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Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace
Jon Stevens

101 West Main
Ste. 130
Madisonville, Texas 77864

Phone: 936-348-5151   Fax:  936-348-3989

Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace
Lew Plotts, Jr.

101 West Main
Ste 130
Madisonville, Texas 77864

Phone: 936-348-5151   Fax:  936-348-3989


Please refer questions by email to jp@madisoncountytx.org

  Traffic/Citation  
   
  Payment must be submitted with Plea form
 
     
  Payment accepted by the Court

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  Plea of NOT-Guilty
 
     
  Request Forms
 
     
  Helpful websites concerning Driver Licenses

Online World of Suspensions
www.texasfailuretoappear.com
 
     
  Civil
 
     
  Filing fee – Contact Justice of the Peace office Clerk

 
  Eviction Petition
 
  An eviction case is a lawsuit brought to recover possession of real property, often by a landlord against a tenant. A claim for rent may be joined with an eviction case if the amount of rent due and unpaid is not more than $10,000, including costs and attorney fees, if any. Eviction cases are governed by Rules 500-507 and 510 of Part V of the Rules of Civil Procedure. To the extent of any conflict between Rule 510 and the rest of Part V, Rule 510 applies.
 
     
  Small Claim Petition
 
  A small claims case is a lawsuit brought for the recovery of money damages, civil penalties, or personal property. The claim can be for no more than $10,000 excluding statutory interest and court costs but including attorney fees, if any. Small claims cases are governed by Rules 500-507 of Part V of the Rules of Civil Procedure.
 
     
  Repair and Remedy Petition
 
  A repair and remedy case is a lawsuit brought to seek judicial remedy for the alleged failure of a landlord to remedy or repair a condition as required by Chapter 92 of the Texas Property Code. The relief sought can be no more than $10,000, excluding statutory interest and court costs but including attorney fees, if any. Repair and remedy cases are governed by Rules 500-507 and 509 of Part V of the Rules of Civil Procedure. To the extent of any conflict between Rule 509 and the rest of Part V, Rule 509 applies.
 
     
  Debt Claim Petition
 
  A debt claim case is a lawsuit brought to recover a debt by an assignee of a claim, a debt collector or collection agency, a financial institution, or a person or entity primarily engaged in the business of lending money at interest. The claim can be for no more than $10,000 in damages, excluding statutory interest and court costs but including attorney fees, if any. Debt claim cases in justice court are governed by Rules 500-507 and 508 of Part V of the Rules of Civil Procedure. To the extent of any conflict between Rule 508 and the rest of Part V, Rule 508 applies.
 
     

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