443rd Judicial District Court

Approved Re-Certification Request for Court Operating Plan

(Emphasis on Additional Requirements for In-Person Proceedings)

Court Operating Plan for Ellis County

JOINT COVID-19 MITIGATION AND DOCKET CONTROL PLAN

Letter Supplement to Joint COVID-19 Docket Control Plan

Plan Delineating How the Ellis County District Courts and County Courts at Law Will

Function During the Initial Stages of the Coronavirus Public Health Emergency

(March 18, 2020)


Jurisdiction

Governor Perry Appoints Ermatinger as Judge of 443rd Judicial District Court Friday, August 29, 2014

Governor Rick Perry has appointed Cindy Ermatinger of Midlothian as judge of the 443rd Judicial District Court in Ellis County effective September 2, 2014, for a term to expire at the next general election.

Ermatinger is an attorney, owner of The Law Offices of Cindy Ermatinger, and a former assistant district attorney for Dallas and Ellis counties, where she specialized in juvenile delinquency, child abuse and family violence prosecutions. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Ellis County Bar Association, Ellis County Defense Bar Association, Trial Lawyers College, and Texas and Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers associations. She is an associate board member of the Midlothian Education Foundation and a graduate of the Midlothian and Waxahachie Leadership Program. She is also a past defense attorney member of the Ellis County Bail Bond Board and a past member of the American Business Women’s Association and Midlothian Rotary Club.

Ermatinger received a bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University and a law degree from the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law.

Local Rules for the Ellis County Judiciary:

Docket Settings:

Court Calendar

Criminal Forms:

Pass Slip

Defendant’s Rejection of State’s Plea-Bargain Offer

Trial Setting Slip

Agreed Order Setting Bond & Conditions

Probation Intake Forms

Plea Date Request