The Converse Municipal Court is a court of record and handles all class C misdemeanor traffic and City Ordinance violations written by Converse Police, Animal Control, and Code Enforcement Departments.
Municipal Court is held the 1ST, 2ND, & 4TH Wednesday of each month. Check in begins at 1 P.M. and Court starts at 2 P.M. You must appear on your scheduled court date, which is printed on your citation, in order to appear before the judge. If you are not scheduled for the court docket you will not be able to enter to the courtroom.
COVID -19 At this time we are unable to hold in-person court proceedings or Trials. Court will be held by telephonic hearings. You will still have your court date that is issued to you on your citation, however you will be called between 12pm -5pm on your set date to speak with the Judge or Prosecutor. Please make sure that the information on your citation is correct, we will call the number on the citation and mail a notice to the address listed.
Warrants issued by the City of Converse can be paid by mail or in person or online. Money order, Credit/Debit Card or Cash accepted in person. Money Orders only for fines that are mailed in. Fines with payment can be made out to:
City of Converse Warrant Department
406 S. Seguin Rd.
Converse, TX 78019
The Ed J. Kneupper Justice Center is dedicated to the late Ed J. Kneupper who served as the first mayor of Converse from 1961-1971. The Justice Center houses the Municipal Court Sessions, City Council chambers, and Police and Emergency Dispatch services.