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In addition to having an interest in the job, please review the job posting to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications for the job.
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Visit the Police Department careers page.
Jobs are posted as soon as the position is available, and taken down once the pre-designated application time frame is closed.
Some job advertisements will indicate a specific closing date. Others will state "Currently Open" meaning that the position may close at any time, depending on where the hiring supervisor is in the process.
On average, it takes two to four weeks for the departments to review and schedule interviews for selected applicants. In some cases, this process may take longer.
Hiring for final applicants will be contingent upon the completion of a successful pre-employment screening. Also, please be aware that if you are made a job offer and accept, you are required to provide acceptable documentation to establish your identity and your eligibility to work (per the Immigration Reform and Control Act).
Applicants may request an accommodation, if needed, to complete the employment application process. Requests should be communicated to the Human Resources Department at 903.894.7223 EXT 108 or by writing to:
City of Bullard, Attn: Human Resources DepartmentP.O. Box 107Bullard, TX 75757.
The City of Bullard is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) committed to an alcohol / drug-free workplace and to providing equal opportunities regardless of age, race, color, gender, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Upon receiving your application, the City of Bullard will send you a confirmation email letting you know that we are processing your application. After the initial confirmation email, we will let you know the status of your application throughout the process.
No. Court employees (including the judge) are strictly prohibited by law from providing legal advice to anyone.
No. You can represent yourself. Municipal Courts are not required by law to appoint you a lawyer, but you may retain one yourself. No one other than a lawyer can represent you in court. This applies to parents of juveniles. If you are not an attorney you cannot represent your child in a trial.
The Court has a payment plan option.
Not necessarily. If you plead "guilty" or "no contest", the issue is immaterial. If you plead "not guilty", a complain is generated. The contents of the complaint are relevant with regard to a trial.
A judge can only dismiss a citation if he is given the authority by statute or because of a standing agreement with the City Attorney's Office.
Yes, but only if you enter a plea of "no contest" or "guilty". Upon a plea of "not guilty" the Judge is not allowed to hear any details of the case until the day of trial. This ensures fairness to both the defendant and the state. Also, all conversations with the Judge must be in the courtroom. The Judge is not allowed to discuss the case outside the courtroom and outside the presence of both parties. the judge cannot take phone calls.
If you are on probation in a court, other than the Municipal Court, you should refer this question to your probation officer.
Generally, all moving violations will appear on your driving record. Some others such as Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility and No Driver's license will appear as well. If you want to keep an offense off of your record, you should request Defensive Driving or Deferred Disposition.
For more information on surcharges, visit DPS Surcharge FAQs.
No. All requests for reset or continuance must be made in writing. The request must be received 72 hours prior to your court date and must also list a reason why you need to reset it with any proof that you can provide. Filing a request is not an automatic reset. All resets must be approved by the judge.
If a defendant fails to appear in response to a summons to come to court an additional charge of "Failure to Appear" (FTA) will be filed and a warrant shall be issued. The fine for an FTA is $415.00.
If a witness refuses to obey a subpoena he/she may be fined at the discretion of the court and writ of attachment may be issued. A writ of attachment is an order from the Judge to a law enforcement officer to immediately take this person into custody and bring them before the court.
Our court clerk will be able to assist you explaining your options regarding warrants arising from the issuance of City of Bullard tickets. You may speak to the clerk by calling 903.894.7263.
You and the defendant must appear in court on the assigned court date. At this time, you may request charges to be dismissed. The State, represented by the prosecutor, may proceed on the case even if you desire to dismiss the charges.
Payment plans are administered by the Court. You will need to contact the court at (903) 894-7263 to determine your options.
Contact the Court at (903) 894-7263.
You can obtain this information from the Court at (903) 894-7263.
You will need to appear at the court, 114 S. Phillips, Bullard, TX 75757. The court clerk will then take the necessary steps to help correct this problem.
You will need to contact the local DPS office for further information or the person who sent you the letter.