For six years, Judge Oscar Martinez has requested an addition be built to his courtroom. If you drive by, you'll see that is currently under way. "We have a room that will be completely technology and then we're going to have a conference room." There's a reason why they need the extra room. "This is probably the court that handles the biggest load in the whole state and the one that makes the most money." Last year, the court had $3.7 million in income. TXDOT files all of their citations in Martinez's courtroom. Judge Oscar Martinez says he sees about 250 300 people come through his courtroom every Tuesday. Ninety percent of those are truck drivers. "People are very surprised when they hear the numbers." With the truck traffic in his precinct, truck drivers are cited often for issues with tires, broken windshields, not having permits, and the list goes on. "They're not minor reasons because if a truck has a broken axl, it can cause an accident. If a truck has bad tires, it can cause an accident and kill somebody." Martinez has been a judge for 23 years and says last year his court had 30,000 tickets.