Welcome to the 406th Judicial District Court of the State of Texas!

                                                                                Informacion en Español

 The 406th Judicial District Court and its administrative offices are located in the Webb County Justice Center, 1110 Victoria St., Ste. 402, Laredo, Webb County, Texas. Our telephone number is (956) 523-4954. Our office hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Public parking is available at the Billy Hall Administrative Building, located at 1110 Washington St., which may be accessed through Flores Street.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our court is holding non-essential civil and criminal dockets via Zoom, which can be accessed by logging in to Webbcountytx.gov, Elected Offices, 406th District Court, YOUTUBE session. Arrangements may be made to hold essential in-person hearings by contacting the civil or criminal docket court coordinators as per, and in compliance with, guidelines established by the Texas Supreme Court, the Texas Governor and the Office of Court Administration.

We invite you to access the legal information portal htttp://www/texaslawhelp.org, which offers information and documents in Spanish, to obtain answers to frequently asked questions, help you understand the legal process and so you can familiarize yourself with the forms necessary to process cases such as Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support and Health Services, Paternity, Change of Name of a Minor, Adoption, Marriage Annulment, and Child Protective Services, among other civil matters. The Texas Law Help portal is a valuable tool which will also guide you on matters relating to Non-Disclosure, Occupational Driver’s License, Misdemeanors Class C – In the School, and Court and Traffic Fines, among many others.

The forms utilized in applicable criminal cases, such as the Plea Agreement, with its pertinent translation to the Spanish language, are available in our website and courtroom to help the defendant to better understand the contents and legal effects of the document he/she is about to sign.

A bilingual interpreter is available at all hearings to interpret the legal process from English to Spanish and vice versa, if needed.

Our bilingual staff is prepared to answer any question you may have or to guide you towards sources of information which may help you solve your legal issue(s).

My staff and I are here to help you and to ensure continued public access to the court. We hope to have the opportunity to be of assistance.


Judge Oscar Jesús Hale, Jr.

Equal Justice-Under Law

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