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Municipal Court

The Katy Municipal Court is responsible for handing an individual who has been charged with an offense which is within the jurisdiction of the City of Katy. Such individuals must make an appearance in person or by mail within 10 working days after the date on your citation. A telephone call does not constitute an appearance and will not prevent the issuance of a warrant.

PLEASE NOTE: The Katy Municipal Court does NOT handle DBAs, vehicle registrations, title transfers, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses or divorces. You well need to contact your County Court to handle those types of cases. For driver’s license renewals, driving permits, etc., you will need to contact a DPS Office.


Court Procedures

City of Katy Municipal Court
5432 Franz Road
Katy Texas 77493
Phone: 281-391-4810
Payments: 800-444-1187
Fax: 281-391-4845


Municipal Court Judge
Judge Jeffrey Brashear

Judge Jeffrey Brashear obtained his Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law and his Bachelor of Science in Business Management with secondary concentrations in Finance and Psychology from Liberty University. Judge Brashear is a lifetime member of his legal Honors fraternity Phi Delta Phi. Judge Brashear was a Guardian Ad Litem for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Duval County, Florida and received Pro Bono Honors while attending law school. Judge Brashear is a United States Naval Veteran with over eight years experience defending the United States in several countries. He worked with the Navy Legal Service Office Southeast on tort claims and with the Trial Service Office Southeast office as an elite member of the prosecution team. Judge Brashear has handled a wide variety of legal issues including: wills and estate drafting, criminal defense, civil litigation, divorce, child custody, child support, child visitation, taxes, constitutional issues, personal injury issues, business and contract issues. Judge Brashear was raised in Katy, Texas and graduated from Katy High School. Since his active duty service in the United States Navy, Judge Brashear has moved back to his roots in Katy to raise his family. He is a member in good standing with the American Bar Association, The State Bar of Texas, The Texas Young Lawyers Association, The Houston Bar Association, The Houston Young Lawyers Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.


Municipal Court Clerk
Faviola Rodriguez

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