As the local branch of the judicial system, the Pantego Municipal Court come into contact with more defendants than all other Texas courts combined. Therefore, it is our duty to provide fair and impartial justice by promoting the highest standards in customer service, upholding the integrity of the court, and building public trust and confidence.
Mission Statement: We are committed to providing quality customer service to all who appear in the court while we diligently execute the administrative duties of the Municipal Court as set forth by law. We promise to be innovative in creating methods and techniques that allow us to be more responsive to the needs of the public.
Pantego Municipal Court
2600 Miller Lane
Pantego, Texas 76013
(817) 617-3733 Main Line
(817) 617-3757 Metro Line
Hours of Operations
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed for lunch 12:00pm -1:00pm
Ofcr. R.W. Hopkins 710 (817) 617-3735
Ofcr. John Murphy 711 (817) 617-3734
IF THE COURT IS CLOSED DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS, YOUR DUE DATE WILL MOVE TO THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY THAT THE COURT IS OPEN.
All correspondence must be through the US mail, or in person.
Para defendientes necesitando asistencia en espanol, por favor venir a la oficina entre las horas de 1pm-5pm, Lunes a Viernes
Methods of Payment:
Cash, Personal Check, Money Order, Cashier’s Check, Most major credit cards*
* Please note: a $3.99 or 3.5% service charge will be added to credit card payments made in the office
Bill Lane - Presiding Judge
Teresa Evans- Associate Judge/Magistrate
Michael S. Newman- Associate Judge/Magistrate
Craig Magnuson - Prosecutor
Thressa Householder - Municipal Court Administrator
Patricia Medlen - Municipal Court Clerk
Melinda Richardson - P/T Court Clerk
Robert Hopkins - Bailiff/Warrant Officer
John Murphy- Bailiff/Warrant Officer
Conduct/Dress Code for all Court Appearances
No shorts/halter tops/other inappropriate attire
No food, drink, gum
No cell phones, pagers, other electronic devices
No audio/video recordings
All PERSONS AND PACKAGES SUBJECT TO SEARCH
Penal Code 42.05:
A person who intentionally prevents, interferes with or disrupts a lawful meeting by physical action or verbal utterance commits a Class B misdemeanor punishable by fine and jail.