Travis County Texas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1702)Travis County Jails & Prisons
Travis County Central Booking509 West 11th StreetAustinTX78701512-854-9889
Travis County Jails & Prisons
Travis County Correctional Complex3614 Bill Price RoadDel ValleTX78617512-854-4180
Travis County Jail / Central Booking Facility500 West 10th StreetAustinTX78701512-854-9770
Travis County Unit8101 Farm to Market 969AustinTX78724512-926-4482
Gardner-Betts Juvenile Justice Center2515 South Congress AvenueAustinTX78704512-854-7059
Meurer Intermediate Sanctions Center2515 South Congress AvenueAustinTX78704512-854-7000
Travis County Sheriff Departments
Travis County Sheriffs Department - Central Area Command5555 Airport BoulevardAustinTX78751512-854-9396
Travis County Sheriffs Department - East Area Command7811 Burleson Manor RoadManorTX78653512-854-9721
Travis County Sheriffs Office - West Area Command3800 Hudson Bend RoadAustinTX78734512-854-9728
Travis County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Travis County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Travis County Sheriff's Office Website
Travis Police Department Inmate Search
Jail Population Held for State Prison15
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison8
Jail Population Held for State Jail7
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail8
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies2
Jail Population Held for ICE2
Pretrial Jail Population1,847
Female Pretrial Jail Population193
Male Pretrial Jail Population1,431
Total Jail Admissions48,657
Total Jail Population2,468
Female Jail Population261
Male Jail Population2,090
Asian Jail Population14
Black Jail Population776
Latino Jail Population783
Native Jail Population1
White Jail Population777
Total Prison Population4,361
Female Prison Population252
Male Prison Population4,109
Total Prison Admissions2,270
Female Prison Admissions248
Male Prison Admissions2,022
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions708
Latino Prison Admissions930
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions623
Other Prison Admissions9
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population1,497
Latino Prison Population1,793
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population1,051
Other Prison Population20

Court Records in Travis County Texas

Travis County courts are the civil county courts of law in Texas. These courts conduct bench trials and jury trials and have different rules. They can be found at the Travis County Clerk’s Office. The local courthouses also have public access terminals, but you must create an account to access these resources. These are important records to know because you will need them if you are going to file a lawsuit. They can provide you with a summary of any case in Travis County.

The District Clerk of Travis County Texas is the official record keeper of the court. All cases filed in this court have been recorded. The Travis County District Clerk also maintains the records for certain misdemeanor cases. The District Clerk’s office is also responsible for preparing writs, abstracts of judgments, warrants, and commitment documents. These documents are available online, and can be searched with the help of public library databases.

The Travis County District Clerk has the custody of the records for felony and misdemeanor cases. They are responsible for carrying out court decisions, issuing writs, and enclosing papers in protective sleeves. The Travis County Archives is working to digitize the old district court records. It is currently making progress with the help of the Portal to Texas History. The documents will be available online within a few days.

The County Archives is responsible for archiving case files from 1840 onwards. This office preserves historical District Court case papers, and will give them archival treatment if you request it. The Archives will remove staples, flatten rolled pages, and enclose fragile items in protective sleeves. The District Clerk’s office is responsible for keeping minutes of all civil and criminal proceedings.

The District Clerk is another important Austin court. She keeps the records of felony and some misdemeanor cases. She is responsible for appointing guardians, issuing writs, and preparing commitment documents. During the trial, the District Clerk will take down the proceedings, and you will have access to them within a week. All of this information can be very useful to you. You will be able to use this information for any legal matter.

The District Clerk’s office also holds the records of civil and criminal cases. It is a statutory court that hears both jury and bench trials. It has several rules and regulations regarding access to the records, including not bringing in a firearm or destroying evidence. The District Clerk’s office maintains the records of civil and criminal proceedings. By using the digitized copies of the documents, you can find the details of your past.