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Travis County Civil District Courts

Travis County

Learn the virtual court procedures, who you need to contact, and more about the Travis County Civil District Courts.
Overview

Guide Overview

Civil District Courts hear all family and civil law issues including divorce cases, custody issues, child support, child abuse and neglect (involving the Department of Family and Protective Services, or CPS) cases, cases involving title to land, and civil matters where the amount of money or damages involved is $200 or more.

This guide contains information on all the District Courts, Associate Courts, and the Travis County Child Support (IV-D) Court.

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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 Travis County Court Administrator:

Common questions about Travis County

The Travis County Civil and Family Courts are in the new Travis County Civil and Family Courts Facility at 1700 Guadalupe Street, Austin, Texas, 78701.

The mailing address is P.O. Box 679003, Austin, Texas 78767-9003.

Phone: (512) 854-9457

Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

You can use the Travis County Online Case Information search available on the District Clerk's webpage.

You can read the article How to E-File and use the guide I want to electronically file (e-file) my documents to learn about e-filing.

You can also read more about E-Filing on the District Clerk's webpage.

The Travis County Civil District Courts provide a sample Notice of Zoom Haring form you can use to write your own notice on their website.

Instructions & Forms

The Travis County Model Court for Children and Families is a multidisciplinary community initiative to facilitate systemic improvement of the court and child welfare systems. The work of this Model Court is focused on promoting successful outcomes for children and families in Travis County who are involved in civil suits filed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services as a result of findings of child abuse or neglect.

Child Protective Services cases are heard by the 126th District Judge Aurora Martinez Jones and Associate Judge Leigh Mathews Rodriguez.

126th District Court
Honorable Aurora Martinez Jones
1700 Guadalupe Street
7th floor–7B
Austin, Texas 78701

Associate CPS Court
Honorable Leigh Mathews Rodriguez
1700 Guadalupe Street
7th floor–7A
Austin, Texas 78701

Judicial Executive Assistants:

April Morton—April.Morton@traviscountytx.gov; (512) 854-5965

Felice Garcia—Felice.Garcia@traviscountytx.gov; (512) 854-9870

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using?

Are there any exceptions?

No. Zoom. Yes. You must provide notice to the court and get court approval for a virtual appearance. Contact your attorney, caseworker, or the court with any questions.
Mondays Contested evidentiary hearings.
Tuesdays

Associate Judge hears reviews in ongoing conservatorship and court ordered services cases.

District Judge hears new cases.

Wednesdays

Associate Judge hears reviews in ongoing conservatorship and court ordered services cases.

District Judge hears new cases.

Thursdays Judges preside over Travis County Family Drug Treatment Court–Parenting in Recovery program.
Friday

District Judge hears Crossover Program for Dual Status Youth cases.

Associate Judge presides over cases with children in permanent foster care.

The judge hearing the CPS docket will instruct parties on how hearings are set. CPS Court forms, Standing Orders, practices and procedures, and related documents are available on the CPS page of the Travis County Civil District Courts' website.

For general submission docket matters, email CPS.SubmissionDocket@traviscountytx.gov. Be sure to read pages 45–49 of the CPS Courts Practices and Procedures manual before submitting anything. If you have a lawyer, you should not be submitting anything on your own unless directed. If you do not have a lawyer, you should speak to one before filing anything.

Yes. If you want to request a remote hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you need a virtual hearing. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website. Read the CPS Court's Instructions for Participating in Zoom Hearings for more information.

Be sure to read pages 45–49 of the CPS Courts Practices and Procedures manual before filing anything. If you have a lawyer, you should not be submitting anything on your own unless directed. If you do not have a lawyer, you should speak to one before filing anything.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. An agreed request must still be granted by the presiding judge. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning your case, contact the judges through their respective Judicial Executive Assistants. 

126th District Court Associate Court

April Morton

Email: April.Morton@traviscountytx.gov

Phone: (512) 854-5965

Felice Garcia

Email: Felice.Garcia@traviscountytx.gov

Phone: (512) 854-9870

Judicial Aide & Model Court Coordinator Tammy Jitnoom

Tammy.Jitnoom@traviscountytx.gov

 

You can also contact the Court for information about you case by using the My Case Contact Form available on the court's website.

Honorable Mary Ann Morton

1700 Guadalupe Street
6th Floor, Courtroom 6A
Austin, Texas 78701

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1748
Austin, TX 78767

Phone: (512) 854-6453

Watch the Child Support Court's live stream on YouTube.

Child Support Court #19 hears cases that involve child support establishment, enforcement, and paternity cases. The Child Support Courts were created in response to the federal requirement that all states must create an expedited administrative or judicial process to resolve child support cases.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the Child Support Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Coordinator Karen McKnight by phone at (512) 854-6453 or email CSC19@txcourts.gov.

Honorable Maria Cantú Hexsel

1700 Guadalupe Street
8th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9308
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch the 53rd District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024. 

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they on? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 53rd District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions about a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 53.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Rhonda Hurley

Civil and Family Cases
1700 Guadalupe Street
Austin, Texas 78701
Phone: (512) 854-9457

Juvenile Cases
2515 S. Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas 78704
Phone: (512) 854-7063

Watch the 98th District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 1, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 98th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 98.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Aurora Martinez Jones

1700 Guadalupe Street
7th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-5965
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch the 126th Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024. 

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 126th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 126.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Jessica Mangrum

1700 Guadalupe Street
9th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9306
Fax: (512) 854-2224

Watch the 200th Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this Court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 200th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 200.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Amy Clark Meachum

1700 Guadalupe Street
9th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9305
Fax: (512) 854-2268

Watch the 201st Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024. 

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 201st District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 201.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Karin Crump

1700 Guadalupe Street
9th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9312
Fax: (512) 854-2469

Watch the 250th Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 250th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 250.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Daniella DeSeta Lyttle

1700 Guadalupe Street
10th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9309
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch the 261st Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 261st District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 261.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Jan Soifer

1700 Guadalupe Street
10th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9374

Watch the 345th Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 345th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

Additionally, read the 345th Civil District Court's provided Procedures for Remote Hearings and Expectations and Preferences.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

After a hearing has been set in the 345th District Court, you must email the court reporter Michelle Williamson, michelle.williamson@traviscounty.gov, and request a Box link. In this email, you must have all parties and attorneys (if any) and include "Request for Box Link" in the subject line with your case number and date of the hearing.

For more detail, read the 345th's Guidance on Submission of Electronic Documents, Procedures for Remote Hearings, and Expectations and Procedures.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a hearing set in this court, contact the Judicial Executive Assistant, Batool Fatima, by email at Batool.Fatima@traviscountytx.gov.

In the email subject, write "HEARING: cause number, case style, subject matter, and whether or not a record is requested."

Honorable Madeleine Connor

1700 Guadalupe Street
10th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9380
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch the 353rd Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 353rd District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 353.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Catherine A. Mauzy

1700 Guadalupe Street
11th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-4023
Fax: (512) 854-2224

Watch the 419th Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 419th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 419.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Laurie Eiserloh

1700 Guadalupe Street
11th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-5560

Watch the 455th Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?

Yes.

Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 455th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 455.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

Honorable Maya Guerra Gamble

1700 Guadalupe Street
11th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9384
Fax: (512) 854-9338

Watch the 459th Civil District Court's live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

You can visit the 459th District Court's webpage for the most up-to-date information. You can also read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will provide the court's procedures regarding virtual hearings to all parties whose email addresses are on file with the court. The court's procedures will include arrangements for the hearing and how evidence will be submitted to the court.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email 459.Submission@traviscountytx.gov.

1700 Guadalupe Street
10th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9300
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch Judge Andy Hathcock's courtroom live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

Read the First Amended Associate Judges' Procedures for Remote and In-Person Hearings for current procedures. You can also visit Associate Judge Hathcock's webpage for the most up-to-date information.

For more information, read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

Any pleadings, responses, or requests for affirmative relief must be e-filed with the District Clerk. Emailing these documents to the Court is not the same as e-filing them.

For temporary orders hearings, or other hearings where a proposed disposition of issues or proposed support decisions other than those for final orders, must be e-filed at least 48 hours before the hearing.

For final hearings and trials, follow the Travis County Local Rules for deadlines.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will email a link to Box to all attorneys and self-represented litigants after the case is assigned to a particular judge. All exhibits to be offered will need to be pre-marked and uploaded to Box with an exhibit list. Read about how to upload documents to Box if you are unsure.

Read the Associate Judges' Procedures for the rules on how to mark and name exhibits.

All exhibits must be uploaded to Box before the start of the hearing. If there are technical issues, the party wishing to offer exhibits must make sure that all the pre-marked exhibits are emailed to all other parties within the same time frame they should have been uploaded to Box.

When you refer to an exhibit during the hearing, you will share your screen on Zoom. You can only show your pre-marked exhibits uploaded to the Box link or those in the "offered and admitted" folder. If you do not know how to share your screen on Zoom, watch How to Share Your Screen on Zoom.

Any document required to be filed must be filed with the District Clerk's Office.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email TCAJ1.submission@traviscountytx.gov.

1700 Guadalupe Street
9th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9300
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch Judge James L. Arth's courtroom live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of February 23, 2023.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

Read the First Amended Associate Judges' Procedures for Remote and In-Person Hearings for current procedures. You can also visit Associate Judge Arth's webpage for the most up-to-date information.

For more information, read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Any pleadings, responses, or requests for affirmative relief must be e-filed with the District Clerk. Emailing these documents to the Court is not the same as e-filing them.

For temporary orders hearings, or other hearings where a proposed disposition of issues or proposed support decisions other than those for final orders, must be e-filed at least 48 hours before the hearing.

For final hearings and trials, follow the Travis County Local Rules for deadlines.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will email a link to Box to all attorneys and self-represented litigants after the case is assigned to a particular judge. All exhibits to be offered will need to be pre-marked and uploaded to Box with an exhibit list. Read about how to upload documents to Box if you are unsure.

Read the Associate Judges' Procedures for the rules on how to mark and name exhibits.

All exhibits must be uploaded to Box before the start of the hearing. If there are technical issues, the party wishing to offer exhibits must make sure that all the pre-marked exhibits are emailed to all other parties within the same time frame they should have been uploaded to Box.

When you refer to an exhibit during the hearing, you will share your screen on Zoom. You can only show your pre-marked exhibits uploaded to the Box link or those in the "offered and admitted" folder. If you do not know how to share your screen on Zoom, watch How to Share Your Screen on Zoom.

Any document required to be filed must be filed with the District Clerk's Office.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email TCAJ2.submission@traviscountytx.gov.

1700 Guadalupe Street
7th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-2484
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch Judge Leigh Mathews Rodriguez's courtroom live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

Read the First Amended Associate Judges' Procedures for Remote and In-Person Hearings for current procedures. You can also visit Associate Judge Mathews Rodriguez's webpage for the most up-to-date information.

For more information, read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures. 

Any pleadings, responses, or requests for affirmative relief must be e-filed with the District Clerk. Emailing these documents to the Court is not the same as e-filing them.

For temporary orders hearings, or other hearings where a proposed disposition of issues or proposed support decisions other than those for final orders, must be e-filed at least 48 hours before the hearing.

For final hearings and trials, follow the Travis County Local Rules for deadlines.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will email a link to Box to all attorneys and self-represented litigants after the case is assigned to a particular judge. All exhibits to be offered will need to be pre-marked and uploaded to Box with an exhibit list. Read about how to upload documents to Box if you are unsure.

Read the Associate Judges' Procedures for the rules on how to mark and name exhibits.

All exhibits must be uploaded to Box before the start of the hearing. If there are technical issues, the party wishing to offer exhibits must make sure that all the pre-marked exhibits are emailed to all other parties within the same time frame they should have been uploaded to Box.

When you refer to an exhibit during the hearing, you will share your screen on Zoom. You can only show your pre-marked exhibits uploaded to the Box link or those in the "offered and admitted" folder. If you do not know how to share your screen on Zoom, watch How to Share Your Screen on Zoom.

Any document required to be filed must be filed with the District Clerk's Office.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email LMR.submissions@traviscountytx.gov.

1700 Guadalupe Street
8th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512) 854-9300
Fax: (512) 854-9332

Watch Judge Julio A. de la Llata's courtroom live stream on YouTube.

This information is current as of January 3, 2024.

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Yes. Zoom. Yes. All contested hearings and trials are in person unless agreed by the parties or ordered by the judge.

Read the First Amended Associate Judges' Procedures for Remote and In-Person Hearings for current procedures. You can also visit Associate Judge de la Llata's webpage for the most up-to-date information.

For more information, read the Travis County Local Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Decorum and the Travis County Standing Order for Remote Court Proceedings for updated procedures.

Any pleadings, responses, or requests for affirmative relief must be e-filed with the District Clerk. Emailing these documents to the Court is not the same as e-filing them.

For temporary orders hearings, or other hearings where a proposed disposition of issues or proposed support decisions other than those for final orders, must be e-filed at least 48 hours before the hearing.

For final hearings and trials, follow the Travis County Local Rules for deadlines.

To schedule a hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484, email Travis.CivilCourts@traviscountytx.gov, or use the Online Portal.

All settings for the Monday Long Docket and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Short Dockets must be scheduled no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before the announcement period for the case. The deadline for motions for continuance to be heard will be on the Continuance Docket on the Thursday of announcement week for cases to be heard the next week.

Hearings of three hours or less may be scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and for 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays of jury weeks, and 9 a.m. on Fridays of any week.

Read through the Standing Orders for Submission Procedures in Civil and Family Cases to learn more and to make sure you follow the correct procedure.

Yes, but all hearings are already being conducted remotely. If you want to request an in person hearing, you must notify Court Administration when they announce your case that you believe an in person hearing is required. You will need to use the District Courts Ready Announcement Form provided by Court Administration found on their website.

Court staff will email a link to Box to all attorneys and self-represented litigants after the case is assigned to a particular judge. All exhibits to be offered will need to be pre-marked and uploaded to Box with an exhibit list. Read about how to upload documents to Box if you are unsure.

Read the Associate Judges' Procedures for the rules on how to mark and name exhibits.

All exhibits must be uploaded to Box before the start of the hearing. If there are technical issues, the party wishing to offer exhibits must make sure that all the pre-marked exhibits are emailed to all other parties within the same time frame they should have been uploaded to Box.

When you refer to an exhibit during the hearing, you will share your screen on Zoom. You can only show your pre-marked exhibits uploaded to the Box link or those in the "offered and admitted" folder. If you do not know how to share your screen on Zoom, watch How to Share Your Screen on Zoom.

Any document required to be filed must be filed with the District Clerk's Office.

Jury trials are being held in person, but parties can agree to a remote jury trial depending on the availability of court and staff. You can read the Travis County District Court Remote Jury Trial Procedures to learn about how a virtual jury trial would proceed.

Yes. You can request to be allowed to participate virtually if your hearing or trial is set to be in person. You must file a written motion before the announcement period for the trial or hearing. Read Asking to Appear in Court by Video App or Phone to learn how to request this.

If you have any questions concerning a virtual hearing, contact the Court Administrator at (512) 854-2484 or email TCAJ4.submission@traviscountytx.gov.

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