Sulphur City Court
JUDGE CHARLES SCHRUMPF
CLERK OF COURT BRANDY HANSON
Judge Charles Schrumpf
Elected Sulphur City Judge in November, 2002.
Elected President of the Third Circuit Judges Association (2009-2010)
Chairman of the Sulphur Parks and Recreation Wall of Honor Committee (1994 to present)
Member of Board of Directors of Care/Help (2003-2009; President in 2008)
Member of West Calcasieu Association of Commerce
Member of Sulphur Kiwanis (all offices and board of directors since 1989)
Member of Sulphur High Rodeo Assoc. Scholarship Committee
Graduate - Sulphur High School (1973)
Graduate - McNeese State University (1976 Bachelor of Science)
Graduate - LSU Law School (1979 Juris Doctorate)
Practicing law in Sulphur since 1980.
The Sulphur City Court was established by the State of Louisiana. Although the Court is called a City Court, Sulphur Court is comprised of all areas within Ward4 including outlying areas of Carlyss, Sulphur, and inside and outside the city limits of Westlake. It has authority to decide certain juvenile matters, criminal matters, evictions, small claims, as well as civil disputes up to $50,000.00.
Small Claims up to $5,000
Lawsuits up to $50,000 (Effective August 1, 2021)
Evictions within Ward4
(Sulphur, Carlyss, Westlake)