Most states and their counties do not provide online databases for court records, court dockets, court proceedings, and court decisions. Looking for court records online may not be the best place to start. Information about court records is often restricted and access to them is limited. Most of the time, your best bet is to approach primary sources like courts.
One of the first places you should visit to find court records is the Sterling County 51st District Court. This district and county courthouse is located at 609 4th St, Sterling City, TX 76951. You can call first and ask for their office hours at (325) 378-5191. This district and county court is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every Monday through Thursday, and from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Fridays. Their official website is http://www.co.sterling.tx.us/, although information may be limited there.
Another alternative to the district court is the Sterling County Justice of the Peace Court. This court can be mailed at P.O. Box 983, Sterling City, TX 76951. This court can also be contacted at (325) 378-3761.
The district and county clerk is the person responsible for keeping tabs on all county records and vital information. The county clerk can be contacted by calling (325) 378-5191. The office of the county clerk is also found in the district and county court of Sterling County. Gaining information about court proceedings, court dockets and court decisions may be difficult, but it can be done if you go through the proper channels and write formal request letters.