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You must make a written request which includes:
Defendant’s full name/ Date of Birth/ Texas Driver’s License (If available) /Citation or Case Number (If available) Include the requestor’s contact information. Request can only include documents or other information that are already in existence.
Request can be made in one of the following forms:
Court Records Request
Email Court Records
The City of Baytown Municipal CourtAttn: Open Records3120 North Main StreetBaytown, Texas 77521Court Information Records Request
The City of Baytown Municipal Court3120 North Main StreetBaytown, Texas 77521
Please visit our Municipal Court Disposition webpage.
Judicial records are not subject to the Texas Public Information Act. They must be requested directly from the Baytown Municipal Court.
Baytown Municipal Court3120 N Main StreetBaytown, Texas 77521
The Court will "promptly" respond to your request. Requests are generally completed within 10 business days. However, request may exceed the 14 business days depending on the amount of information you have requested.
Costs for Public Information Records are regulated by the Code of Ordinances, City of Baytown, Texas.
Your case may require your appearance to answer to your charge.Defendants must appear in open court for all family violence and juvenile case. You are not able to pay these citations prior to appearing in Court.If you do not have a family violence or juvenile case, please contact the court at 281-427-9511.
While the Baytown Municipal Court cannot give you legal advice we are able to inform you of your options.
Respond to a Citation
You may submit a court continuance request.
You may request a reset the following ways:
The length of court hearings vary based on the number of defendants scheduled to appear on that day and the nature of their case(s).
Yes, the requirements for deferred disposition are based on your age at the time of the violation.
You may view our forms here.