Municipal Court strives to provide efficient and effective services through the promotion of justice.
To provide the citizens of Corpus Christi, Texas with a fair and impartial court of law by interpreting and adjudicating applicable state laws and city ordinances.
- Our service delivery provides case resolution through the judicial process, including its enforcement.
- Court services are delivered in an efficient and effective manner based on mutual trust, dignity, safety, and respect.
To continue these commitments and offer courteous customer service to the citizens.
To be recognized as one of the best courts in the State of Texas.
The City of Corpus Christi Municipal Court is a Court of Record.
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If you need assistance in Spanish or another language other than English, we have available interpreters or qualified telephone interpreters.
Si necesita ayuda en español o en otro idioma que no sea inglés, tenemos intérpretes disponibles o intérpretes telefónicos calificados.
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Municipal Court Services
For Citations or Summons
RULES OF CONDUCT AND COURT DECORUM FOR THE CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI MUNICIPAL COURT
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Municipal Court is divided into two distinct departments: The Judicial Department, led by Judge Gail Loeb, Presiding Judge for the Municipal Court, and the Administration Department led by Gilbert
Municipal Court Leadership
GAIL LOEB, PRESIDING JUDGE
Judge Gail Loeb was appointed to serve as the Presiding Judge for the Municipal Court in February 2015 by Corpus Christi City Council. Prior to joining the Municipal Court, Judge Loeb worked with the Nueces County District Attorney’s Office for over 22 years. During her tenure there she was appointed Felony Chief then First Assistant.
Board Certified in Criminal Law since December 1997, Judge Loeb received her Juris Doctorate degree from Thomas Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. She also earned her Bachelors of Science degree from Russell Sage College in Troy, New York, in accounting and economics.
GILBERT HERNANDEZ, DIRECTOR MUNICIPAL COURT SERVICES
Gilbert Hernandez was appointed as the Municipal Court Services Director for the City of Corpus Christi, Texas on July 11, 2016. His work history includes two years as the Court Administrator for the City of McKinney, and 15 years for the City of Fort Worth Municipal Court.
Mr. Hernandez was born in El Paso, Texas. He attended Western New Mexico University where he studied music. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix and a Masters in Management from Texas Wesleyan University.