Waller County Texas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1748)Waller County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Waller County Jail701 Calvit StreetHempsteadTX77445979-826-8282
Waller County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Waller County Sheriffs Office / Waller County Jail701 Calvit StreetHempsteadTX77445979-826-8282
Waller County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Waller County Government Court Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison1
Jail Population Held for State Jail3
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies2
Jail Population Held for ICE1
Pretrial Jail Population51
Female Pretrial Jail Population5
Male Pretrial Jail Population28
Total Jail Admissions2,017
Total Jail Population85
Female Jail Population5
Male Jail Population58
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population39
Latino Jail Population10
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population14
Total Prison Population174
Female Prison Population6
Male Prison Population168
Total Prison Admissions81
Female Prison Admissions6
Male Prison Admissions75
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions43
Latino Prison Admissions17
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions21
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population82
Latino Prison Population33
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population59
Other Prison Population

Searching For Court Records in Waller County Texas

If you are searching for public court records in Waller County, you’ve come to the right place. This website contains a variety of Waller County court records, including civil, criminal, family, and probate records. It also contains traffic and driving records, as well as calendars and dockets for all types of cases, including those related to traffic tickets. You can also search for public court records in the Waller, Texas, area using the National Archives Order Reproductions site.

To obtain court records in Waller County, you must submit a written request. A request under the Texas Public Information Act must be submitted in writing. You cannot make an open records request over the telephone. When submitting a written request, you must include your name, address, phone number, and a detailed description of the records you are seeking. You may mail the form or drop it off in person at the office. E-mails will also be accepted.

The Waller County public records are available online. You can also find information about individuals from other areas of Texas. You can look up criminal records in Waller County by searching through the Texas Department of Public Safety’s website. If you’re a resident of the city of Waller, you can use the online public records site to search for public court records. There, you’ll be able to find information about people in your neighborhood, whether they’re living in Texas or not.

You can also find information about civil cases and other legal actions in the Waller County courts. The Federal Civil Courts also keep records about bankruptcy, civil rights, disputes between banks and financial institutions, and military discharges. You can obtain these records by contacting the local county court in person or by mail. These records are free and accessible to the public, and you can access them whenever you need them. You can even search through the online public courts in Waller County to get more information.

When it comes to civil and criminal matters, the Waller Municipal Court is the place to go. This court handles the misdemeanor and petty cases that occur in the city. Every case is handled individually and the court will take the case in the most fair and impartial manner possible. However, if you are in legal trouble, you should visit the court in person as your failure to do so can result in the loss of your driver’s license and additional fines.

The Waller County court is the local government for the city of the same name. If you want to access court records, you must write a letter to the county court. Typically, you can mail or deliver a letter to the county offices. You can also send a letter, but you need to ensure that the letter is addressed to the correct person. If it is a legal matter, the waller Municipal Court will not accept a request for personal information.