Searching Brazoria County warrants is easy if you know where to look. On this page we have collected information to help you in your arrest warrant search in Brazoria County Texas. The Texas Public Information Act ensures that the government of Texas is open and records are accessible to all citizens who request them. No reason is needed to obtain these records. Brazoria County follows the state rule that public records be available to all. These records include arrest records, outstanding warrants, criminal records in addition to vital records such as birth records, death records, marriage records, divorce records, property records and more.
Searching Warrants in Brazoria County
If you believe you may have an arrest warrant in Brazoria County you owe it to yourself to find out for sure. The Brazoria County Sheriff's Department is a great resource for this type of information. The sheriff's department in Brazoria is the oldest such office in Texas and can be located at 3602 County Road 45 in Angleton, Texas. Since the sheriff is in charge of upholding the law they also handle warrants, arrest records and the county jail.
If you decide to go in person be aware that if you have an arrest warrant you risk being taken into custody on the spot. It's best to seek the advice of a lawyer to figure this out before your visit. A lawyer will direct you as to the best way to approach any warrant in your name.
To conduct a search online, Brazoria County offers a court records inquiry tool that allows you to search criminal records, civil records, jail records and family and probate case records. You can search by case number, citation number, defendant name, attorney name, or date of filing. To find jail records you can search by name or date of booking.
Searching Arrest Warrants Across Texas
You may need to expand your search statewide if you're not sure what county an offense took place or don't know exactly where a person lives. That is simple to do. Texas has developed search tools to help citizens do just that so they can obtain the information they seek.
The Texas Department of Public Safety offers an online Criminal History Search System. Using this search tool will give you results for persons convicted of crimes higher than a class B misdemeanor. The data is gathered from all of the state’s law enforcement authorities. The service is free, but you will need to sign up to access this information.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has their own offender search tool that allows you to search inmates currently incarcerated in a TDCJ facility. There is no signup required. You have the option to search by name, TDCJ number or SID number depending on what information you know about that person. The TDCJ manages offenders in state prisons, state jails and correctional facilities that have contracts with the TDCJ in addition to supervising offenders who have been released from prison or are currently on parole.
You always have the option of conducting any records search from this site. The search box above is there to help in your search and will find records instantly. Start any warrant or background search by typing in the name of the person you need records for and choose a state to search in. Our search system will pull records available on file for all 50 U.S. states not just Brazoria County. The benefit of this is you will have access to records nationwide in case the records you're seeking occurred in another state or the person does not live in Texas.
Brazoria County Court Records
The place to go for court records is the district clerk of Brazoria County. The district clerk is the registrar, recorder, and custodian of all documents related to court cases in Brazoria County. The office's responsibility is to index and secure all court records, collect filing fees, and manage various other matters of the courts. The department maintains records dating all the way back to 1832, when Texas was still considered part of Mexico. The district clerk is open Monday through Friday between 8am and 5pm if you are visiting in person.
Because the Texas Constitution limits each county to one central county court, statutory county courts were created to aid the main county court in its judicial functions in more populated counties. The county courts at Law in Brazoria County are general jurisdiction courts. Each has jurisdiction over the following:
acriminal misdemeanor cases
acivil cases up to $200,000
afamily law cases
acondemnation/eminent domain cases
aappeals from justice and municipal courts
The county court of law can be found at 111 E. Locust, Angleton, Texas. There are 4 of them in all located at this address. Each has a different room number. If you want to look up individual contact information you can do that from this link. On the left the county court at laws are listed. Click on the one you need for the specific address.
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Brazoria County Sheriff
3602 County Road 45
Angleton, TX 77515
Central & West: 979-849-2441
Brazoria County Courthouse
111 E. Locust St,
Angleton, TX 77515
Hours: Monday to Friday 8am-5pm
Brazoria District Clerk
111 E. Locust St., Suite 500
Angleton, TX 77515-4678
Brazoria County Clerk
111 E. Locust, Room 200
Angleton, Texas 77515
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