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2024 Jury Trial Schedule

The District Courts have released the 2024 Jury Trial Schedule. This includes trial dates for all District Courts and the COVID Impact Court.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Prior to filing a Docket Control Order, please reach out to the respective Court's administrator to obtain setting approval and other hearing dates that may accompany a jury trial setting.

Pursuant to the Local Rules of Court, the Standing Order Regarding Children, Property, and Conduct of Parties applies to any divorce suit or suit affecting the parent-child relationship.

The revised Standing Order may be accessed at this link.  

The Standing Order was revised effective 11/1/23 to reflect changes in legislation (see Section 2.7.  

Video Participation in Hearings

The District Courts have the capacity to support video participation in court proceedings.  This must be approved in advance by the Court and is limited to certain circumstances.  Counsel should notify the Court as soon as they are aware of the need to have a participant appear via video.


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Represented parties (parties with a lawyer) should not attempt to contact the Court, except through their attorney.

The 26th District Court hears civil and criminal cases and presides over the Felony Mental Health Docket.

The 277th District Court hears criminal and juvenile cases and presides over the Transformative Justice Program.

The 368th District Court hears civil and criminal cases and presides over the Felony DWI Court Program.

395th District Court
Judge Ryan Larson

The 395th District Court hears civil, child welfare (CPS), and family cases and presides over the Family Recovery Court (FRC) program.

The 425th District Court hears civil, child welfare (CPS), and family cases and presides over cases in the Family Recovery Court program.  

The 480th District Court hears civil, child welfare (CPS), and family cases.  

DCA is an administrative office that provides operational, technical, and administrative support to the courts. Staff manage various programs on behalf of the District Court judiciary with the goal of ensuring efficient, effective access to justice in Williamson County.


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    405 Martin Luther King Street
    Georgetown, TX 78626


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The Williamson County Public Judicial Records Website contains information about all cases pending in the District Courts (except those that are restricted by law).  This includes court assignment and court date (if set).