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 typically held a few Wednesdays of each month. You may check-in for court in person 30 minutes before the time noted on your citation and court begins when the Judge takes the bench. In order to appear before the Judge, defendantsmust appear on your scheduled court date, which is printed on the citation under the signature line. If a person is not scheduled on the court docket they will not be able to appear.
COVID -19 court PROCEDURES
Court proceedings are currently being held over Zoom. You may contact the court to confirm your date and time to appear. Beginning 03/01/2023, court hearings will only be conducted in-person at 402 S. Seguin rd. Converse, TX 78109. Please make sure the contact information on the citation is correct. To update a phone number, address, or email please contact the court at (210) 658-8021 prior to the court date. Defendant's name will be called 3 times, failure to appear can result in a warrant being issued for your arrest.
The 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 Department.