The Circuit Clerk is responsible for maintaining complete and accurate records of the court; collecting, accounting for and disbursing all monies paid into the court; and performing other duties as necessary, to assist the court in performing it’s duties.
Some of the duties of a court clerk are:
- Receive, process, and maintain the judgments, rules, orders and all other proceedings of the court.
- Issue process: summons, subpoenas, executions, garnishments, sequestrations, judgments, orders and commitments.
- Collect and disburse fines and costs.
- Collect and disburse other monies paid into court as ordered by the court.
- Preserve the court seal and other property of the office.
- Provide uniform case reporting.
- Enter all case records into state system for child support collection.
The Texas County Circuit Clerk’s Office is comprised of 7 different divisions:
The office is located in the Justice Center on the second floor. The office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The office honors state and federal holidays.
To access public case information, please go to Case.net. If you access cases just in the 25th Circuit you will be accessing real-time data, meaning once the information is entered in the Clerk’s Office then it will be seen on Case.net. If you are doing a search for all circuits there may be a lag in data up to 3 hours.
Please be aware the Circuit Clerk’s Office employees are prohibited by law from responding to requests for legal advice. All such requests should be made directly with a licensed attorney.