23rd District Court

Jurisdictions


The 23rd Judicial District court is a limited jurisdiction court serving the City of Taylor. The Court has jurisdiction over criminal misdemeanors, civil cases in which the amount in dispute is $25,000 or less, parking violations, traffic violations, ordinance violations, civil infractions, landlord-tenant disputes, and small claims matters. In addition, the Court has initial jurisdiction on criminal felony cases for the purpose of determining probable cause.

Court Location


The 23rd District Court is located at 23365 Goddard Road, which is 3 1/2 blocks east of Telegraph Road and approximately 2 miles west of Pelham Road. From the I-94 freeway take the Telegraph Road south exit. Goddard Road is located approximately 3 miles south of the I-94 freeway.

Security / Screening


All persons entering the Courthouse will proceed through security. Cell phones are not permitted.
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