The County Clerk serves as the Clerk of the Court for the County Courts at Law handling misdemeanor cases in Montgomery County. These courts hear Class A and B misdemeanor offenses such as DWIs, thefts and assaults. In Montgomery County, these courts are:
County Court at Law No. 1 Click Here to be taken to CCL1 website.
County Court at Law No. 4 Click Here to be taken to CCL4 website.
County Court at Law No. 5 Click Here to be taken to CCL5 website.
The Misdemeanor Records Division of the Clerk’s Office records information from these courts and provides administrative support through the issuance of warrants, summons, subpoenas, and commitments. Felony information is located in the District Clerk’s Office.
For case information, including court dates, click here: http://odyssey.mctx.org/County/Search.aspx?ID=100
You can find your balance here: http://odyssey.mctx.org/County/default.aspx
If you need information on delinquencies or installment payments, contact the Collections Department at 936-538-8197.
Fines and Fees:
For information on fines and fees, click here: https://www.txcourts.gov/media/1445511/county-clerks-misdemeanor-conviction-court-cost-chart.pdf
Additionally, County Court at Law No. 2 hears applications for Occupational Driver’s Licenses. Click Here for more information.
The County Courts at Law DO NOT hear traffic tickets. You can find information on which court has your ticket by calling 1-800-686-0570 or visiting one of these websites:
Click Here for information on jury service.
Indigent Defense/Court Appointed Attorneys:
Click Here for information on indigent defense and court appointed attorneys.
Petition for Nondisclosures:
The Office of Court Administration has provided an overview of who is qualified to file a Non-Disclosure and instructions on how to file one. Please click on the link below that will take you to their forms page for the required documents and instructions.
Link to Non-Disclosure: http://www.txcourts.gov/rules-forms/orders-of-nondisclosure/
The Sheriff's Office provides a Warrants Search page:
Criminal History Records Search:
The County Clerk does not perform criminal history records check. You can obtain these through Texas Department of Public Safety. For more information, see their website:
Military recruiters are entitled to copies of the DPS criminal history records check. You can find the DPS form here: http://www.dps.texas.gov/internetforms/Forms/CR-64.pdf