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ATTENTION: The City of Corpus Christi Municipal Court is open to the public from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, and all hearings and trials are now held in-person. 


Vulnerable Populations

If you are over age 65 or have a serious underlying health condition, such as high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma, or you have an immune system compromised by chemotherapy for cancer or other conditions requiring therapy, please contact the court by calling 361-826-2500 to discuss alternate accommodations to resolve your case.


Municipal Court Remote Hearings:

Municipal Court Virtual hearings are open to the public via YouTube. Below is the information needed to view the hearings. 

Instructions on Videoconference Remote Proceedings »

If you have a question about your case or would like to speak to a judge, call the court at (361) 826-2500 and ask to be placed on the “walk-in” docket.


Remote Proceedings

If you are scheduled to a remote proceeding, you and any witnesses that you would like to attend MUST use a computer to join the WebEx meeting. If you or any of your witnesses do not have access to a computer contact the Court or the Public Library two weeks prior to your hearing or as soon as possible.

To reserve a computer at the Court call 361-826-2500 or email at or

To reserve a computer at the Corpus Christi Main Public Library call 361-826-7055 Monday through Friday, between 10 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.

Instructions on Videoconference Remote Proceedings »


We are available to assist citizens who need to contact us via the following methods:

Pay online or request Defensive Driving online:

By mail or drop box:
Corpus Christi Municipal Court
120 N Chaparral Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78401

Now Offering Payment By Phone!
1(866) 299-7084

By Email:

Call the Office: 361-826-2500



  • NEW warrants will be issued.
  • All EXISTING warrants will continue to be active.
    • If you have questions about warrants, please call us at (361) 826-2500


The City of Corpus Christi Municipal Court is open to the public. The Municipal Court encourages all members of the public to resolve their case online, by email, mail or by phone without appearing in person. Visit our online payment system to pay your citation online without having to appear in court. You may also contact the court via telephone, email or regular mail.


If you have a question(s) about your case you may contact the juvenile case manager’s office at 361-826-4012.


All attorneys may use the following email address to communicate with the court to resolve citations:


The City Detention Center continues to operate normally.