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Bexar County Court Records

Bexar County court records are official files or documents that contain details about court cases handled in Bexar County, Texas. These records typically include court orders, trial evidence/exhibits, transcripts, litigants, subpoenas, motions, warrants, etc. Per the Texas Rules of Judicial Administration, a court record can exist in any form, including paper, audio, and video formats.

Are Court Records Public in Bexar County?

Yes. According to the Texas Public Information Act (TPIA), Bexar County court records are public records. Consequently, interested members of the public may obtain copies of court files related to civil, criminal, and probate cases adjudicated in Bexar County.

However, not all court records may be accessible to the public, as sealed, exempted, or records deemed confidential may be unavailable to the public. Some examples of such records, per Texas Code § 552.108, are as follows:

  • Juvenile records
  • Adoption records
  • Any sensitive information that may compromise a person's safety
  • Any information that may violate a person's privacy
  • Information about witnesses
  • Medical records of court case parties
  • Information on cases involving victims of human trafficking and sexual offenses.

Bexar County Court Records Search

Those interested in conducting a Bexar County court records search have the following options:

  • Online repositories of the County Clerk or the District Clerk
  • In-person search at the physical office locations of the County Clerk or District Clerk
  • Submitting mail requests for records to the district clerk's or county clerk's office
  • Third-party court records websites.

Bexar County Court Records Search by Name

Individuals interested in searching Bexar County court records can do so using the names of parties or litigants involved in a court case. The search can be conducted in person or online. For civil case records, the searcher typically needs to provide the defendant's or the plaintiff's first and last name. As for criminal case records, the defendant's full name is usually required.

In-person name-based searches for court records can be conducted at either the Bexar County Clerk's Office or the County District Clerk's Office. Visit the physical location of the relevant office during business hours.

Online name-based searches can be performed on the following official repositories:

To search the Bexar County Odyssey Portal, visit the portal, enter the last and first name of the record subject, and submit the query. Advanced filtering options, such as district or county clerk, case number, case type, and judicial officer, may be applied to narrow down the results.

Searches on the official record portals are free of charge. However, individuals who need to obtain copies of case files will be charged $1 per page and $5 per certified document. Physical copies can only be obtained in person at the county or district clerk's office.

Bexar County Courts

The Bexar County court system consists of district courts, which are general trial courts that adjudicate criminal and civil cases. County courts, constitutional courts, probate courts, justice courts, and municipal courts handle cases ranging from misdemeanors, assaults, theft, and small claims to probate matters, etc.

The Bexar County Courts Portal webpage provides details on other courts' contact addresses. Contact information for some Bexar County courts is listed below.

37th Civil District Court
100 Dolorosa Street
4th Floor, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2515

45th Civil District Court
100 Dolorosa Street
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2507

57th Civil District Court
100 Dolorosa Street, 4th Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2531

73rd Civil District Court
100 Dolorosa Street, 2nd Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2523

131st Civil District Court
100 Dolorosa Street, 4th Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2521

144th Criminal District Court
300 Dolorosa Street, 2nd Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2511

150th Civil District Court
100 Dolorosa Street, #2.23
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2533

166th Civil District Court
100 Dolorosa Street, 5th Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2501

175th Criminal District Court
Cadena-Reeves Justice Center
300 Dolorosa Street, 4th Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2527

186th Criminal District Court
Cadena-Reeves Justice Center
300 Dolorosa Street, 3rd Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2505

187th Criminal District Court
Cadena-Reeves Justice Center
300 Dolorosa Street, 2nd Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2517
227th Criminal District Court
Cadena-Reeves Justice Center
300 Dolorosa Street, 4th Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2304

289th Juvenile District Court
600 Mission Road
San Antonio, TX 78210
Phone: (210) 335-1185

Bexar County Constitutional County Court
Bexar County Courthouse,
100 Dolorosa Street, #104
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2216

County Court at Law No. 1
Cadena-Reeves Justice Center
300 Dolorosa Street, 1st Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2571

County Court at Law No. 2
Cadena-Reeves Justice Center
300 Dolorosa Street, 4th Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2573

County Court at Law No. 3
Bexar County Courthouse
100 Dolorosa Street, #B.21
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2575

Bexar County Probate Court No. 1
Bexar County Courthouse
100 Dolorosa Street, #123
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2670

Bexar County Probate Court No. 2
Bexar County Courthouse
100 Dolorosa Street, #117
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2190

Bexar County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
3505 Pleasanton Road
San Antonio, TX 78221
Phone: (210) 335-4500

Bexar County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
7723 Guilbeau Road, #105
San Antonio, TX 78250
Phone: (210) 335-4800

Bexar County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3
8918 Tesoro Drive, #300
San Antonio, TX 78217
Phone: (210) 335-4700

Bexar County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
2711 SouthEast Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78222
Phone: (210) 335-4900

Bexar County Court Case Search

Bexar County Courts at Law are county-level courts that hear criminal misdemeanor cases and limited civil cases, such as landlord/tenant disputes and debt collection cases.

The County Clerk is the custodian of records for the Bexar County courts and makes them available to the public upon request. Individuals can access case information for Bexar County courts online by performing name-based searches on the Bexar County Odyssey Portal. In addition to the names of case parties, inquirers can use the case number or a judicial officer's name as additional search criteria to retrieve a county court at law case record.

Alternatively, individuals interested in obtaining case files for court cases adjudicated in any of the Bexar County Courts at Law can make requests in person at the county clerk's office.

Bexar County Clerk
Civil Central Filing Department
Suite 104
100 Dolorosa Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2231

Bexar County District Court Records

The Bexar County District Courts are the general trial courts in Bexar County. They adjudicate many cases, including felony criminal cases, civil cases with claims above $200,000, juvenile cases, etc.

The Bexar County District Clerk is the official custodian of civil district court records and criminal felony court records in the county. To obtain or lookup copies of Bexar County district court records, interested individuals should reach out in-person or by phone to the office of the district clerk at:

Bexar County District Court
Paul Elizondo Tower
101 West Nueva Street
San Antonio, TX, 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2661

Alternatively, interested parties may use the Bexar County Odyssey Portal to look up files of court cases handled in any of the county's district courts. Similarly, inquirers can use the Online Court Dockets to view civil and criminal case dockets posted from the district clerk's office.

Fees may apply to obtain physical and certified copies of Bexar County district court records.

Bexar County Criminal Records

Criminal records in Bexar County, including arrest and conviction records, are considered public records and are generally accessible to the public. Individuals may use the TxDPS Crime History Name Search to find criminal records for Bexar County. Additionally, they may utilize the Bexar County Central Magistrate Search to find individuals who have been arrested in Bexar County within the last 24 hours.

Similarly, persons interested in obtaining arrest records or conducting criminal record checks may visit or mail the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. In-person requests should be during business hours. A valid driver's license or government-issued ID and a fee of between $3.00 and $8.00 are the requirements for in-person requests.

Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Attn: Central Records
200 North Comal Street
San Antonio, TX 78207.

Bexar County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The Bexar County Clerk is the custodian of all criminal case records, except for felony cases in the county. Meanwhile, the County District Clerk is the custodian of criminal felony court records. Therefore, persons who wish to look up case files of criminal court cases adjudicated in any of Bexar County's criminal district courts or county courts should submit their requests to the relevant clerk's office.

Bexar County District Clerk
Paul Elizondo Tower
101 W Nueva Street
San Antonio, TX, 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2591

Bexar County Clerk
Bexar County Courthouse
Basement
100 Dolorosa Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2231

Alternatively, interested parties may use the aforementioned Bexar County Clerk & District Clerk Court Records Search or the Online District Clerk Criminal Records Search to lookup criminal court case records online.

Get Bexar County Civil Court Records

Bexar County civil court records are official documents that contain information on civil dispute cases heard in the county's courts. These records typically include information like the parties' names, filings, judgments, and court orders. Examples of civil court records in Bexar County include divorce case files, personal injury lawsuits, and contract dispute case files.

The County District Clerk is the official custodian of civil case records for Bexar County civil district courts and is responsible for records of civil cases handled in other county courts. These records are accessible to individuals online or in person.

To access Bexar civil court records online, visit the Bexar County Odyssey Portal and conduct a name-based search for the record being sought. One can also find civil court records on the portal using the case number, judicial officer's name, nickname, case-cross reference number, etc.

Alternatively, interested parties may obtain copies of civil court cases by visiting the county clerk's or district clerk's office in person.

Bexar District Clerk - Civil records
Paul Elizondo Tower
101 West Nueva Street
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone; (210) 335-2661.

Bexar County Clerk
Civil Central Filing Department
Suite 104
100 Dolorosa Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2231

Visits should be made between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. For in-person requests, just like online searches, the inquirer should provide the name and case file number, if available, for each request. The fee for plain copies is $1.00 per page. Additionally, there is a charge of $5.00 per document for certified copies.

Bexar County Family Court Records

Bexar County family court records are official documents containing details about family law cases adjudicated within the county's judicial system, including divorces, annulments, child custody battles, child support disputes, adoption proceedings, and paternity determinations.

While most of these records are considered public information, certain restrictions apply, particularly when minors are involved. Cases involving child custody, adoptions, and victims of domestic violence are typically restricted.

Individuals interested in accessing Bexar County family case records can visit the civil court records divisions of the county clerk or district office listed above. There, they can search for and obtain copies of specific family case records.

Alternatively, they may utilize the Bexar County Odyssey Portal to lookup Bexar County family court case files. Additionally, they may use the district clerk's online court dockets to find family court records.

The significance of family court records is that they allow searchers to access information about the parties involved in a family case, the documents and materials filed, and the verdict on the case.

Bexar Dissolution of Marriage Records

To find records related to the dissolution of a marriage in Bexar County:

  • Visit and make in-person requests at the office of the Bexar County District Clerk
  • Visit and conduct name-based or case-file number searches of divorce case files on the Bexar County Odyssey Portal

Bexar County Marriage and Divorce Records

Bexar County marriage records are official documents that provide detailed information about the legal union of two individuals. These records typically include the names and ages of the married couple, the date and location where the marriage ceremony took place, and the name of the officiating authority who solemnized the marriage.

On the other hand, Bexar County divorce records contain official evidence of the dissolution of the marriage between the two parties. Divorce records may include details such as the grounds for divorce, court orders or agreements regarding child custody, child support, alimony, etc.

The Bexar County Clerk is the county's custodian of marriage records. Meanwhile, the County District Clerk keeps and disseminates divorce records.

To request a marriage record, complete the Bexar County Clerk's Marriage License Request Copy Form, enclose payment, and forward it by mail or in-person to:

Bexar County Clerk
Attn: Vital Statistics Department
Suite #104
100 Dolorosa Street
San Antonio, TX 78205.

Requestors are charged $8 per copy for certified marriage licenses and $2 per copy for a plain marriage record.

To request a divorce record, submit an in-person request to the District Clerk's Office at:

District Clerk's Office
Suite 217
101 West Nueva Street
San Antonio, TX 78205-3411
Phone: (210) 335-2113

To obtain divorce records from the district clerk's office, a valid photo ID, applicable fees, and the divorce party's identifying information are required. Alternatively, individuals may obtain Bexar County marriage and divorce records online, in person, or by mail from the Vital Statistics Office of Texas DSHS.

Bexar Birth and Death Records

Birth and death records serve distinct purposes in Bexar County. Birth records establish identity, citizenship, and Social Security eligibility, while death records aid in processing claims and settling estates.

Per Section 181.1(21) of the TAC, only the record subject, immediate family, guardian, or legal representative can request certified birth or death records. To obtain a birth or death record in Bexar County, complete the Birth/Death Certificate application form, get it notarized, and forward it by mail with payment to the Clerk's Office.

Bexar County Clerk
Attn: Vital Statistics Department
100 Dolorosa Street, Suite #104
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2216

Certified copies of a birth record cost $23, while that of a death record cost $21, plus $4 for each additional certified death record. Alternatively, individuals may obtain Bexar County birth and death records online, in person, and by mail from the Vital Statistics Office of Texas DSHS.

Bexar County Probate Court Records

Bexar County probate court records are official files about cases handled by the probate court, including estates, trusts, guardianships, and conservatorships. The Bexar County Clerk is the official custodian of the county's probate court records.

To obtain copies of probate court records, submit a request by mail or in person to the county clerk.

Bexar County Clerk
Probate Department
100 Dolorosa Street, Suite 104
San Antonio, Texas 78205.

Alternatively, interested parties may perform an Estate Search by name or case number on the Bexar County County Clerk & District Clerk court records portal.

Bexar County Property Records

Bexar County property records are official files containing detailed information on land and real properties within the county's boundaries. They typically include ownership history, liens, mortgages, legal descriptions, and property assessments.

Generally considered public records, these records are available upon request to any interested party. The Bexar County Clerk is the official custodian of property records in the county.

Thus, interested parties may obtain Bexar County property records through in-person requests to the Bexar County Clerk's Office at:

100 Dolorosa Street, Suite #104
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Phone: (210) 335-2581

Alternatively, individuals can utilize the county clerk's Official Public Records Search to look up Bexar County land and property documents dating back to the 1800s. Additionally, the county assessor provides interested parties access to a property's tax record through the Property Tax Search Tool.

Bexar County Court Records Online

Beyond the official sources listed above, interested persons can use third-party aggregate websites to look up Bexar County court records online. These websites like courtrecords.us collect and aggregate public records, including court and property records, across multiple jurisdictions and make them accessible to the public.

While most sites require a nominal fee, they offer convenient access to public records through name-based searches.

However, some of the records available on third-party aggregate sites are likely incomplete or outdated. As a result, any public record obtained from a third-party source should be verified against official government records.

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