Harris County Court Records

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Harris County Court Records Online

Harris County Court Records refer to the court records maintained by the Harris county courts. Harris county courts maintain records related to probate, civil and criminal cases, divorce etc. Generally, court records are open to public under Texas law. Furthermore, all attorneys in any court are guaranteed access to Harris Country Court Records. There are multiple ways the public can request for Country Court Records including in person, via mail and online.

In order to make an in person request for Harris County Court Reports, you need to visit the clerk?s desk at the Harris county courts. In order to inspect or obtain copies of Harris Country Court Records, you must provide the clerk of the Harris County Court valid photograph identification such as state ID or driver?s license and a file request form. A convenient way to make a request for Harris County Court Records is online. By logging onto the website of the Harris county court, attorneys and the public can access case records.

After being electronically transported, the Harris Court Records are formatted and placed on the online database. Court case records from all Harris county courthouses are what the database includes. Online searches for Harris Court Records can be performed using case name, court, attorney, or disposition dates. At times, the public is able to access the database and perform search for records at no charge. However, to perform advance searches or access full case histories, you?ll have to pay a fee.

By using online databases, you can gain convenient access to Harris County Court Records. You can use the online database of the Harris county court to track cases filed in various Harris county courthouses. The records that would usually be available in person or via mail can now be accessed and retrieved online through public databases. By the viewing the online equivalent of the clerk’s file docket, the public can virtually inspect the court cases and extract the Harris County Court Information they need.

Most County Court Records are available online. However, you need to keep in mind that, as the Harris County Court Records aren?t immediately updated online, the website of the Harris County Court may not have all the information that you need. Furthermore, the records available online are for informational purposes and may not include detailed reports. Nonetheless, making a request for records online is an easy and convenient way to access Court Records online.

Harris County Court Records
Harris County Court Records

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  1. says:

    Lonnie, you will want to reach out to the Harris County Clerk of the Courts. They will be able to assist you with locating a court docket from 2007, or they’ll be able to direct you to the proper channels. Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide you with any court dockets as our resources are for online research purposes only.

  2. says:

    I need to find the docket number for a case that took place in 2007 concerning a relative who was a temporary patient at Harris County Psychiatry Center. The relative chanlleged her stay at the center and the judge granted her challenge.

  3. says:

    Looking for a case number and court number for adoption that took place some time between June 1965 to September 1965. This is for myself tying to locate my birth mother.

  4. says:

    Your best option to obtain these Harris county court records is to contact the relevant Harris county courthouse clerk, where the man was convicted of this crime. The court clerk can better assist you with the limited amount of information you have

  5. says:

    In 1966-67, as first grader, I was molested by a man across the street who was arrested, and charged and sentenced to jail for 90 days.

    How may I find the records for his arrest, the trial, that I attended, and the conviction. I remember his last name, Rudasill (sp?). My name was Karen Lynn McCoy and address at the time was 6110 Newquay, Houston, TX 77045. He lived directly across the street on Newquay.
    Thanks for your help.

  6. says:

    Did you contact our customer support in the member’s area about your search? If there are not any Harris County court records available we can certainly issue you a refund.

  7. says:

    I did divorce search on Gari Meacham
    Harris county Katy tx. And paid $2.95
    But didn’t get report

  8. says:

    I would hope that since you are a hurricane survivor that the Harris county law enforcement agencies and courts will be understanding since many people are having similar issues. Our sympathies go out to you and we would be happy to assist you further if you can provide us with your full name, age and address so we can lookup your warrant and court records for you. You can also contact the Harris County Court Clerk or Harris County Sheriff Department to verify any information.

    Please accept our condolences for your situation, a natural disaster is a terrible thing that many people have had to suffer through this year. We are happy to assist you in any way we can so please do not hesitate to reach out to us for an additional assistance.

    Harris County District Clerk Address

    P.O. Box 4651
    Houston, Texas 77210
    Phone: (281) 464-0115

    Harris County Sheriff Department Address

    19818 Franz Rd
    Katy, TX 77449
    Phone:(281) 647-9371

  9. says:

    i have court tomorrow morning but im a hurricane survivor and i have no court attire and i have no vehicle i like about 45 50 min away from houston…i font want to get a warrant issued for my arrest…what if anything can i do

  10. says:


    You will want to contact the Harris County Court Clerk to resolve any warrant related issues. You will have to pay the court fines and depending on the nature of the warrant you might be able to handle this without any jail time.

    Resolving Harris County Warrants

    1. Contact the Harris County court clerk
    2. Download the appropriate forms or call 713.837.0311 to resolve your case
    3. Pay the court fees and any outstanding fines
    4. Request to have your warrant dismissed if applicable

  11. says:

    I belive I have 2 or 1 warrants I need to get fixed but I’m not not sure how can i, I’m wondering if I need to call a number or go to a court

  12. says:


    To search for your upcoming Harris County Court date you will need to contact the Harris County Court Clerk for this information. Our resources are for online court records, unfortunately we do not have a relationship with the county courts.

    How to Lookup My Court Date

    1. Contact the county court where you are due to appear
    2. Call or visit the county court clerk
    3. Provide your identification and request your court date

  13. says:

    How can I search for my upcoming court date?

  14. says:

    Hello Gregorio,

    Our Harris County Court Records are for online reference only. We do not have a relationship with the Harris County Courts or the Motor Vehicle Department. You should reach out to the Harris County Court Clerk for information about how to pay your traffic ticket. Below is a link to their website. Please reach out if there are any additional court records we can assist you with.


    Best Regards,

    The Search Quarry Team

  15. says:

    I need to pay my traffic ticket but I don’t know how much I have to pay. my name is Gregorio Roman Ramirez

  16. says:

    Hello James,

    I am happy to lookup your arrest record online for you however it’s for reference only. If you need an official copy of your Harris County Arrest Record you should contact the Harris County District Clerk. You can purchase a copy of your arrest record for around $20. I have included a link to the Harris County District Court Clerk below. Please reach out if there are any additional court or public records we can assist you with.


    Best Regards,

    The Search Quarry Team

  17. says:

    I need a copy of my arrest record. I need it because Customs need’s it to get a Gate pass “Badge” for me. I’m 51 I was 18 in pasadena for failing to pay a triffic fine. When I was 16.

Last Updated: 2016-10-04

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