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The Dallas County District Courts are trial courts of general jurisdiction in Dallas County, the second-most populous county in Texas and the ninth-most populous in the United States. These courts serve approximately 2.6 million people, living and working in the county’s 990 square miles. The Dallas County District Courts have concurrent jurisdiction with the Dallas County Courts at Law.
To serve its population, the District Courts in Dallas County specialize in civil, criminal, juvenile, and family law matters. There are 13 Civil District Courts, 21 Criminal District Courts, 7 Family District Courts, and 2 Juvenile District Courts. Each District Court has a Presiding Judge, who is assisted by Associate Judges and Visiting Judges.
The Dallas County District Clerk is the Hon. Felicia Pitre. The Clerk’s Office is located at George L. Allen Sr. Courts Building, 600 Commerce St., Suite 103, Dallas, TX 75202. You can reach the Clerk’s Office by calling (214) 653-7307.
The Dallas County Civil District Courts
The Civil District Courts specialize in handling civil matters, such as legal disputes between two or more parties. The 13 Dallas County Civil District Courts are the 14th, 44th, 68th, 95th, 101st, 116th, 134th, 160th, 162nd, 191st, 192nd, 193rd, and 298th District Courts.
The Presiding Judge of the 160th Civil District Court is the Hon. Aiesha Redmond. This Court is located at the George Allen Courts Building on the 6th Floor of the East Tower. You can reach the 160th District Court by calling (214) 653-7271.
The Presiding Judge of the Civil Tax Court is the Hon. Carl Ginsberg. The Civil Tax Court is located at the George Allen Courts Building, and can be reached by calling (214) 653-6010.
The Dallas County Criminal District Courts
The Criminal District Courts of Dallas County handle criminal matters, such as felonies and misdemeanors. The 21 Criminal District Courts in Dallas County include the 194th, 195th, 203rd, 204th, 265th, 282nd, 283rd, 291st, 292nd, and 363rd District Courts. The remaining courts are Criminal District Courts Nos. 1 to 7, and Auxiliary Courts 1, 6, 6b, and 8. All of the Criminal District Courts are located at the Frank Crowley Courts Building, 133 N. Riverfront Blvd., LB 26, Dallas, TX 75207.
The Criminal Presiding Judge is the Hon. Hector Garza, who can be reached by calling (214) 653-5810.
The Criminal District Courts Magistrates are the Hon. Steven Autry and the Hon. Lela Mays. You can reach the Criminal District Courts Magistrate’s Office at the Frank Crowley Courts Building by calling (214) 653-5790.
The Dallas County Family District Courts
The Family District Courts of the Dallas County District Courts specializes in handling family law matters, such as child custody and visitation issues. There seven Family District Courts in Dallas County are the 254th, 255th, 256th, 301st, 302nd, 303rd, and 330th Family District Courts.
The Presiding Judge of the 330th Family District Court is the Hon. Andrea Plumlee. This District Court is located at the George Allen Courts Building in Suite 320. You can reach by calling (214) 653-7207.
The Dallas County Juvenile District Courts
The Juvenile District Courts address matters of juvenile delinquency and juvenile dependency. There are two Juvenile District Courts in Dallas County: the 304th Juvenile District Court and the 305th Juvenile District Court. Both courts are located at the Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Center, 2600 Lone Star Drive, Dallas, TX 75212.
The Presiding Judge of the 304th Juvenile District Court is the Hon. Andrea Martin. You can reach this Court by calling (214) 698-4914 or by emailing the Court Coordinator at Temecca.Williamson@dallascounty.org.
The Presiding Judge of the 305th Juvenile District Court is the Hon. Cheryl Lee Shannon. You can reach this Court by calling (214) 698-4917, or by emailing the Court Coordinator on Tracie.Broadnax@dallascounty.org.
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