Justice Court Precinct Four

Our address is 211 W. 6th St, Taylor, TX 76574.

The drop-off box is to the left facing the front doors. If the door is locked during regular business hours or you are meeting the Judge for a wedding after hours, please use the buzzer to the right of the door.

Virtual Court

We are transitioning back to in-person court. Please read your summons carefully.

Eviction and Truancy hearings and trials remain virtual, not in-person. Please do not show up to our courthouse in Taylor for these hearings. Instead, please click "Virtual Court" on the left-hand sidebar of this page to access our virtual court. Please be on time and enter your legal name when prompted. You will enter a virtual lobby and be admitted into the virtual courtroom by Judge Hackenberg when your hearing is called.

If you cannot access the virtual court by clicking the provided link, please dial 1 415 655-0003 and enter access code 960 794 667#. You will hear silence until you are admitted into the courtroom when your hearing is called, so don't worry. If you receive an automated error message, please double-check the phone number and access number; if you still receive an error message when calling in, please email [email protected] as soon as possible.

Only cases that are currently scheduled for virtual hearings will be heard online.Once all currently scheduled virtual cases are done, virtual court will cease (except in limited circumstances and only with approval from the judge). All other cases will be set for in person hearings at the Justice Court located at 211 W. 6th St, Taylor TX.

Holiday closures

In accordance with the Williamson County holiday schedule, Justice of the Peace Precinct 4—like all County departments—will be closed on the following dates:

  • November 11, 2022
  • November 24–25, 2022
  • December 23–26, 2022
  • January 2, 2023
  • January 16, 2023
  • February 20, 2023
  • April 7, 2023
  • May 29, 2023
  • June 19, 2023
  • July 4, 2023
  • September 4, 2023 
The Honorable Rhonda Redden, Justice of the Peace, Precinct Four

Judge Rhonda Redden, Williamson County Justice of the Peace, Precinct Four.Judge Redden is a seasoned professional in county and city government serving over 28 of her 31 years as a civilian in law enforcement. She spent her last 10 years of service as the Crime Technician for Hutto Police Department before retiring in 2019. Judge Redden covered a wide range of responsibilities including death scene investigation, crime scene investigation, evidence collection and processing, and evidence management. You will also find her name at the City of College Station, Brazos County Sheriff’s Department, and Bryan Police Department where she spent the first years in her career in a variety of positions including jail officer, sentencing coordinator for jail inmates, code enforcement, and utility administration. This combined experience has taken her through several years of court hearings on a diverse range of subjects across all levels from justice and municipal court to felony district court.

In addition to her dedicated service, Judge Redden pursued a bachelor’s degree from Texas State University and received her B.A.A.S. in Occupational, Leadership and Workforce Studies and received certification as a Certified Public Manager in 2018. Judge Redden completed her master’s degree in Legal Studies in 2020 at Texas State University where she was accepted into the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society with a 4.0 GPA.