While a detailed discussion of the jurisdiction of a municipal court is beyond the scope and purpose of this publication, suffice it to say that a municipal court may sometimes hear and decide cases involving territory and persons located or residing in the ETJ. For instance, Government Code Chapter 29 provides municipal courts with jurisdiction over certain criminal cases that occur on property owned by the city but located in the ETJ. TEX. GOV’T CODE § 29.003. And Government Code Chapter 30 provides that a municipal court of record has jurisdiction over criminal cases arising under ordinances authorized by Local Government Code Sections 215.072, 217.042, 341.903, and 551.002. Id. § 30.00005. Those ordinances may be applied outside of a city’s boundaries and, thus, municipal courts of record have jurisdiction over certain criminal cases arising from ordinance violations outside city limits. See Tex. Att’y Gen. Op. JC-0025 (1999); cf. also PPC Enters., Inc. v. Texas City, 76 F.Supp.2d 750, 760, n.8 (S.D. Tex. 1999).