May I speak with the judge?
You may speak with the judge about the circumstances of your case only after you enter a plea of guilty or no-contest.

The judge legally cannot discuss the merits of a case with you without the prosecutor being present. In that instance, your case will be set for a pretrial hearing.

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1. How do I pay a ticket?
2. Can I take care of my husband / wife’s ticket?
3. Can I request "time-served" on my tickets if I have been jailed?
4. Can I set up payment arrangements over the phone?
5. Can I do community service instead of paying a fine?
6. Can I take care of my ticket from another city here?
7. May I speak with the judge?
8. Do I have to have an appointment to see the judge?
9. Can the court tell me if I have warrants anywhere in Texas?
10. I have been summoned for jury duty. Can I be excused?