If you want to start a search for court documents and court records, the first place to start is the internet. If you want to gain some information about recent court decisions and updated court orders, thats where you should look. Due to some recently implemented laws, the access to online government databases has become limited. However, there are still some online court databases that provide certain court records and documents.
Aside from online databases, you should also find other sources that hold those kinds of files. One of the great alternatives to online databases is the court itself. Most of the time, court documents are typed, printed out, and kept inside the court. If you want to gain access to them, you might have to go to the district and county court. You may contact the district court of Presidio County at P.O. Box 789, 320 N Highland, Marfa, TX 79843. Before visiting, you should give them a call regarding the files you want to take a look at. Some courts require a formal letter of request before handing over information to you. This district court is open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM and from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. You can call them at (432) 729-4812 and 729-3857.
You can also visit the county clerk recorders office at 320 N Highland Ave, Courthouse, Marfa, TX 79843. They may have the records you are looking for. This office is open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. You can contact them at (432) 729-4812.
There are several public libraries within Presidio County, Texas, which can be a great help to you. The full list can be viewed by visitinghttp://www.everylibrary.com/county/Presidio-TX.html. Examples of these libraries are the City of Presidio Library at Orielly St, Presidio, Texas 79845 and the Marfa Public Library located at 115 E Oak St, Marfa, Texas 79843. You may call the City of Presidio Library at (432) 229-3317 while the Marfa Public Library can be contacted at (432) 729-4631.