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As there may be more one source to obtaining Texas criminal, civil and divorce records, it is important to search multiple state courts to find the correct records.

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The Texas courts of appeals must hear, i.e., have "mandatory jurisdiction," cases that involve civil, non-capital criminal, administrative agency, juvenile, original proceeding, and interlocutory decision cases. These courts have no discretionary jurisdiction. Texas courts of criminal appeals have mandatory jurisdiction in capital criminal, criminal, and original proceeding cases. Texas' courts of criminal appeals have discretionary jurisdiction in non-capital criminal, original proceeding cases and certified questions from federal court. The Texas district courts are the state's trial courts. The district courts have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve tort, contract, real property rights from $200 and up, estate, and other miscellaneous civil matters. District courts have exclusive jurisdiction over administrative agency appeals, domestic relations matters, juvenile matters, felony and misdemeanor matters, DWI or DUI matters, and other miscellaneous criminal matters. Jury trials are available in these courts. Texas' criminal district court hears various felony, misdemeanor, DWI or DUI, and miscellaneous criminal cases. Texas' county courts at law have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve tort, contract, real property rights from $200 to an unspecified "varying" amount, estate, mental health, civil trial court appeals, and other miscellaneous civil matters. Additionally, these courts hear juvenile matters, misdemeanors, DWI or DUI matters, criminal appeals, moving traffic violations, and other miscellaneous traffic violations. Texas' probate courts hear estate, and mental health matters. Texas' Constitutional county courts have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve tort, contract, real property rights from $200 to $5,000, estate, mental health, civil trial court appeals, miscellaneous civil matters, juvenile matters, and domestic relations matters. Additionally, these courts hear various misdemeanors, DWI or DUI matters, criminal appeals matters, moving traffic violations, and other miscellaneous traffic violations. Texas' justice of the peace courts have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve tort, contract, real property rights from $0 to $5,000, small claims up to $5,000, mental health matters, misdemeanors, moving traffic violations, parking violations, and other miscellaneous traffic violations. These courts hold venue to preliminary hearings. Jury trials are available in these courts. Texas' municipal courts have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve various misdemeanors, moving traffic violations, parking violations, and other miscellaneous traffic violations. These courts have exclusive ordinance violation jurisdiction, and hold venue to preliminary hearings. Jury trials are available in Texas' municipal courts as well.

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Texas Civil and Divorce Court Records
Judgments, lawsuits, dissolution of marriage, civil court cases.

Texas Criminal Court Records
Felony, misdemeanors and traffic violations.
Texas District Court Records
Filings in my District courthouses.
Civil, family law cases and divorces, personal injury cases, lawsuits, estate planning and probate matters.

  • Case Search
    Link To County Courts To Conduct Your Civil And Criminal Searches. Free And Easy To Use. Available To The Public List Of County Court Resources.
  • Supreme Court
    Supreme Court of Texas is the court of last resort for civil matters in the State of Texas.

    Appellate Court
    The fourteen Courts of Appeals have intermediate appellate jurisdiction in both civil and criminal cases appealed from district or county courts.
  • County Courts
    Constitutional County Courts. County Courts at Law. County Court Addresses and Web sites.
  • Probate Courts
    Original and exclusive jurisdiction over their counties' probate matters, guardianship cases, and mental health commitments.

  • Texas Judgments and Liens Search
    Public Access to Court Records. Search UCC and Liens, instructions and request forms.
  • Texas Bankruptcy Search
    Judges and Clerks Offices. Bankruptcy Court Information. Calendars. Local Rules and Orders. Opinions.
Most criminal cases are started when a prosecutor, either a district attorney (who represents a county) or the attorney general (who represents the state), files a complaint with the court.

  • County Criminal Courts
    Original jurisdiction over all Class A and Class B misdemeanor criminal cases, which are the more serious minor offenses.

  • Justice of the Peace Courts
    Original jurisdiction in Class C misdemeanor criminal cases, which are less serious minor offenses.

  • Municipal Courts
    Original and exclusive jurisdiction over violations of city ordinances and, within the city limits, have concurrent jurisdiction with justice of the peace courts over Class C misdemeanor criminal cases where the punishment upon conviction is by small fine only.

  • Court of Criminal Appeals
    The Court of Criminal Appeals is Texas' highest court for criminal cases.

  • Texas Criminal Records Expungement
    Expunge your criminal past of felonies, misdemeanors, D.U.I convictions and more in the state of Texas.

Concurrent jurisdiction with justice of the peace and district courts in civil cases in which the amount in controversy is small. Jurisdiction is said to be concurrent when two levels of courts have authority to try the same type of case.

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