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Presiding Judge and Prosecutor

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College Station Municipal Court has one Presiding Judge:

Edward J. Spillane III, Presiding Municipal Judge

The duties of the presiding Municipal Court Judge include: preside over jury and bench trials; issue/ process (subpoenas, summonses, warrants, capias, capias pro fines, and attachments) to compel the attendance of persons as witnesses and parents of juveniles and to compel the appearance of defendant in municipal court; grant continuances in cases where sufficient cause is shown that a case should be postponed; conduct indigent hearings; keep and maintain a docket containing each case filed and the court action taken; rule on motions for new trials; prepare or assist in the reporting of all traffic convictions to the Texas Department of Public Safety; and serve as a magistrate of the State of Texas.

Municipal Court Prosecutor:

David Purnell

The prosecutor is responsible for enforcing applicable state law and municipal ordinances by prosecuting all cases in which the municipal court has jurisdiction. The prosecutor's duties entail case investigation; filing charges through the preparation of complaints; discussing pending cases with defendants or their counsel; and ultimately, presenting the state's case before the court.

Contact Information

College Station Municipal CourtP.O. Box 9960300 Krenek Tap RoadCollege Station, TX 77842979.764.3683
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