Cedar Park Municipal Court
911 Quest Pkwy
Cedar Park, TX 78613

  Florence Municipal Court
106 S. Patterson Ave.
P.O. Box 430
Florence, TX 76527
  Georgetown Municipal Court
101 E. 7th. St.
P.O. Box 1424
Georgetown, TX 78627
  Granger Municipal Court
P.O. Box 367
Granger, TX 76530

  Hutto Municipal Court
401 W. Front St.
Hutto, TX 78634
  Jarrell Municipal Court
P.O. Box 828
Jarrell, TX 76537
  Leander Municipal Court
200 W. Willis St.
Leander, TX 78641
  Liberty Hill Municipal Court
14262 West Hwy 29
Liberty Hill, TX 78642
  Round Rock Municipal Court
301 W. Bagdad Ave. #120
Round Rock, TX 78664
  Taylor Municipal Court
109 W. 5th St.
Taylor, TX 76574
  Thrall Municipal Court
P.O. Box 346
Thrall, TX 76578
  Justice of the Peace
Precinct 1
Hon. Dain Johnson
211 Commerce Blvd. #106
Round Rock, TX 78664
  Justice of the Peace
Precinct 2
Hon. Edna Staudt
350 Discovery Blvd. #204
Cedar Park, TX 78613
  Justice of the Peace
Precinct 3
Hon. Steve Benton
301 SE. Inner Loop #103
Georgetown, TX 78626
  Justice of the Peace
Precinct 4
Hon. Judy Scheir Hobbs
211 W. 6th St.
Taylor, TX 76574
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  • Williamson County drivers are encouraged to complete a TX Approved Traffic Safety Course at least every three years. Our official TX Defensive Driving Website provides Williamson County drivers with everything they need to become a better driver, dismiss a traffic ticket and earn up to a 10% insurance discount. Regardless of age, our Williamson defensive driving courses can be completed by most licensed drivers who meet very basic qualifications. We are committed to making drivers in the County of Williamson better drivers, including Cedar Park, Florence, Georgetown, Granger, Hutto, Jarrell, Leander, Libery Hill, Round Rock, Taylor and Thrall.

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  • If you are pulled over in Williamson Texas for a traffic violation, a Williamson Texas law enforcement officer will likely issue you a citation. On your citation you will find contact information for the Williamson Texas court overseeing your traffic violation. Whether you would like to protest the violation in court or simply pay your fine, you must contact the Williamson Texas court and disclose your decision within ten day of being issued your citation, or risk heavier fines and other penalties. Should you choose to simply pay the fine, the Williamson Texas court will be able to tell you over the phone what payment methods you can use, as each Texas county differs with regard to credit cards, cash and other forms of accepted payment. In some case, if your violation is severe or you are under the age of 18, the Williamson Texas court may inform you that your appearance in court is required. In that event, your court date will likely be on the citation. If not, ask the court when you phone in.

    Thankfully, the Texas Education Agency allows Williamson County drivers to attend a driver safety program, including online defensive driving programs such as those offered by 1SafeDriver.com, in order to have as much as one ticker per year removed from their Texas Department of Public Safety driving record. In order to receive this beneficial treatment, you must obtain permission from the Williamson Texas court overseeing your violation. The Williamson Texas court's approval will depend on factors such as the amount of tickets already on your driving record and the number of times you have already attended driver safety school or participated in a defensive driving program. If it appears you have not learned enough from traffic school to be a safe driver after several times, a Williamson Texas court may deprive you of another opportunity. Further, if your offense is of an extreme nature, such as leaving the scene of an accident, a court will likely not grant you this privilege.

    If you are given such an opportunity, however, a Williamson Texas online defensive driving program will remove the underlying offense from your Texas driving record, not only preventing you from accumulating points that could result in your license being suspended, but also preventing possible redundant conviction surcharges and the costs of getting your driving privileges reinstated.
  • If you are found guilty or plead guilty to a traffic violation, including if you simply pay the fine, you are likely to receive points against your Texas driving record based on the Texas Responsibility Program. While some violation, such as speeding by less than ten percent of the posted speed limit, are exempt from point accumulation, nearly all other violations follow a simple formula. If you have incurred a traffic citation for a violation, the Texas Department of Public Safety will assess two points against your driving record. If your violation has resulted in an accident, three points are attached to your Texas driver record. These points will also be attached if you obtain a citation in another state that would have resulted in points being placed on your record had it been received in Texas.

    In addition, if your violation is for driving under the influence, failing to obtain proper insurance driving without a proper license, you are likely to be subject to annual fines, called, "Conviction Based Surcharges," for each of the three years the offense remains on your driving record. Thus, if you are pulled over and are found to be driving without insurance, you will be fined three times for the single offense, in addition to points being assessed against your Texas driving record.

    Suspension of Texas Driving Privileges

    Once you have amassed six points on your record within a three year timeframe, the Texas Department of Public Safety will suspend your Texas driving privileges. Even if you have managed to avoid the point accumulation but have obtained four traffic violations in a year, or seven in two years, your Texas driving privileges will also be suspended. if you are a juvenile driver under the age of 18, just two traffic violations in one year will result in a temporary suspension of your Texas driving privileges. Again, these violations will include any citations you received outside the state. In addition to the costs of living without your driving privileges, the court fees and possible Conviction Based Surcharged that go along with certain traffic citations on your Texas driver record, you are likely to incur significant fines associated with getting your license reinstated. It is in your best interest and the best interests of your pocketbook that you avoid accumulating traffic violations on your Texas driver record.

    Looking for Williamson County specific information? We strongly recommend that you visit the Williamson County Official Website for information on Williamson driving, Williamson County traffic, the Williamson police department, Williamson CNTY news, politics, and everything else Williamson County related. The official Williamson Website has questions and answers for Williamson County residents and can be found at: The Williamson County Official Website
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