The Ingram Municipal Court is responsible for the adjudication of Class C misdemeanor offenses; including offenses under the Transportation Code, Penal Code, Education Code, Health and Safety Code, Alcoholic Beverage Code and violations of the City ordinances. The judiciary is made up of a Presiding Judge. The Judge presides over all initial appearance dockets, show cause dockets, pretrial hearings, bench trials and jury trials. The Judge serves as a magistrate.
Deliver Payments to:
230 HWY 39
Ingram, Texas 78025
Make checks and money orders payable to the City of Ingram. The after-hours drop box is located in the front of the building.
If you are unable to pay a fine in full, you may call the municipal clerk and ask to be put on a payment plan. A fee of $25.00 will be added to each case paid by payment plan (per TX Local Govt. Code § 133.103). This fee will be added to the total due for each case that is not paid in full within thirty (30) days from the date the Judgment is entered.
Pay with credit, debit or prepaid debit cards at https://certifiedpayments.net/index.aspx?BureauCode=8613012
All payments by credit, debit or prepaid debit cards will incur a service processing fee.
If you are indigent and unable to pay a fine, you may ask the Court to order you to complete Community Service in lieu of paying the fine.
PAY BY PHONE
To pay by phone you will need to enter 3693329 when prompted to enter the "Bureau Code". Your first and last name will be the "Reference Number".
You must plea GUILTY or NOLO CONTENDERE to use this option.
If paying the ticket is your option, determine the proper amount of the fine and fees by calling the Ingram Municipal Court.
We will not send you a receipt unless you include a self addressed stamped envelope with your remittance.
If you need credit card instructions or need to make a partial payment as part of an installment "payment plan" call 830.367.5115.
Eligibility for DSC is based on several factors including the violation, your age, and your ability to meet the requirements. If you meet the requirements below, you will be required to upload a copy of your valid Texas driver’s license and current insurance. If you do not meet the requirements or are not eligible to complete the request online, this option will not be available to you through this site. You may be eligible to request DSC in person, by mail, or email. You may contact the Court to inquire about eligibility or for other options.
Requirements for requesting DSC:
To begin the process for requesting DSC:
No Exceptions! These laws are statutory and cannot be ignored or altered.
If you meet all of the above requirements submit to the Ingram Municipal Court the following:
After sending to the Ingram Municipal Court all that the court requires, immediately send a copy of the form DR-1 (Application for Copy of Driver Record) with $10.00 to the address on the form. This will prove you are qualified concerning your driving record.
Mail the DR-1 and $10.00 to:
Texas Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 149008
Austin, Texas 78714-9008
*Make the money order payable to: Texas Department of Public Safety
Once you have taken the course you will be awarded a certificate. Take the copy marked "Court" and mail it to 230 Hwy 39, Ingram TX 78025. You should retain your copy and may use the insurance copy in a manner appropriate to you.
You have 90 days (no extensions!) to submit to the Court the certificate awarded you upon completion of the course. This time is counted from the date we receive your written request to take the course. If you do not complete the course and submit the certificate within the 90 days allowed, you will most likely lose your privilege to take the course. (You cannot take a drivers safety course if your ticket is fro a school zone.)
- You are entitled to a trial in Ingram Municipal Court in the same manner as any other court. You must download the response sheet and plea "Not Guilty". This option is only for you to tell us that you want a trial.
- You are entitled to a trial by a six-member jury. Your request for a jury trial will be processed rapidly and you should expect notice of the trial setting very shortly. There may be a pretrial date set so that pretrial motions can be processed before the date of the trial.
- You may have your case heard before the judge. The notice of Court date will be mailed to the address you provide either on the ticket or on the reply form you submit with your plea.
If you need counsel to determine your best course in replying to the traffic summons you have been issued, you should seek out and obtain qualified legal counsel. We will not be legally or ethically able to assist you.
First look over options two and three. (Again if necessary)
In extreme situations, there may be a remedy called a "Deferred Disposition under Chapter 45, Article 45.051 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure". It involves some very extenuating circumstances that the Court cannot talk about EX-PARTE [or without both parties (The Defendant and the State's Attorney) being together at the same time.]
A Driving Safety Course is a deferred disposition now. Check out Option two for more information.
You may also contact the Ingram City Prosecutor:
Ingram City Hall
Ingram, Texas 78025
Honorable Ryan Henry
Ingram Municipal Court Judge
Municipal Court Clerk
When making a payment by Cashier's Check or Money Order,
make payable to:
City of Ingram Municipal Court
230 Hwy. 39
Ingram, Texas 7802
Please call 830-367-5115 for further information.