Traffic Ticket Lawyers in Alvin
The Kubosh Law firm handles traffic tickets, code violations and misdemeanor defense in the Alvin Municipal Court.
There are things you can do to directly address the ticket. You may have a hearing or pursue other programs that can reduce the consequences.
Contact our attorneys to learn more and to begin your defense.
What Are My Options If I Receive a Traffic Ticket in Alvin Municipal Court?
If you receive a traffic ticket in Alvin Municipal Court, the options vary based on the type of ticket and your situation. Possibilities are:
- Pay the ticket, accept all the penalties and have the consequences on your record
- Ask the attorney representing the city to dismiss the charges
- Go to trial and seek a finding of not guilty
- Pursue a defense on constitutional grounds
- Receive a deferred disposition that keeps the ticket off your record
- Attend a driving safety course
- Negotiate a plea resolution to lesser consequences
The right thing to do depends on a lot of factors. As your Alvin traffic ticket defense lawyers, one of the ways we help you is to evaluate all the options and guide you to the best decision in your case.
Can I get a court-appointed attorney for an Alvin Municipal Court case?
No. The municipal court hears primarily class C misdemeanors, so the court will not appoint you an attorney. However, you can hire your own lawyer.
If I’m a parent, can I represent my child at their hearing?
No. A parent cannot represent a child in an Alvin Municipal Court hearing. An attorney can represent them.
What to do in Alvin
Alvin is a city southeast of Houston. It is the oldest incorporated settlement in Brazoria County. It has a population of 26,474. The town takes its name from Alvin Morgan, an early resident.
Baseball Hall of Fame member Nolan Ryan grew up in Alvin. There is a museum and foundation in his honor at Alvin Community College.
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Contact Info for Alvin Municipal Court
Alvin Municipal Court
216 West Sealy Street
Alvin, Texas 77511
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The Alvin Municipal Court is located at Alvin City Hall. It is a brown brick building with street-level parking.
Monday-Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Judge of the Alvin Municipal Court
Who is the Judge of the City of Alvin Municipal Court?
Mo Ghuneim, Presiding Judge
Mo Ghuneim has held the role of presiding judge of the Alvin Municipal Court since 2019. Judge Ghuneim is a graduate of the University of Houston Law Center and the University of Houston. If you have a case in the Alvin Municipal Court, there is a good chance he will hear your case.
Who do I contact at the Alvin Municipal Court?
Contacts at the Alvin Municipal Court are:
- Sonya Cates – Court Administrator
- Samantha Maddox – Deputy Court Administrator
- Maria Rodriguez – Deputy Court Clerk
- Stacy Hernandez – Deputy Court Clerk/Juvenile Case Manager
- Patrick Moore – Warrant Investigator
About the Alvin Municipal Court
Is court in-person in Alvin Municipal Court?
Some people may qualify to have their initial hearing virtually. You must have the technology to conduct the hearing online. You can follow the instructions on the court website to request an online hearing.
Can you watch the Alvin Municipal Court online?
Yes. Alvin Municipal Court hearings are broadcasted live on the court website.
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Fight a Traffic Ticket in Alvin Municipal Court
When you need to fight a traffic ticket in Alvin Municipal Court, the Kubosh Law attorneys are here to help. It’s our goal to get you results for a fair price.
Don’t wonder if you took care of your ticket in the best way. Don’t live with the anxiety. Our experienced professionals work to get your ticket thrown out or reduced.
Contact us to talk about your case. There are short deadlines for certain defenses and programs, so don’t wait. With Kubosh Law, your case is in good hands. Call or message us today.
Contact Information for Justice of the Peace Precinct 3, Place 1
260 George St. Ste. 100
Alvin, Texas 77511
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The office may be closed on holidays
Brazoria County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3, Place 1 is located at George Street and S. Hood Street. Also, S. Gordon St./T-35 is the major road that runs through the town.
Note: The City of Alvin also operates a Municipal Court in Alvin, Texas. Be sure you know which court is hearing your case, so that you go to the right building. The two courts are 7/10 of a mile apart. The court information should be written on your ticket.
The Brazoria County JP 3-1 court building has a stone veneer and large windows. There is a white sign that identifies the building as the Justice of the Peace building. The courtroom is on the first floor. Parking is available on-site.
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