Court Dockets and Records Investigation for Victoria County, Texas

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Victoria County is a complicated county of the state of Texas. It is considered the county that crosses between the cities of Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. Finding specific records can take a little longer.

Victoria County has twelve court divisions. Just visit the nearest courthouse in your area. Victoria County has four district courts located along Bridge Street. You can call them at 361-575-0581 and ask which one can serve you best. The constitutional court is located at Room 102 in the same city. This court can be reached at 361-574-4558.

Two county courts are also located within the area. One court can be found at Room 203 and can be reached at 361-575-4550. The other court can be found at Room 127 and can be reached at 361-575-7195. Four justice of peace courts are located separately in different cities and streets. You can either go to the cities of Ben Wilson and Mockingbird or to the streets of Navarro and Glass.

The municipal court is located along West Juan Linn Street. Otherwise, you can ask help from the county clerk at 361-575-1478 or fax to 361-575-62760.

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