What constitutes a court appearance?

A telephone call does not constitute a court appearance. Any requests for action on a case must be made in person or writing. Any written request must be signed by the defendant (manually or electronically by typing your full name) and submitted with photo identification, phone number, email, and mailing address. Written requests or correspondence may be submitted in person, by mail at 3015 Bellmead Drive, Bellmead, TX, 76705, or contact by email. Please Note: If you correspond with the Court via email, all future correspondence and official notices from the Court may be delivered to you at the email address used.

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1. Am I eligible for a driving safety course?
2. How can I find out the fine amount for my citation?
3. How can I pay my citation?
4. How can I request a payment plan?
5. May a Bellmead City official or staff member intervene in my case in the Court?
6. May I email the Bellmead Municipal Court questions about my citation?
7. May I file a public information request to obtain copies of court records?
8. May I request community service instead of paying my fine?
9. May I request the Bellmead Municipal Court to appoint a defense attorney for my case?
10. What constitutes a court appearance?
11. Where is my citation filed?