Brazos County Texas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1166)Brazos County Jails & Prisons
Brazos County Detention Center1835 Sandy Point RoadBryanTX77807979-361-4800
Brazos County Jails & Prisons
Brazos County Jail1835 Sandy Point RoadBryanTX77807979-361-4800
Brazos County Prison1835 Sandy Point RoadBryanTX77807979-361-4800
College Station Jail2611 Texas Avenue SouthCollege StationTX77840979-764-3641
Fpc Bryan1100 Ursuline AvenueBryanTX77803979-823-1879
Hamilton Prison (Pre-Release Facility)200 Lee Morrison LaneBryanTX77807979-779-1633
R. J. Holmgreen Juvenile Justice Center1904 West State Highway 21BryanTX77803979-361-1831
Brazos County Sheriff Department
Brazos County Sheriffs Office1700 Texas 21BryanTX77803979-361-4900
Brazos County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Brazos County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Brazos County Judicial Records Inmate Search
Jail Population Held for State Prison43
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail61
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail5
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies26
Jail Population Held for ICE24
Pretrial Jail Population450
Female Pretrial Jail Population38
Male Pretrial Jail Population222
Total Jail Admissions9,234
Total Jail Population598
Female Jail Population66
Male Jail Population507
Asian Jail Population1
Black Jail Population269
Latino Jail Population129
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population174
Total Prison Population1,149
Female Prison Population109
Male Prison Population1,040
Total Prison Admissions562
Female Prison Admissions107
Male Prison Admissions455
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions240
Latino Prison Admissions127
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions194
Other Prison Admissions1
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population576
Latino Prison Population256
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population315
Other Prison Population2

Court Records in Brazos County Texas

Getting access to Court Records in Brazos County is a great way to learn about a person’s past. The county has three district courts that hear criminal and civil cases. District Courts have original jurisdiction over felony cases and concurrent jurisdiction with the County Courts at Law. To search court records, visit the court’s website or call 972-376-3800. To get more information about the process of obtaining court records in Brazos County, Texas, visit the office of the Clerk of the Peace in person.

The courthouses in Brazos County are where legal disputes are handled. The two main types of courts in the county are criminal and civil. While the criminal courts prosecute people who break the law, civil courts help to settle disputes between citizens. The public can access these records by contacting their local government officials or by filling out an online form. In addition to this, a person can search for their own records in these courts.

The criminal courts in Brazos County keep files on people’s criminal records. These records are public. This means that you can get copies of any court documents that you need to see. These records can be very valuable if you have been charged with a crime and are not able to appear in court. This is why it is so important to get copies of these documents. If you are a victim of a crime, a copy of these records can be very helpful in getting justice for yourself.

The County Courts at Law are the courts where criminal proceedings are decided. The County Courts at Law in Brazos County have a large jurisdiction and are often used to hear appeals. The district courts and the county court are governed by a different statute, which means that they have identical jurisdiction. However, they do have access to some vital records and documents in the courthouse. The judiciary is responsible for deciding the evidence in the case.

The County Courts at Law in Brazos County are independent courts created by the state legislature. The first one was established in 1977. In 1986, the second was established. The counties at Law in Brazos County have identical jurisdiction, and they are often the first court to hear appeals. They also have administrative appeals. For example, a county may dismiss a case after a court has ordered a hearing.

In addition to criminal cases, Brazos County has a large collection of vital records. These include marriage licenses and divorces. Additionally, they contain records of bankruptcy, payroll, military discharges, and other important documents. For a more detailed list of the courthouse records in Brazos County, you can also visit the website of the District Clerk in the county. Its location page contains links to other vital documents.