The Ovilla Municipal Court is a Court of Record and has the responsibility for all Class C complaints and tickets, docketing and processing charges filed by citizens, law enforcement personnel and the City’s animal/code officer.
Collecting fines, answering questions from the public, preparing reports to the state and processing warrants and capias’ are among other responsibilities of the court.
The court is staffed with one full-time court clerk and one judge, who is appointed by the City Council. Scott Kurth is the Presiding Judge for the Ovilla Municipal Court and Jessica Foresman is the Ovilla Court Clerk.
Kaleb Smith with Nichols, Jackson, Dillard, Hager & Smith, L. L. P., performs the duties of Prosecuting Attorney on a part-time basis for the city. The court bailiffs are police officers assigned by the Ovilla Police Department.
The Court Docket is heard on the last Thursday of each month beginning at 6:00 pm. Trials are held as needed.
How to Resolve Your Citation
In certain circumstances, you may resolve your citation prior to your court date.