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Get Free Texas Circuit Court Access and Public Records

By Edited May 25, 2016 0 1

You really can get Texas Circuit court access and view public records for free! The state offers up this great information on their judicial website. It's a great way to look up all kinds of information at no charge. As you likely know, there are many sites out there that charge for this type of information, but there's really no need to pay. The state will allow free Texas circuit court access and public records searches by using their site. No credit card needed! Never pay for this information again!

To get your free Texas circuit court access to public records, you'll need to visit the state's judicial page. To begin, log on to courts.state.tx.us and you'll be able to get all of the information you're looking for at no charge, in a matter of minutes.

On the main page, you'll notice that you have several options available. You can get Texas circuit court access and public records information on the far right hand side of the screen, in the red section.

To get Texas circuit court access, simply choose the case search link. Now, you can enter the case number and view the details of any specific case you wish. There is plenty of other public records information available as well, so take a good look.

If you don't have the specific case number, you can still get Texas circuit court access and public records at no charge. To do this, click on the same case search link as described previously. When you are directed to the new page, scroll down, near the bottom. In blue, you'll see a link on the left side of the screen for a list of search capable county systems. Click on this link, and you'll be directed to a new screen.

You'll notice that the vast majority of the counties are in blue, meaning that they offer Texas circuit court access and public records information on line. Click on the appropriate county to continue with your search.

You can now search cases by name, making it much easier for most people. You will need to know what county the case took place in to use this method for Texas circuit court access and public records.

Be sure to be responsible when you use your Texas circuit court access and public records information. Keep in mind that a trial doesn't always end in a conviction. To find this information, you'll need to see the disposition section of the case details. Don't jump to conclusions, you are presumed innocent until found guilty.

You can look up plenty of other public records using this site, it's not just for Texas circuit court access. Check it out, it's free and available for your use. There really is no need to pay for this information.



Jul 10, 2010 2:42pm
Great article, Jason! :)
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