Argyle Municipal Court of Record No. 1

*UPDATED: July 1, 2020

COVID-19 NOTICE 

Effective July 2, 2020, The Argyle Municipal Court will close to the public again due to the continued rise in COVID-19 cases. Court staff is in office and here to assist you by phone at 940-464-7255 or by email at court@argyletx.com. During this time, court payments can be made online: https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/argyletx or by mail at P.O. BOX 609 Argyle, TX 76226.

All deadlines were extended until JUNE 30th, 2020 for the following items:

  1. Appearance dates for citations received during March, April, and May.
  2. Payment due dates
  3. Discovery requests and response dates
  4. Deadlines for submitting driver safety courses certificates, driving records, tobacco course certificates, proof of community service hours and alcohol education courses.
  5. Compliance dismissal such as expired registration and expired driver’s license.

If you have not contacted the court regarding this, please do so as soon as possible.

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Virtual E-Court using Zoom software - In an effort to begin conducting normal municipal court dockets, court hearings will resume in June through Zoom. Please make sure you have updated the court with your current address, telephone number and email. The court dockets for March, April and May have been canceled but will be reset. E-Court notices will be mailed out the week of May 25th-29th.

In order to attend an E-Court docket, you MUST download the free Zoom app onto your device and create a free account. You MUST use your full legal name and not a "fictitious name or nickname". You CANNOT have someone appear on your behalf unless they are a licensed Texas attorney. You may be asked to provide a Texas Driver’s License number to verify your identity on the date of your virtual court date. Once you have attended E-Court, you MUST contact the Court within 2 business days and arrange for the completion of your paperwork. It is your responsibility to follow up with the Court. **Note: if you are requesting time to pay, deferred disposition or the driver’s safety course, you may do so by contacting the court clerk’s office at 940-464-7255 and do not need to appear for E-Court.


Mission 

The mission of the Argyle Municipal Court is to fairly and impartially administer justice while providing excellent customer service. 

Municipal Courts are the judicial branch of city government and part of the state’s judicial system. Municipal Courts hear Class C misdemeanor cases such as traffic violations as well as ordinance violation including fire safety, public health, sanitation, and zoning ordinances.

Holidays

The Argyle Municipal Court observes the same HOLIDAYS and CLOSURES as Town Hall.