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Jones County Court at Law

Jones County

Learn the virtual court procedures, who you need to contact, and more about the Jones County Court at Law.

Guide Overview

County Courts at Law hear civil cases where the amount in controversy is $500-$25,000, eminent domain cases, protective orders under Texas Family Code chapter 71, class A or B misdemeanor criminal offenses, and appeals of: 

  • Final rulings and decisions of the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission, 

  • State Office of Administrative Hearings concerning Administrative License Revocations. 

Texas Law Help is working with courts around the state to provide you with accurate information. To help improve upon the information that is available, please leave any comments or recommendations in this Virtual Court Content Survey.   

Research Tips

Read our articles on Zoom and how to use it to prepare for your hearing. You should also read the following documents uploaded by the County Clerk: 

Common questions about Jones County

Where is the courthouse?  

The Jones County Court is in the Jones County Courthouse at: 

100 Courthouse Square, Anson, TX 79501 

Phone: (325) 823-3762 

You can read How to E-File to learn about E-Filing.  

Contact the court to learn more about upcoming dockets.  

Instructions & Forms

Honorable Judge Dale Spurgin 

100 Courthouse Square 

Anson, TX 79501  
Phone: (325) 823-3762 

This information is current as of April 6, 2023. 

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
No N/A Contact the court for any exceptions.

You can visit Jones County Court at Law’s webpage for the most up-to-date information.  

All documents you want to file with the court must be filed with the Court Clerk’s Office through e-filing, in person, fax, or by mail. Contact the County Clerk’s Office with any questions at (325) 823-3762 

Contact the court clerk to schedule a hearing in this court. 

Yes. Depending on the complexity of the matter, the court will use its discretion to permit virtual hearings. 

Court staff will contact you after the hearing is set with instructions for the hearing, including how evidence is submitted and presented to the court.  

Contact the court for more information regarding virtual jury trials.

Possibly. Contact the court if you have concerns. The court will decide whether to allow virtual testimony upon request. 

If you have any questions concerning your case or court procedures, contact the Court at (325) 823-3741 or by emailing

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