KT Musselman
Justice of the Peace Pct. 1

J.B. and Hallie Jester Annex
Justice of the Peace Precinct 1

1801 E Old Settlers Blvd, Ste 100
Round Rock, Texas, 78664

M,Tu,Th,F: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - Noon
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Criminal / Traffic / Juvenile
Phone: (512) 244-8622
Fax: (512) 244-8602

Civil / Justice Court / Evictions
Phone: (512) 244-8618
Fax: (512) 244-8603

Important Notice Must Read

Due to health and safety concerns regarding coronavirus (COVID-19), Justice of the Peace PCT. 1 will be operating with limited operations and by appointment only effective June 1,2020 until further notice.

Appointments can be scheduled by calling 512.244.8622 or emailing the following:

(The Court will respond to your request within 24-48 hours. In your email, please include your full name, driver’s license number and or date of birth, copy of or citation or the citation number. Make sure to specify your reason for request.)

Other options: Drop-box, US Mail, Online

  • The drop-box located to the left corner of the building, marked JP1 in red, can be used to leave payments, pleas and other documents.
  • All Civil Petitions, Answers, and all other Civil documents can be filed using E-File, more information can be found here: https://efile.txcourts.gov/ofsweb
  • Go to http://www.wilco.org/payjp1 to pay your citation in full. Read over online paying instructions carefully.
  • Mail documents, payments with plea etc. to: Justice of The Peace, Pct. One, 1801 E. Old Settler’s Blvd, Ste.100, Round Rock, TX 78664
  • Forms downloaded from our website can be filled out and emailed to jp1@wilco.org, faxed or mailed. Fax number: 512.244.8602

Due to the continued COVID-19 disaster and the Supreme Court of Texas' 18th Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster, Justice of The Peace Pct. One will commence court hearings after September 30, 2020 except where actions pose an “imminent threat.” Evictions are being accepted via E-File.

In order to proceed with an eviction, the plaintiff must include in their petition a statement that the eviction case is not subject to the Federal CARES Act.

Jury trials will not commence until further guidance has been received by the Office of Court Administration.

Much thought has been given to the safety of those who will be required to attend court along with staff, therefore Judge Musselman will hold court remotely and by appointment only until conditions improve and until further notice.

Justice of the Peace KT Musselman, Precinct One

KT MusselmanBorn in the Texas Hill Country, KT Musselman was raised with public service and concern for others as core values. A proud Longhorn, KT completed a degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006.

Over the years, KT has worked on campaigns from the U.S. Senate to Constable, as well as passing local bonds to improve healthcare, transit, and education in Austin, Travis County, and other Central Texas jurisdictions. KT brings a mindset to his political work that by listening, organizing, and changing the nature of the electorate, we can elect public servants who will fight for all of their constituents, not just the privileged or vocal few. He has also worked for county elected officials and officeholders and knows that making our government more proactive and responsive to the needs of the community is paramount.

KT has served the community by sitting on the Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan Task Force and the 2018 Austin Charter Review Commission. An Eagle Scout and Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, KT lives in Northwest Austin with his cat Loki. In his downtime KT enjoys hiking, trains and transit systems.

Holiday Office Closures

The office observes the Williamson County holiday schedule and will be closed on the following dates:

  • May 25, 2020  Memorial Day
  • July 3rd, 2020 Fourth of July

Citations with appearance dates that fall on a weekend or holiday will be extended to the next working day.