The pdf document above shows the most recent update & signed order from
Judge Cone regarding office operations at the guidance of the
Office of Court Administration & the State of Texas
Regarding all hearings, court dates & required extensions.
The court is located at 4260 Sausage Lane, Chappell Hill, Texas 77426.
Office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 12 Noon and 1:00 PM until 3:30 PM.
We are closed on weekends and holidays.
There may be times when the office is closed during normal operating hours due to court & hearings, continuing education, Inquests, magistration, etc. These are out of our control & completely unpredictable.
We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.
We highly recommend to contact our office prior to appearing in our office if you are traveling from a distance so that we can advise you of any potential office closures due to court, meetings, etc.
Please read your courtesy letter (the additional piece of paper you received with your citation) BEFORE
you call the office. Due to high call volume and limited staffing, If you call our office from a long distance number - meaning you call from the Houston, Dallas, Austin area or even out of state, we will not be able to return your call. We can only return local, in our area calls. For your convenience, you may also email our office for information. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or send the Court a text message to (979)836-5008.
Either option will allow you to obtain the information you are requesting.
The Chief Justice Clerk of this Court nor the Judge are attorney's, therefore it is against the law for us to give you legal advice of any kind from this office. If you are requesting legal advice or have questions regarding certain laws, you will be forwarded to an attorney of your choice for the necessary information.
THIS IS THE LAW AND THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS!
If you are a party to a suit in Precinct Two, please review the court's code of conduct.
You may call the Court at (979) 836-5008, if you have any questions.
Juveniles 16 years and under must present their pleas before the judge and MUST have a parent or
legal guardian present. Please contact the Court for scheduling.