How to Find Public Court Dockets in Brown County, Texas

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Basically, there are two ways to find public court dockets and other relevant court decisions in Brown County. You can either to talk to a clerk of court or visit a nearby courthouse.

If you prefer talking in private, you can get in touch with a clerk of court. Their office is located at 200 South Broadway, Room 101 Brownwood. They accept phone calls at (325) 643-2594 and fax messages at (325) 643-1685. You can also send an email to [email protected]. You can find another clerk in Suite 216 at the same address. You may contact them by phone at (325) 646-5514 or by fax at (325) 643-1685. You may also email [email protected].

In terms of Brown County courthouses, you can find the district court nearby the clerks office. You can call them at 325-646-5514. The constitutional court is located in Room 109. You can contact them by phone at 325-643-2828 or by fax at 325-646-7013.

Brown County has only one Court-at-Law that can be found in Room 208, nearby the other courts. You may contact them by phone at 325-646-5859 or by fax at 325-646-5980. Four precinct branches of the justice court can be found in Room 200. You can contact Precincts 1 and 4 by phone at 325-643-2688 or by fax at 325-646-6437. You can contact Precincts 2 and 3 by phone at 325-643-5962 and by fax at 325-641-2382.

One branch of the municipal court can be contacted at P.O. Box 188, Bangs, Texas and can be reached by phone at 325-752-6223. Another one is located at 1050 West Commerce Street, Brownwood and can be reached at 325-646-6947. Or, you can go to the branch at 960 Early Boulevard, P.O. Box 3100, Early, Texas. You can contact their office at 325-646-5322.

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