E-Court Appearance

"Municipal Court E-Court Tutorial"

What is E-Court?

E-Court Appearance allows defendants to dispose of eligible cases (see the following eligibility requirements) via a video conference with the judge through the use of Zoom either on your computer or mobile device.  You can access court proceedings via live stream on Youtube.  Please click here to access the live streaming of court sessions.

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  1. Municipal Court


    Physical Address
    107 W Juan Linn Street
    Victoria, TX 77901

    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 1758
    Victoria, TX 77902

    Phone: 361-485-3050
    Fax: 361-485-3065

    Hours


    Monday through Friday
    8 am to 5 pm


E-Court Information
  1. Things to Remember
  2. Eligibility
  3. Technology Requirements
  • Virtual Courtrooms are the same as Actual Courtrooms and the same rules and procedures apply.
  • If you do not follow the Rules of Courtroom Conduct, you will be removed from the virtual courtroom until you comply.
  • Proper clothing is strictly enforced - Inappropriate clothing or attire will not be permitted. The E-Court Dress Code is the same as if you were appearing in person in the courtroom.
  • Avoid background noise and distractions – Make sure your environment is most favorable to attend court by video. Turn off and put away other devices (T.V., radio, etc.) so you can give your full attention to the proceedings.
  • Do not record these proceedings.
  • Show proper respect for the process – this is a formal proceeding. The judge and court personnel will be respectful to you. You are expected to be respectful in return.
Meeting Information
  1. Scheduled E-Court
  2. Open E-Court

All cases are now set for in-person dockets. If you would like to appear for your docket through the E-Court platform, you must notify the court that you are choosing to appear remotely instead of in-person. You may attend remotely by following the link below for your scheduled appearance: 



PLEASE NOTE: While the Court will make every effort to dispose of your case(s) via E-Court, unfortunately, that may not be possible in all circumstances.