The Liberty County Court at Law hears:
» Class A & B misdemeanor criminal cases
» Felony juvenile criminal cases
» Justice of the Peace appeals
» Ad valorem tax cases
» Eminent domain cases
» Family violence protective order cases
» Contested or complex probate matters
» Pro se divorce cases
» Any other civil case filed with the County Clerk and within the Court's jurisdiction
Rules and Settings:
» See the attached calendar for help.
» Generally, the Court will hear your case as soon as the law allows.
» Please do not attempt to discuss your case or issue with the Judge; he cannot
discuss matters that are pending or that may come before him.
» Use your common sense and good manners in the courtroom.
Please dress and act appropriately.
- If necessary, essential hearings may be held via Zoom and live-streamed on the Liberty County Court at Law You Tube Channel or in the courtroom, per Texas Supreme Court/Texas Court of Criminal Appeals requirements. Essential proceedings include, but are not limited to, temporary restraining orders/temporary injunctions, juvenile detention hearings, and family violence protective orders.
- The Court is now scheduling non-essential civil hearings, including, if necessary, via Zoom and live-stream, if the parties have the technology available. All that is needed is a microphone/camera in a computer, laptop, iPad, tablet, or smart phone. Zoom also supports hearings with landline phones or non-video cell phones. No download or training is necessary.
- The Court continues to be available by phone or email. If you have any questions, please call 936-336-4662.