The City of Schertz is located just to the northeast of San Antonio between I-10 and the I-35 corridor. It is 28 square miles in size and has a population of more than 32,000 people, including a large military community from nearby Randolph Air Force Base.
Schertz is a known all across Texas as a speed trap. Schertz Police Department patrol cruisers hide on side streets of the town’s main thoroughfares and just about anywhere the speed limit suddenly drops. Experience in my firm confirms the officers often have unsavory personalities and are frequently anything but polite when giving a Schertz traffic ticket. The primary purpose for administering tickets appears to be for revenue and not for protection of the community, as locals are often let go and tickets are given along routes with a high percentage of commuters.
The Schertz Municipal Court is currently presided over by Judge Takas – a fair and impartial judge. The court has jurisdiction to rule over Schertz traffic tickets, speeding tickets, moving violations, public intoxication charges, minor in possession MIP charges and any other statutory misdemeanors within the city limits.
Keep in mind IF YOU PAY YOUR SCHERTZ TRAFFIC TICKET ONLINE, YOU WILL BE CONVICTED OF THE OFFENSE FOR WHICH YOU PAID!
Lawyers at The Coquat Law Firm handle dozens of Schertz traffic tickets every month. While the Schertz prosecutor is aggressive and tough, our lawyers have a high rate of success negotiating the resolution of speeding tickets in Schertz to keep them off your permanent driving record. If you would like assistance FIGHTING or RESOLVING a Schertz Traffic Ticket or other Schertz citation, contact a TrafficTicketSA.com attorney at 210-745-2825.