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NOTICE:     IN-PERSON ARRAIGNMENT DOCKET FOR 9-15-2020 WILL BE CONDUCTED IN 52ND DISTRICT COURTROOM, 2ND FLOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE.


John R. Lee, County Court at Law Judge

Coryell County Courthouse
First Floor
620 East Main Street
Gatesville, Texas 76528

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday
This office is closed for lunch from 12 – 1 p.m.

Barbara Burson, Court Reporter / Court Coordinator
Phone: 254-865-5911 ext. 2227 Fax: 254-865-7958

Email: ccl_coordinator@coryellcounty.org

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  • CRITICAL COURT INFORMATION

    NEW EMERGENCY ORDER ISSUED BY SUPREME COURT UNTIL MAY 8, 2020

    All parties are encouraged to contact their attorney for information regarding their specific case.  All self-represented litigants are encouraged to contact by email the court coordinator of their specific court regarding their specific case.

    ******COVID NOTICE****** 
    VULNERABLE POPULATION NOTICE

    IF YOU ARE OVER AGE 65 OR AN INDIVIDUAL WITH SERIOUS UNDERLYING HEALTH CONDITIONS, SUCH AS HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE, DIABETES, OBESITY, ASTHMA, AND THOSE WHOSE IMMUNE SYSTEMS ARE COMPROMISED SUCH AS BY CHEMOTHERAPY FOR CANCER OR OTHER CONDITIONS REQUIRING SUCH THERAPY, YOU ARE CONSIDERED TO BE IN THE VULNERABLE POPULATION.
    IF YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF IN THE VULNERABLE POPULATION PLEASE CONTACT THE COURT HEARING YOUR CASE TO RECEIVE ACCOMODATIONS

The County Court at Law of Coryell County has jurisdiction over all causes of action and proceedings, civil and criminal, original and appellate, as prescribed by statute in Section 25.003 and Section 25.0522, Texas Government Code. Generally, the Coryell County Court at Law has jurisdiction over probate matters, family law which includes, divorces, child custody determinations, child support, termination of parental rights, adoptions, juveniles, protective orders, mental commitments, misdemeanors, and civil suits in which the amount in controversy is more than $500, but does not exceed $200,000, excluding interest, statutory or punitive damages and penalties, and attorney’s fees and costs, as alleged on the face of the petition.

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