Civil Court Cases

Civil cases do not deal with criminal actions, but rather with disputes between private parties. A civil case can be defined as a personal action instituted to compel payment or the performance of some other act. The end purpose of most civil cases is to obtain a judgment for money, but judgment is sometimes sought to either compel or enjoin some action.  The County Clerk's office maintains the civil case files for the County Courts at Law.
                                To search Court Record Index Information online,
                                           please visit our 
Court Index Search.

Please note that the County Clerk's office cannot offer legal advice.  You will need to contact an attorney of your choice, or one of the following organizations may be able to provide some assistance:

Lone Star Legal Aid: (254) 756-7944
Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service: (800) 252-9690; www.texasbar.com
Texas Law Help: http://texaslawhelp.org
Texas State Law Library: https://www.sll.texas.gov/self-help/

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