Municipal Court

Mission Statement 
The mission of the Municipal Court is to impartially administer justice in a fair and efficient manner while providing a high level of professionalism and customer service to the citizens of Taylor.       

Citation Information
Check your citation to see when you are scheduled to appear in court. The next court date will be on November 16, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. If you are unsure of your court date you may contact the court . You may make arrangements before your court date. Juveniles (under age 17) must appear in court with a parent or guardian.
Dress Code
November 16, 2017 Court Docket
November 17, 2017 Court Docket

 Payment Options
In lieu of an appearance you may pay your citation. Payments can be made online, in the drop box on the right side of the building, by phone (512)-352-5977, in person or by mail to 109 W. 5th Street Taylor, Tx 76574.

Arraignment Options
You may request one of the following options during arraignment:

                • Driving Safety Course (DSC)
                • Deferred Disposition
                • Payment Plan
                • 30-Day Extension
                • Payments made prior to arraignment
                • Trial Procedure

                            Some options may not apply depending on the charge.
                                                             Deferred Disposition
To request deferred disposition, you must appear on your court date. This request must be made with the Prosecutor. After taking a plea of Guilty or No Contest, the court sets the fine and defers disposition of the case to allow the defendant to complete the terms set by the Judge. At the end of the deferral period, the court enters a final disposition. For more information, contact the Municipal Court.

                                                            Request a Payment Plan
For payment arrangements, you must come in person on or before your court date. You will need to fill out an Application of Income. For more information,  contact the Municipal Court.  
Application of Income
                                                                      Plea Options
No Contest 
- You are not stating you are Guilty but you are not contesting the charge(s) and you are taking responsibility for them. 
Guilty - You are stating that you committed the crime.
Not Guilty - You are contesting the charge(s) in your case and the State must prove the charges against you. You will be given the opportunity to request either a bench trial or a jury trial. Your case will then be reset to the nearest trial date.
  Plea Forms - English
  Plea Forms - Spanish