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About Texas Court Records

Texas is one of the biggest states in the country and people here have a healthy respect for the law. There are over a hundred courthouses in Texas that can amass court record data and they range from small civil courts to large, federally regulated criminal courts. Whether a court case was heard at the U.S. Courthouse in Austin or the Brooks Federal Building in Beaumont, there’s a court record to back it up. With great effort by the state of Texas, these court records are now online and easily searchable from the comfort of your own home. You never know what you’re going to find out when you dig through Texas’ court records system!

Want to know more about a DUI trial from your Lubbock county, or maybe find out why your sister has been called to court so many times? Searching court records is simple in Texas with a name, a courthouse, or even a court date and you can access various data points about the incident. You may be able to find information on the judge at hand, the sentencing agreement, and either whether the defendant had a criminal history. There’s no limit to the information you may be able to use when you look through the Texas court records files. The state makes them available to everyone for a reason and it’s your tax dollars that go to funding all the activities that go on inside Texas’ courthouses. If there’s something you need to know, check Texas court records.

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