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Information about Cases & Dockets

Find My Case and Court Date

Find Daily Dockets

Find Cases for School Districts by Docket Date(s)

Find Cases for School District Officers by Offense Date(s)

Find Cases for Law Enforcement Agencies by Docket Date(s)

Find Cases for Law Enforcement Agencies by Offense Date(s)

Find All Cases for an Attorney or Merchant

Find Cases by Date Range for an Attorney or Merchant

Find Cases for a Bond Company or Bondsmen

Find Cases Using a Drivers License Number

Find Cases Using a SPN (JIMS System Person Number)

Note: this query only searches case records in the Justice Courts (JCIS).
It does NOT search records in the Harris County Justice Information System (JIMS).

Downloadable Data Extracts

These data extracts can be requested for all case types or just for a specific case type (e.g., Eviction Cases). Extracts can be requested for a single day or for a date range (not to exceed 14 days). The data extracts are offered in three (3) file formats: a tab-delimited text file, comma-separated values, and XML

Data Extracts for Criminal and Traffic Cases

Criminal and Traffic Cases Filed

Criminal and Traffic Cases Set

Criminal and Traffic Cases Disposed

Driver Safety Course Applications Accepted
(and Court Costs Paid)

Data Extracts for Civil Cases

Includes Small Claims Cases, Eviction Cases, and Justice Court Suits

Civil Cases Filed

Civil Cases Set

Civil Cases Disposed

General Information

The Harris County Justices of the Peace and the Clerks of the Harris County Justice Courts are not allowed to give legal advice. You are urged to review the applicable laws and to consult an attorney of your choice for further information or answers to specific legal questions.

You have the right to a trial by a jury and to be represented by an attorney of your choice, or to represent yourself.

Disclaimer: The law is constantly changing and there may be times when the information on this web site will not be current. This information is provided for general informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. This information is not a comprehensive treatment of the subject and is not a substitute for advice from an attorney.