|Krugerville Municipal Court
Presiding Judge, David P. Moore
|The Krugerville Municipal Court includes the Judge, Bailiff, Clerk and Deputy
Clerk sharing the same goal:
To Provide Fair and Impartial Justice
to All Who Comes Before the Court.
Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
(Closed from 12-1:00 p.m.)
The Municipal Court Office is located at:
5097 Highway 377 South
Krugerville, TX 76227
Call (940) 365-5833
Fax (940) 365-5834
You may enter one of three pleas in Municipal Court. Guilty, No Contest or Not
Guilty - you admit that you committed the unlawful act and you have no excuse
or Defense for your act.
No Contest - you do not contest the charge(s) against you. This plea cannot
be used against you in pending/future civil litigation resulting from your
Not Guilty - you deny any guilt of the offense and have a defense in your
case. Upon entering this plea, you must request either a jury or a bench trial
(trial before the Judge). Your case will be set for trial and you or your attorney
will be notified by letter. You do not have to be represented by an attorney,
but it is your responsibility to seek legal advice or services.
|PAYMENT OF FINES & PAYMENT PLANS
To pay the fine in full, simply enter a plea of guilty or no contest. If you are
mailing your plea and payment, it must be paid by or postmarked prior to the
court date indicated on the front of the citation above officer's signature. If you
are unable to pay the fine, you may request a payment plan. If you need more
than 30 days to pay the balance, the State requires the Court to add an
additional $25.00 to the total amount due. You must make the payments as
indicated on the payment agreement, failure to do so will result in the issuance
of a warrant for your arrest.
Method of payments: Cash, money order, personal check (The Court will not
accept payment with check if you are paying a warrant) Mail all payments and
(Physical address & Mailing Address)
Krugerville Municipal Court
5097 Highway 377
Krugerville, Texas 76227
The Court does accept Visa, Master Card, and Discover; However, there is a
7% processing fee which will be charged on all credit card payments. You may
also pay your citation online by visiting www.ctipayments.com.
Deferrals are probationary periods ranging from 0-180 days. This time frame
is set by the Judge. Deferred can be requested for any violation you wish to
keep off of your record. If you complete the probationary period without
receiving another similar citation within the State, the violation will not be
reported as part of your record. As part of the Judgment, you must pay the
fine, court costs, and a deferral fee $50.00.
|DRIVER'S SAFETY COURSE
A driver's safety course is a 6-8 hour course that can be taken in a class
session, via Internet, or home video. If the fee of $107.00 is paid and the
course is taken within the mandated time frame, the Court will not report the
violation as part of your driving record once the Court receives the certificate
of completion. In order to be eligible for a driver's safety course, defendants
should not have completed the course within the past 12 months, not currently
taking the Course, not going over 25 MPH over the post speed limit, must
have a valid Texas driver's license and proof of insurance.
To make a request for a driver's safety course:
1. You must enter a plea of guilty or no contest "request driver's safety
2. Also provide the Court with a copy of Driver's License and proof of
3. Pay the $107.00 fee.
You have 90 days from the day of request to provide the court with certificate
of completion of the course and a copy of your driving record from the Texas
Department of Public Safety.
Until final disposition of your case, please notify the Court if your address,
phone number, or place of employment changes.
The Court will allow only one continuance. Your request must be made at least
24 hours prior to the scheduled Court date. A $15.00 reset fee will be added
to your balance if you are granted a continuance. The clerk will inform you of
the next available Court date.
MUNICIPAL COURT DRESS CODE
Proper attire required in courtroom:
In order to maintain order and uphold
the dignity and decorum of the judicial
branch of our government, rules of
conduct and dress for litigants,
counsel, witnesses, court staff, and
spectators will ensure that persons in
the courtroom do not obstruct or
interfere with the orderly transaction of
court business nor degrade or insult
the dignity of the judicial proceedings,
judicial officers, witnesses, and others
in the courtroom.
Shirts and shoes must be worn in
the courtroom, and prohibited
• Hats or caps must be removed;
• Heavily soiled work clothing;
• Bare-midriff outfits, cut-offs, halter
tops, muscle shirts;
• Shorts (permitted for juveniles or if
part of a company's dress code);
• Tank tops, undershirts, see-through
• Swimsuits, lingerie;
• Athletic uniforms, hats, helmets;
• Theatrical costumes, face-paint; and
• Clothing emblazoned with obscene
words, images, or messages
contemptuous or disrespectful of the
Electronic devices, cell phones,
pagers, etc. must be TURNED OFF.
All packages, purses, briefcases, etc.
are subject to search by bailiff at any
Individuals causing distractions or
disruptions are subject to removal from
COURT SAFETY AND SECURITY
When you come to Krugerville
Municipal Court, you will need to go
through a security screening that will
include the following:
Scanned by a hand-held metal
Brief cases, handbags, or packages
will be searched;
Baby carriers and strollers checked
by a hand-held metal detector; and
Cell phones and pagers inspected
and shall be turned OFF during
Weapons of any kind are strictly
prohibited. If you bring a weapon(s)
into the Municipal Court building, you
will be asked to take it out to your
vehicle. The officer will not hold the
weapon(s) until your court business is
You may not bring the following items
into the court building:
Guns, ammunition, or explosive
Box cutters, utility blades, or razor
Knives, of any sort, including pocket
Mace or pepper spray; or
Any other item that security officers
believe would compromise the security
and safety of the building.
(See also Penal Code, Sec.30.06
concerning concealed hand guns.)