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Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace

Judge Raymond DeLeon

405 E. Market St.
Lockhart, TX 78644

Phone: 512-398-1841
Fax: 512-398-1837

Office Hours: 8:30-12:00; Closed for lunch 12:00-1:00; 1:00-5:00

 

Staff: Leticia Nino

Chief Court Clerk

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or mail a Cashier's Check or Money Order

If DPS/OMNI hold go to: www.texasfailuretoappear.com to Search for case closed

You must enter a Plea to the court in writing
Telephone calls DO NOT constitute as an appearance

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OCA Appointments & Fees Report
SEPTEMBER 2017

Civil Forms:
Debt Claim
Eviction
Small Claims
Repairs and Remedy
Occupational License Petition

Criminal Forms:
Justice of the Peace Letter and Schedule of Fines
Justice of the Peace Letter and Schedule of fines for Commercial Vehicles
Sheriffs’ and Constables’ Fees (Citation/Service/Writs)
Affidavit of Indigence

After a recent decision filed on February 5, 2019 by Texas Court of Appeals for the 14th Judicial District, the Time Payment fee is now $2.50 instead of $25.00

Note: Lockhart Municipal Court Information if you received a citation by the local police department:

Judge Frank Coggins
1914 W. San Antonio St.
Lockhart, TX 78644
512-376-9469

JUDGE RAYMOND D. DELEON

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 4 CALDWELL COUNTY, TEXAS

405 East Market St. Lockhart, Texas 78644

Phone (512)398-1841

Fax (512)398-1837

To: All Attorneys and Litigants

With an effort to reopen the courts you will notice certain safety measures that have been implemented in and around the JP 4 building located at 405 E. Market Street Lockhart, TX 78644. These measures are to protect those individuals that must come to this building to conduct business and the individuals that work here. The safety measures are consistent with local public health guidelines which include social distancing measures and cleaning procedures to name a couple.

To provide the needed attention to the court's dockets, scheduling of cases may be set at  differing times throughout the day to reduce the volume of people in the courtroom and the rest of this building. If you are scheduled to be in court at a specific time please be on time and ready. Since dockets may be only an hour apart from each other (i.e. one docket starting at 9, the next docket at 10 and so on) it is imperative to be on time and ready to avoid large numbers of people in and around the courtrooms.

IF YOU OR YOUR CLIENT FEEL THAT YOU ARE A VULNERABLE PERSON SUSCEPTIBLE TO CONTRACTING THE CORONAVIRUS, PLEASE CALL THE COURT. INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE OVER AGE 65 AND INDIVIDUALS 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 ARE CONSIDERED TO BE VULNERABLE POPULATIONS. ACCOMMODATIONS TO THOSE THAT ARE VULNERABLE WILL BE MADE ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS, BUT PLEASE CONTACT THE COURT.

Additionally, it is encouraged that all individuals coming to our building wear a protective face covering for not only your health but also for those that work at the courthouse.

If you have any questions, please call 1-512-398-1841.

Respectfully,

Judge Raymond D. De Leon

Justice of the Peace Pct.4

Caldwell County, Texas