- Municipal Court
Welcome to the Anna Municipal Court.
Options for handling your ticket
- Pay your fine
- Request Deferred Disposition
- Defensive Driving Course (DSC)
- Appear before the Court for a trial by judge or jury
Consequences of ignoring a citation
Failure to complete one of the options above on or before the response date on the citation will result in:
- A warrant being issued for your arrest at which time the fine amount will be the maximum allowed by law PLUS Court costs and fees.
- A request to the Texas Department of Public Safety for the denial of driver license renewal.
A telephone call does not constitute a response. Inability to pay a fine is not an excuse for failure to answer.
Please note juvenile offenses (ages 10-16) must appear in person with a parent or legal guardian for a court hearing.
If your fine is not listed on fine schedule, call the court for the fee associated with your citation.
The City of Anna Municipal Court hears cases that are Class C misdemeanor violations and have penalties that are fine only. Jury service usually lasts one day. View FAQ about Jury duty.
About the Municipal Court
The City of Anna Municipal Court interprets and adjudicates applicable state laws and supports the local community by providing efficient and effective services through the promotion of justice. The City of Anna Municipal Court is responsible for the disposition of Class C misdemeanors and other state and city ordinance violations which are punishable by fine only.
This Municipal Court:
- Processes complaints and violations filed with the Court
- Responds to requests for information from the public
- Collects fines and fees
- Schedules court appearances
- Conducts trials by jury
- Issues warrants of arrest
- Provides fair and impartial justice to all who appear before the Court Jurisdiction
The City of Anna Municipal Court has jurisdiction over Class C Misdemeanor criminal cases, including traffic violations, for which the maximum fine, upon conviction does not exceed $500 (not including state court costs), and for which no jail sentence may be assessed. The Court also hears cases involving violation of City ordinances, which may have fines up to $2,000 (not including state court costs) for certain offenses.