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Juveniles are defined as persons 16 years of age or younger. Minors are persons 21 years of age or younger in alcohol-related offenses, and 18 years of age or younger in tobacco-related offenses. All juvenile offenders are required by State law to appear before the Judge, in open court, accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. A minor is also required to appear in court, with a parent or legal guardian, if he or she is 21 years of age or younger and charged with an alcohol-related violation. The court will automatically mail notice of the date, time, and location for court appearance. The notice will be mailed to the address on the front of the citation that was issued to the juvenile or minor. DO NOT mail the fine payment.

Attendance at juvenile hearings is restricted, due to seating and court capacity. Only juvenile offenders, and the offender’s parent or legal guardian, are allowed in the courtroom during juvenile proceedings, unless additional seating is available. Although younger siblings are permitted, the court reserves the right to remove any child who is disruptive to the court proceedings.

Benbrook Municipal Court - Administration
911 Winscott
Benbrook, Texas 76126

Stephanie Stevens
Municipal Court Manager
Ph: 817-249-3000 x6101

Melissa Trammell
Deputy Court Clerk
Ph: 817-249-3000 x6131

Alan Bowling
Municipal Court Judge

Steve Alcorn
Municipal Court Prosecutor

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