These County Court Resources in Texas have a limit to outbound links to the case search tools of each respective county. Starr Law, P.C. is not responsible for any of the information on these respective county sites. Providing these links do not constitute legal advice. Please contact us to obtain counsel pertaining to your specific situation.
Where are the County Court Resources?
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If have a pending criminal charge in a county that is not listed above, but still in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, please still do contact us about your situation.
In Texas, county courts exclusively handle Class A and B misdemeanors (these carry jail time as well as fines), share jurisdiction with justice of the peace and district courts on some mid-size civil cases, and have appellate jurisdiction from municipal and justice of the peace court cases.
With the growth of the largest cities, many large urban centers have subsumed whole or most of counties. And, this is within the unofficial or official municipal borders. Blurring the distinction between the types of government and their jurisdictions to inhabitants.