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Minors

MINORS

All defendants 16 years of age or younger who have cases in this court are required to appear before the judge with a parent or legal guardian on the day and time listed on your summons; arrive 30 minutes prior to the scheduled arraignment, to allow time to check in with the clerk at the front window.

On alcohol related charges, anyone from 17-20 years of age must appear in person within 10 business days of receiving their citation.

Court hours: Monday 8:30 am to 6:00 pm Thursday thru Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Link to Teen Court


RIGHT TO AN EXPUNCTION

Expunction fee is $30, or Under Chapter 55 is $100.
(Expunction Petitions are located on the main Municipal Court page)

ALCOHOL BEVERAGE CODE CASES
For violations under the Alcohol Beverage Code (alcohol cases in which the defendant is a minor, under the age of 21), the defendant can receive an expunction when the defendant is 21 and the case is dismissed or the conviction is complete. The cost is $30.

ALL OTHER NON-TRAFFIC CASES
For all other non-traffic cases when the case is dismissed by deferred disposition, and six months have passed since the date of the arrest or citation, the defendant can receive an expunction with a filing fee of $100 under Chapter 55 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

JUVENILES
Article 45.0216, C.C.P. provides that a child who is at least 10 years of age and under age 17 and has only been convicted of one fine-only offense described in Section 8.07 (a)(4) and (5) of the Penal Code, may apply to the court in which he or she was convicted, to have the conviction expunged. Section 8.07, P.C. is that the statute that provides for the age affecting criminal responsibility. Subsections 8.07(a) (4) and (5) include penal ordinance offenses and fine-only Penal Code offenses. The request must be in writing and made under oath. It must contain a statement that the person was not convicted while a child of any offense described by Subsections 8.07(a)(4) or (5), P.C. other than the offense the person seeks to have expunged. If the court finds that the person was not convicted of any other offense described by those subsections while a child, the court shall order the conviction, together with the complaint, verdict, sentence, prosecutorial and law enforcement records, and any other documents relating to the offense expunged.

HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE
Individuals convicted of a tobacco offense may apply to the court to have the conviction expunged.

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