How to Find Court Records in Terry County, Texas

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The benefits of retrieving court records are immeasurable. You can look into archived court dockets to use as a resource material for a particular lawsuit. These court files can help you trace who your ancestors are and to find out a persons marital status. You can use them to identify whether a person is offensive or not. Terry County is not that big. However, it is within the boundaries of the State of Texas. You still have to be on guard from the people you frequently bump into. This article will help you learn how to find court records within the county.

Terry County has only four courthouse divisions that are located on the main street in Brownfield. Each of them only has one branch. Other counties of Texas have at least five divisions with four branches or even more than that.

The exact address of the Terry County district court is 500 W Main, Room 209E, Brownfield, TX 79316. Dial 806-637-4202 if you want to talk to them by phone. Otherwise, you can look for the county clerk for further assistance. He is also willing to talk to you through email at [email protected].

The constitutional court is located at 500 W Main Room 102, Brownfield TX 79316. Their contact numbers are 806-637-6421 for phone and 806-637-9782 for fax.

The exact address of the Terry County Justice of the Peace Court is 500 W Main Room 4B, Brownfield TX 79316. Their contact numbers are 806-637-4757 for phone and 806-637-9782 for fax. The municipal court is located at 218 W Main St, Brownfield TX 79316. They are only available to answer your requests through phone at 806-637-7776.

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