WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 2020: If you have a fee hearing set in Juvenile Court (County Court at Law Number One) on March 18, 2020, do not come to court on that day. Your hearing has been reset to May 27, 2020, at 1:30 p.m.
At this time, detention hearings will continue as scheduled.
For all other cancellations/re-settings, please contact the Respondent’s attorney to get the new court date.
MONDAY MARCH 23, 2020: If you have a hearing set March 23 at 1:30 p.m. in Juvenile Court (County Court at Law Number One), do NOT come to court on March 23. Your hearing has been reset to April 29, 2020, at 1:30 p.m.
EFFECTIVE UNTIL APRIL 1, 2020.
- If the juvenile is NOT in detention and you were Summoned to appear in juvenile court, please note this important change to the Judge’s letter that accompanied the Summons.
If you are seeking a court appointed attorney for the juvenile, do NOT come to court within 5 days of the juvenile being served. Instead, you may make your request for court appointed attorney at the time and date of the Appearance Hearing referenced in the Summons.
COVID-19 Response Plan for Juvenile Probation - updated March 20, 2020
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Welcome to the Denton County Juvenile Probation Department!
The Denton County Juvenile Probation Department is committed to the protection of the community, juvenile accountability, and helping juveniles achieve goals for good citizenship. Our recommendations and supervision of juveniles take into consideration the unique situation of each child, the child's family, and the developmental needs of children in general. Furthermore we pursue each case with adherence to Texas law, the orders of the court, and consider the least restrictive avenues of intervention, as we guide, supervise and educate those with whom we interact.
Charlie J. Cole Building
210 S. Woodrow Lane
Denton, TX 76205-6304
(940) 349-2400 or (972) 434-8824
(940) 349-2470 or (972) 434-8847 (Juvenile Intake/Detention Center)
(940) 349-2401 (Fax)
Information included on the Juvenile Probation web site or any of our department links do not constitute legal advice. It is also not a substitute for legal or other professional advice. Users should consult legal counsel for advice regarding juvenile matters and applications of the law.