Justice Center Operations
COVID-19 Justice Center Operating Status
Updated August 3, 2021:
- Face coverings required in courtrooms
- Social Distancing required throughout building
- Courtroom capacity limited to allow for social distancing
Williamson County Justice Center
Whether you are visiting this site because you have been summoned to serve as a juror, or you are an attorney representing your client, or you are a party for a case being heard in the Justice Center, we welcome you!
Over the past year, Williamson County has been quite successful in transitioning to virtual operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are very sensitive to the health concerns created by COVID-19, and because of this, the Judges at the Justice Center will continue to conduct Court business via video whenever possible. However, as our community gradually reopens, the Justice Center is also beginning to expand in-person operations. Please continue reading for details on procedures at the Williamson County Justice Center and other information you may find helpful.
Stay safe, and be well!
Justice Center Operating Plan
Effective August 2, 2021, the Local Administrative District Judge adopted the Fourth Revised Operating Plan (PDF). This plan governs operations at the Justice Center, including rules related to in-person hearings and jury trials. Counsel are urged to review and retain a copy of the plan and of the Quick Reference Guide (PDF), which summarizes the key elements of the Operating Plan.