UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT (U.S. MAGISTRATE COURT)
Western District of Texas
U.S. District (Magistrate) Court Office
MG Williams Judicial Center
Bldg. 5794, Tank Destroyer Blvd.
P. O. Box 5507
Fort Hood, Texas 76544-0507
Located near the East Gate two blocks
east of the Club Hood complex
Traffic citations on Fort Hood
POC: Connie Trumbo
DES - U.S. Magistrate Court Security Office:
Questions concerning security-related issues at the Courthouse:
Federal Prosecution Office:
Patrick Robinson , CPT
Chief Special Assistant U.S. Attorney
Rob Rosen, CPT
Special Assistant U.S. Attorney
CJ Spulveda, Paralegal
Fort Hood VETS Court Information: www.hood.army.mil/vetscourt.aspx
Fort Hood Warrant List: www.hood.army.mil/warrant.list.aspx
Fort Hood Regulation 190-5 Fort Hood Traffic Code revised as of 11 OCT 2013
Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: What information do I need if I receive a ticket on Fort Hood?
Answer: Payment instructions are on the back side of the ticket; or, you may contest the violation by appearing on your scheduled court date.
For specific information contact the Operations Clerk at Building #5794 or call 254-669-6183.
Question: How do I pay the fine?
Answer: You may pay online at www.cvb.uscourts.gov or call 1-800-827-2982 ext. 0.
Question: How long do I have to pay a citation?
Answer: If you do not pay the ticket within 21 days, you will be scheduled for a future court date. You have until that court date to pay the ticket or
appear personally in Court to contest your ticket. If you have not received a written notice for a Court date, call the clerk (254-669-6183) approximately six
weeks after the date you received your ticket.
Question: Where do I get information if my ticket also affects driving privileges on Fort Hood?
Answer: Contact Police Administration (Room 103, MP station, 58th and Battalion) within ten days. Those violations may include, but are not limited to,
failure to maintain financial responsibility (no insurance); driving while license invalid/suspended/revoked or expired vehicle registration.
Certain violations require an administrative hearing which must be scheduled within ten days of receiving the ticket.
Question: What should I do if my traffic citation/misdemeanor is in warrant status?
Answer: Contact the CVB clerk immediately at 254-669-6183 (traffic tickets) or misdemeanors (DWIs, et al)
Question: What if I am arrested for a DWI or other misdemeanor offense on Fort Hood and need information on court dates and procedures?
Answer: Contact Magistrate Courtroom Deputy Emily Lewis McElreath at
email@example.com or 254-750-1501.
Question: What if I have lost my driving privileges on Fort Hood?
Answer: You can make an appointment for restricted driving privileges at: C221, III Corps Headquarters, Bldg. 1001, telephone: (254) 287-3655 or (254) 287-7404 or the website:
www.jagcnet.army.mil/iiicorps and select Administrative and Civil Law Division.