CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — UPDATE, Jan. 3rd, 2022: The City of Corpus Christi Municipal Court will be adding additional jury trials and ordinance pretrials in January and February. These hearings will be held at the American Bank Center, 1901 Shoreline Boulevard.
The following dockets will be held as noted:
- Jury Trials - January 10 to 14, 2022
- Ordinance Pretrials - January 18 to 21, 2022
- Regular Traffic and State Law Pretrial - January 31 to February 4, 2022
- Ordinance Pretrials - February 7 to 11, 2022
Warrant for arrests will be issued to all who fail to appear.
Additionally, a warrant roundup will be held in February 2022.
Again, all participants will be encouraged to consider COVID protocols to include social distancing and the use of face coverings. Hand sanitizer and gloves will be provided upon request.
As we reported, Nueces County Courthouse is moving back to digital hearings. This decision does not affect the City of Corpus Christi Municipal court, which will continue holding in-person hearings at this time.
Dec. 3rd, 2021: The City of Corpus Christi Municipal Court will begin in-person hearings to include bench trials (trials by a judge) and walk-in trials starting Monday, December 6, at 120 North Chaparral Street. Arrest warrants will be issued for those who fail to appear.
Beginning Monday, December 13, Municipal Court will also begin in-person high-volume pre-trials, show cause, and bond dockets.
Additionally, jury trials will be held from December 13 through December 17 at the American Bank Center. Beginning in January 2022, in-person jury trials will be held on a regular basis.
Additionally, a warrant round-up will be held in February 2022.
All participants will be encouraged to consider COVID protocols to include social distancing and the use of face covering. Hand sanitizer and gloves will be provided upon request.
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