If the person you are speaking to sounds intimidating, check his background by means of a public court dockets search. In Colorado County, they have a courthouse where you can find particular court files using a persons name. There is an elected official known as the clerk of court to help you process specific condensed versions of court decisions.
This article will give you directions as to where you can search for public court records in Colorado County. A district court is located at 400 Spring Street, Room 210E, Columbus, TX 78934. You can go there at once or use the same address to send a message through your local post office. You can also call them at 979-732-2536 or send a fax to 979-732-2591.
You can find the constitutional court in Room 103 of the aforementioned address. You can call them at 979-732-2155 or fax to 979-732-8852 for direct customer assistance.
Colorado County has several justice court and municipal court divisions in three different cities. Precinct 1/3 is in Columbus, Precinct 2 is in Weimar, and Precinct 4 is in Eagle Lake.
There are three municipal court branches. You can call the Columbus branch at 979-732-3981. The Weimar court can be contacted at 979-725-8554, and the Eagle Lake court can be contacted at 979-234-2640.
The county clerk is in Suite 103 of the district court building. Their telephone number is (979) 732-2155, while their fax number is (979)732-8852. You can follow up with your requests by emailing [email protected]