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    Justice of the Peace Court 2
    Arlington Subcourthouse

    Judge Mary Tom Cravens Curnutt

    Judge Mary Tom Cravens Curnutt

    Welcome to the website of your Precinct 2 Justice Court in the heart of historic Downtown Arlington!  As your Judge, I am honored to preside over one of the busiest and most productive courts in all of Texas.  Our Court handles over 15,000 filings annually in areas such as Evictions, Civil Small Claims, Debt Cases, and Class C offenses including Traffic and Failure to Attend School.

    In addition, our Court holds many Administrative Hearings including Towing, Property Seizures, Driver’s License Suspensions, Handgun License Revocations and Essential Needs Licenses.

    Our Court is also happy to perform Marriages.

    We are committed to serving the citizens of Tarrant County Precinct 2 by providing fair, efficient, effective and economical resolutions to all things handled by our Court.

    Respectfully,

    Judge Mary Tom Curnutt

    IMPORTANT NOTICE

    Effective March 17, 2020, all scheduled court proceedings (including motion hearings and trials) except for those deemed "essential court proceedings", such as an Emergency Mental Detention Warrants, Writs of Re-entry, Writs of RetrievalRestoration of Utilities and Repair and Remedy cases, are suspended until further notice. As soon as new directives are received, Justice Court, Precinct 2, will mail notices with new court dates once all non-essential hearings are able to be reset on the court's docket. (See Court Order dated 3/17/2020) Click here to see how we are supporting our vulnerable population during this time.

    When filing an eviction petition, a plaintiff must include an affidavit that states whether or not the case is subject to the CARES Act. Click here to view information on the Coronavirus Stimulus Bill (CARES Act) and to download affidavit that is now required with all new Eviction filings.

        To schedule a wedding ceremony, please call the court at 817-548-3925

    Continue to check our website for updates as more information becomes available.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the court by phone at 817-548-3925 or email us.

    FILE YOUR CASE ONLINE

    For your convenience, we now offer E-Filing. Use EFile Texas to file new cases and add additional documents to existing Small Claim, Evictions and Debt Claim cases. Documents must be scanned into the program before filing. It is important to remember that you may incur additional fees for copies. The fees PER CASE are $1 for the first page and 25 cents for every page therafter.

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        Occupational License

        Repair and Remedy Cases

        Small Claims Cases

        Towed/Booted Vehicle

        Writ of Re-Entry (Residential and Commerical)

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    Office Info

    Southeast Subcourthouse
    700 E. Abram, Suite 200
    Arlington, Texas 76010
     

    Phone: 817-548-3925
    Fax: 817-850-2347
    E-mail Us

    Truancy Email

    Hours:

    Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    All financial transactions must be completed 30 minutes prior to close of business.

     

    All filings must be in triplicate, otherwise each copy made by the court is $1 per page (see copy request fees).

    Getting Married? Click here for more details

    Important Information

    House Bill 2398[84(R) – 2015] Mandates the expunction of all failure to attend school cases as of September 1, 2015. Accordingly, all such cases are dismissed as of that date. No payments, community service, return to show proof of graduation or report card, or any other requirements set by the Court or the Criminal District Attorney's Office are due or will be accepted. The Court is in the process of expunging all records.This does not change the status of Parent Contributing to Non-Attendance cases.

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