Magistrate Court

​​​Honorable Lisa Bronchetti, Magistrate Presiding​​​​​​​

Note: Do not attempt to contact a Judge by mail, email, phone or in person about any pending or potential lawsuit.

All motions and hearing requests should be submitted to the Criminal District Clerk:

Criminal District Clerk​
Russell A. Steindam Courts Building, 3rd Floor
2100 Bloomdale Rd.
McKinney, TX 75071
Map

NOTICE: If you have received a notice to appear in court and are a vulnerable person* or live with or are a caregiver for a vulnerable person please notify the court at least two days prior to the hearing date.

*A vulnerable person is someone over age 65, individuals with serious underlying health conditions, such as high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma, and those whose immune systems are compromised such as by chemotherapy for cancer or other conditions requiring such therapy.

Role of Magistrate Court

The primary responsibilities of the Collin County Magistrate Court include advising the defendants of their rights, determining probable cause, setting bond, and issuing warrants in criminal cases. The Magistrate may also issue and enforce bond conditions.

A defendant is considered to be a person charged with a crime. The Magistrate Court does not determine guilt or innocence in criminal cases. Our Judges and staff are committed to the concepts of excellence, fair justice and mutual respect.

Staff

  
  
  
  
Magistrate Court AdministratorStephan Phillipssphillips@collincountytx.gov(972) 547-5488
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Resources

  
Collin County District Clerk Office (Criminal)
Indigent Defense
Judicial Online Search