TRIBAL COURT OFFICES
We, the staff of the KTTT Tribal Court, take pride in working as a team and pledge to:
- Perform our duties with the highest level of courtesy, respect, equality and fairness to all members of Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas, members of the bar and the public.
- Maintain the highest standards of professionalism and ethics, in compliance with the KTTT Tribal Codes; and
- Strive to improve the quality of our services by promoting trust and confidence in the judicial system.
Processing civil, family and criminal cases, payments, maintain court records, providing information on the activities of the Court, and providing other administrative and management support to the Court, KTTT members and its affiliates.
Civil case filing fees
Complaint/Petition $45.00 Citation $10.00 Service of Citation within jurisdiction $60.00 Copies $0.25
(Note: No change available for payments of any sort. Payments made after 2:00 p.m. accepted by money order only. We apologize for any inconvenience.)
Francisco Martinez, III
Hon. District Judge
Tribal Court Director
Tribal Court Clerk
Tribal Court Receptionist
Office: (830) 421-5977 Fax: (830)758-1305
Court Hearings are as follows
Family/Civil/Juvenile Court – 2nd Wednesday of every month at 10:00 A.M.
Criminal Court – 3rd Wednesday of every month at 9:00 A.M.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed for lunch 12:00 – 1:00
KTTT PROBATION OFFICER
Jesus S. Abraham Jr
Adult/Juvenile Probation Officer
The services of the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas Community Supervision Department is to perform the duties describe under the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas Code. The office is also charged with the supervision of individuals released on bond, placed on pre-trial diversion or placed on probation.
Probation Services Scope of Work
Probation Services is divided into Adult Probation Services and Juvenile Probation Services. Adult services include, but are not limited to, pre-trial monitoring, supervision of individuals placed on probation and rehabilitative services. Juvenile services include, but are not limited to, supervision of juveniles placed on probation, truancy meetings, supervision and referral of juvenile complaints to the juvenile prosecutor, and transport to and from juvenile detention and treatment services. Both Adult and juvenile probation officers also conducts office visits, home/school visits, urine drug and/or alcohol breath testing and case staffing with appropriate community service providers.
The Mission of the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas Probation Department is to provide access to evidence-based early intervention, supervision, treatment and secure care for our youth, adults and families so that people learn accountability and responsibility, while at the same time community safety is enhanced.
The vision of the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas Probation Department is a place where justice means promoting public safety while improving and enriching the lives of victims, families and the Community.
We work with other agencies and community groups to promote public safety.
We are a “Community Justice Agency”.
We individualize our response to clients and their families as our part of a Therapeutic Court.
We are fiscally responsible.
We provide quality services.
The organizational values that guide our philosophy and all operations are based on:
162 Chick Kazen, Eagle Pass, Texas
(Located in the same building as the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas District Court).
Community Supervision Department
2212 Rosita Valley Rd. Eagle Pass TX 78852
Cecilia A. Mascorro
KTTT Prosecuting Attorney/ICWS Attorney
The KTTT Prosecutors Office commits its resources in partnership with law enforcement and citizens of the Tribe to promote a safe and secure environment.
- To prosecute criminal activity in Tribal Court.
- To legally handle Indian Child Welfare cases in Tribal Court.
KTTT Prosecuting Attorney/ICWS Attorney
162 Chick Kazen St., Eagle Pass, Texas 78852
Phone: (830) 421-5396 FAX: (830) 758-7633