The Bridge City Municipal Court is the Judicial Branch of the governing body of the City of Bridge City. The Court follows procedures provided by statue to afford all Court participants the rights guaranteed them under the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Texas. The Bridge City Municipal Court handles all Class C misdemeanors filed in our court which include all traffic citations, municipal ordinance infractions, juvenile school violations, and violations of State law for which the punishment is by fine only.
- Presiding Judge: The Honorable Bill Dixon
- Associate Judge: The Honorable Ida Schossow
- Prosecuting Attorney: Paul M. Fukuda
View guidelines for court appearances and arraignments.
State law defines a juvenile as a person who is at least 10 years of age, but younger than 17 years of age, who is charged with a criminal offense.
Learn more about the various ways you can make payments to the Bridge City Municipal Court.
A citation or complaint may be satisfied by paying in full, appearing before the Judge for pay options, entering a plea of Not Guilty with case set for trial, or requesting one of the following options.
Find out what proceedings occur prior to and during a trial.
Once warrants have been issued, they will remain outstanding until paid in full or arrangements have been made with the Judge. Find out what to do if you have an outstanding warrant.