- Municipal Court
- Teen Court
Cedar Park Municipal Court Teen Court accepts volunteer applications throughout the year, subject to availability. To be eligible to volunteer, you must be between the ages of 14 and 18 and attending school, and have your parent's permission before signing up. Print and fill out the Teen Court Volunteer Application and return via email, fax to 512-259-9796 or drop it off at the Cedar Park Municipal Court, located at
911 Quest Parkway
Cedar Park, TX 78613
- What is Teen Court?
Teen Court is an alternative sentencing program that provides you the opportunity to keep the charges off of your criminal and/or traffic record. During the teen court hearing, you will be represented by a volunteer teen attorney and a sentence will be imposed by a jury of your peers under the guidance of a Municipal Court Judge.
View the Teen Court Brochure (PDF) to learn more.
- Am I eligible to have my case heard in Teen Court?
The answer is yes in most cases, if the following criteria are met:
- Plead guilty or no contest (nolo contendere) in open court with a parent present, to a Class C misdemeanor
- You are between the ages of 10 and 18, or currently enrolled full-time in a program to receive a high school degree
- You have not been a defendant in Teen Court in the past year
- How do I request my case be heard in Teen Court?
Requests to have your case heard by a Teen Court jury must be made before the Judge in a hearing in open court.
- What are the benefits of having my case heard in Teen Court?
Upon successful completion of the Teen Court requirements, the case is dismissed. A conviction is not entered on the defendant's record. Payment of $20 teen court fee plus court costs are paid instead of the fine in full.