Heather Spivey, Municipal Court Clerk | 254-859-5964 | Fax: (254) 859-5779 | Spanish Interpretor Available (Esther Moreno)
Honorable Judge Kevin R. Madison, Municipal Judge
143 WIlcox Dr. # A
Eddy, Texas 76524
Court is held twice a month on Thursdays, please see “On or Before Date” on Citation or call our office for Court Dates. Our Court Session hours are: 9:00 am till Court is adjourned at 11:00 am. The Municipal Court Judge is Honorable Kevin R. Madison. The court has a dress code. The Judge will not hear cases if dress code is not adhered to. Court costs, fine amounts, and information about Driver Safety Course can also be found online. Driver Safety Courses are only available to drivers who have not taken a course within the last twelve(12) months, cannot have a CDL(commercial drivers license), and cannot be in a construction zone with workers present nor have exceeded the posted speed limit by 25 mph. Court does offer Deferred Disposition(see court forms). Court does offer a payment plan, or a thirty(30) day extension(see Reply Form). Payment plan carries an additional charge of $25.00. City of Bruceville-Eddy, Texas does not take messages for the Municipal Court Judge. He is a circuit court judge and is only available on Thursday at above stated time. PLEASE NOTE: that the Judge and Court staff cannot discuss the merits of pending judicial proceedings prior to trial and cannot give you legal advice. A TELEPHONE CALL DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN APPEARANCE. Your appearance HAS TO BE: (1) IN PERSON; (2) VIA CERTIFIED MAIL, OR by AN ATTORNEY.
Accident reports are $10.00 each and can be obtain at http://www.policereports.us/ Police reports are $10.00 each and can be paid for online in the payment center link.
If you are financially unable to pay your fine or court costs fully, in one payment, there are other options, such as time-payment plans and community service hours instead of paying the fine and court costs. You can set up a time to see the judge and give him sworn testimony regarding your financial situation. In certain situations of extreme financial hardship, the judge may reduce the fine and court costs or eliminate them completely, depending on the severity of your financial situation.