CITY OF LAKE WORTH MUNICIPAL COURT OF RECORD
Presiding Judge Associate Judge
William "Bill" Lane Craig Magnuson
3805 Adam Grubb
Lake Worth, Texas 76135
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
From I-820 Exit Jacksboro Hwy W (S.H .199). At the forth stop light, Telephone Road, turn left. The first street on the left will be Adam Grubb, turn right. We are the second building on the right, Lake Worth Police Department and City Hall.
The Lake Worth Municipal Court is a Court of Record. Cases filed with the Court include traffic violations, Class C misdemeanors, violations of City ordinances, and parking violations that are punishable by fine only. The maximum fine (not including Court costs) are as follows:
Traffic violations $200
City Ordinance violations $200
Class C Penal Code violations $500
Certain City Ordinance Violations $2000
The clerks of the court cannot give legal advise to defendants. You may consult with or hire an attorney if you wish to have an attorney represent you. You are not required to have an attorney. The court is not required by law to provide you an attorney if you can not afford one.
Each violation has a predetermined fine and court cost amount. This amount may be increased or decreased due to the circumstances surrounding each case. Fine amounts may only be changed by the Judge.
COMMON VIOLATION FEES
Court Costs and Fee are subject to change at any time. Please call to verify your fine amount.
|Speeding 10-15 mph over
|Speeding 16-20 mph over
|Speeding 21+ mph over
|Disregard Stop Sign
|Disregard Signal Light (Red Light)
|No Seatbelt - Driver
|Child Not In A Seatbelt (under 16)
|Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibilty
|No Valid Driver's License
|Expired Driver's License
|Failed to Yield Right of Way
PAY YOUR CITATION HERE!
The Municipal Court accepts all major credit/debit cards to pay your traffic fines or warrants in full in the office, online, or by phone. Click on the link below or call 1-855-796-5763 to process a payment 24 hours a day. There will be a 5% convenience fee added to pay by phone or online. You will need to have your citation number to process a payment. If you wish to pay by credit/debit in the office, the cardholder must be present with valid identification for a clerk to process your payment. There will be a 3.5% convenience fee added to pay in the office.