414th District Court

Mission Statement

McLennan County 414th District Court is dedicated to the fair and impartial administration of justice, equality under the law, expeditious and timely resolution of disputes, treating everyone appearing before the Court with respect, wisely stewarding tax dollars; and promptly, professionally, and courteously serving the public in a manner that honors the public’s trust and confidence in the judiciary.


Court Agenda & Jurisdiction

The 414th District Court is a Court of general jurisdiction. Civil and family law cases are assigned to each District Court on a random computer-generated basis.


Jury Trials

Jurors report at 9 a.m. to be assigned to the various courts. Jury trials normally begin on Monday with jury selection at 10 a.m.

    

Court Etiquette

All hearings are open to public. Professional attire is expected in court. No shorts, tank tops, hats, or bare feet are allowed.


Standing Order

The District Judges of McLennan County have entered a Standing Order Regarding Children, Property and Conduct of the Parties (PDF). This order applies to all divorce petitions and suits affecting parent-child relationships, (except AG initiated cases and CPS cases), filed after May 5, 2008.


Documents & Resources


  • 414th District Court Online Docket

    (The Online Docket link will take you to a secondary website hosted outside of the McLennan County Official website. The McLennan County Clerk's Office makes every effort to produce the most accurate information possible.  No warranties, expressed or implied are provided for the data herein, nor it's use or interpretation.)

Settings

Request regarding settings should be directed to the Court Administrators at 254-757-5053.

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