Bexar County District Court Records

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About the Bexar County District Courts

The Bexar County District Courts are trial courts of general jurisdiction in Bexar County, the fourth most populous county in Texas. Bexar County has an area of 1,256 square miles and over 2 million residents. San Antonia, the second most populous city in Texas, is located in this county.

The Bexar County Court system’s mission statement is “Build a better community through quality services.”

Texas has a total of 488 district courts, and 27 of those are located in Bexar County. These 61 courts include 14 Civil District Courts, 10 Criminal District Courts, and three Juvenile District Courts.

The Bexar County District Courts operate out of the following locations: the Bexar County Courthouse at 100 Dolorosa, San Antonio, TX 78205, which can be reached by calling (210) 335-2011; the Cadena-Reeves Justice Center, 300 Dolorosa, San Antonio, TX 78205; and the Bexar Juvenile Detention Center, 600 Mission Road, San Antonio, TX 78210.

The District Court Clerk is the Hon. Gloria A. Martinez. The Office of the District Courts Clerk is located in the Paul Elizondo Tower at 101 W Nueva, Suite 217, San Antonio, TX 78205, and can be reached by calling (210) 335-2113.

The Bexar County Civil District Courts

Bexar County has 14 Civil District Courts. These courts hear matters involving civil cases relating to malpractice, breach of contract, damages, personal injury, and multidistrict litigation.

The Civil District Courts are all located in the Bexar County Courthouse.

The General Administrative Counsel for the Civil District Courts is Ryan Anderson. You can reach the Civil District Court Administration by calling (210) 335-2300 or faxing (210) 335-2843.

The Bexar County Criminal District Courts

Bexar County has 10 Criminal District Courts. These Courts have original jurisdiction in all felony criminal cases.

Each of the 10 Criminal District Court Judges is elected to a four year term. The office of Criminal District Courts Administration (CDCA) provides administrative support for these courts, including staff attorneys, visiting judges, statistical reports, and substitution for court personnel when needed.

The Bexar County Criminal District Courts all operate out of the Cadena-Reeves Justice Center.

The General Administrative Counsel for the Criminal District Courts is Ana C. Amici. The CDCA is located at the Paul Elizondo Tower, 101 W. Nueva, Suite 301, San Antonio, TX 78205, and can be reached by calling (210) 335-2544.

The Bexar County District Juvenile Courts

The Bexar County Juvenile District Courts hear and decide matters relating to juvenile delinquency, dependency, and juvenile traffic matters. These courts operate out of the Bexar Juvenile Detention Center.

There are three County Juvenile District Courts in Bexar County: the 289th, the 386th, and the 436th.

The Presiding Judge for the 289th Juvenile District Court is the Hon. Rosa Sosa. You can reach the 289th Juvenile District Court by calling (210) 335-1185 or faxing (210) 335-1174.

The Presiding Judge for the 386th Juvenile District Courthouse is the Hon. Jacqueline "Jackie" Valdés. You can reach the 386th Juvenile District Court by calling (210) 335-1150 or faxing (210) 335-1159.

The Presiding Judge for the 436th Juvenile District Court is the Hon. William "Cruz" Shaw. You can reach the 436th Juvenile District Court by calling (210) 335-1194 or faxing (210) 335-7685.

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Facts and Statistics

  1. According to the 2020 U.S. Census, Bexar County’s population is 59.3% Hispanic and is Texas' most populous majority-Hispanic county, and the third largest in the U.S.
  2. The Bexar County District Courts had a clearance rate of 100% at the end of 2022.
  3. With its cornerstone laid in 1892, the Bexar County Courthouse is the largest and oldest continuously operated historic courthouse in Texas.

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