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Rosenberg Municipal Court has general jurisdiction over all misdemeanor offenses and Municipal Code violations committed within the city limits and as allowed by law within the extra territorial jurisdiction of the City of Rosenberg that are punishable by fine only.
Rosenberg Municipal Court
Physical Address: 2110 4th Street, Rosenberg, Texas,
Mailing address: P.O. Box 32, Rosenberg, Texas 77471
Phone: (832) 595-3450
Fax: (832) 595-3451
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Regular Court Sessions
Rosenberg Municipal Court has regular court on Tuesdays at 9:00 a.m.
Check-in: 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Bench trials and jury trials are usually scheduled for the third Wednesday of each month.
Show Cause Hearings are usually scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month.
Rosenberg Municipal Court Dockets
Court dates are scheduled for every Tuesday. There are several types of cases set for court dockets: arraignments, bond hearings, bench trials, jury trials, juveniles, show causes, extensions, initial appearances, etc.
Appointments and Fees Report
The public has access to self-help resources, as directed under Texas Senate Bill 1911, effective September 1, 2017.
Contact with the Court
It is improper for the Judge to discuss the merits of any case with anyone. The Judge will not discuss or comment on the merits of a case except during regular court sessions and then only in strict accordance with the Rules of Criminal Procedure and Code of Judicial Conduct.
Appearances and Rescheduling Court Appearances
Your appearance date appears on the Citation you were given.
If you do not appear in Court on or before the appearance date, a charge of Failure to Appear will be filed and a Failure to Appear Warrant for your arrest will be issued without notice to you. There is no “grace period” after the appearance date shown on the Citation.
If you are not able to appear in Court on or before the appearance date shown on the Citation, the Court routinely grants one reset of up to thirty days.
ALL APPEARANCE RESETS MUST BE IN WRITING, SIGNED BY THE DEFENDANT, AND FILED AND APPROVED BY THE COURT BEFORE THE APPEARANCE DATE.
YOU CANNOT RESET A CASE BY PHONE.
Failure to obtain from the Court a signed written reset order, may result in the reset being denied. For good cause shown, resets for longer than thirty (30) days or subsequent resets may be granted by the Judge; however, you must appear before the appearance date in person before the Judge during a regular Court session to request the reset. If you fail to appear on or before the date and time set in a reset order, a charge of Failure to Appear will immediately be filed and a Failure to Appear Warrant for your arrest will be issued without notice to you.
Municipal Court Judge
Lucilo A. Jimenez H.