Online Court Proceedings:
The 506th Judicial District Court has established
a YouTube channel for purposes of providing access to the open courts, as required by the U.S. and Texas Constitutions. The
URL for that site is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfkNDgFYbleoWepEyPrqa1g?view_as=subscriber
The Court's channel will only be live during posted dockets, hearings, and other court proceedings.
You may contact the Court Coordinator for the times of any such proceedings. See the special instructions below for participating
in online court proceedings.
Court Operating Plans Required by Order of the Supreme Court of Texas
Court Operating Plans for both Grimes County and Waller County have been ordered
by the Supreme Court of Texas, through the Office of Court Administration. In both counties, the plan was staffed through
each of the trial judges in the county, the County Sheriff, the County Judge, the Office of Emergency Managment, Maintenance
Operations, and Security. Following that, the plans were submitted to the Local Health Authority for the Texas Department
of State Health Services for each county. The plans for both counties have been approved by the respective authorities for
each county and have been submitted for filing with the Office of Court Administration.
Grimes County Trial Courts Operating Plan
Waller County Trial Courts Operating Plan
Click on the headings below for the described Orders.
Extension and Renewal of Prior Emergency Orders of the 506th Judicial District Court of Grimes County & Waller County
506th District Court Emergency Orders for Grimes & Waller Counties (Amended & Extended)
506th District Court Online Court Proceedings; Civil & Tax Case Procedures
506th District Court Online Court Proceedings; Criminal Hearings & Plea Procedures
Grimes County Trial Courts Bonding Procedures (2nd Amended)
Waller County District Court Bonding Procedures (Extended)
Grimes County 506th District Court Appearances through July 1, 2020
Waller County 506th District Court Appearances through July 1, 2020
506th District Court COVID-19 Notice to Vulnerable Individuals
Expunctions and Non-Disclosure Matters:
If there is no opposition to the Expunction or Non-Disclosure, use the procedures included on this website. Find it here.
If there is opposition to the Expunction or Non-Disclosure, and after all statutory notices have
been given and the time has run, Applicant shall submit the matter to the Court on a 10-day Notice of Submission, with notice
to all responding parties as provided by law or Rule. Click here for submission guidelines.