Media

The Bexar County Criminal District Attorney's Office Media Relations Department handles inquires submitted by members of the news media. 

The Media Relations Department helps inform the public of the Offices' initiatives, programs, and high profile court cases through the news media. In addition, the Department is also responsible for coordinating print and television interviews with the District Attorney and other members of the Office, preparing press releases, handling the offices' social media sites, and community outreach.

  1. District Attorney's Office Main Number


Media Inquiries:

If you are a member of the media seeking information from the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, please email us at DAMediaInfo@bexar.org. You may also submit inquiries online.

Records Request:

The following methods are the only means of submitting a written request for records of the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney’s Office:

1. By mail specifically addressed to:      

Attn: Civil Division – Open Records

Bexar County Criminal District Attorney’s Office 

101 W. Nueva St

San Antonio, TX 78205

2. By e-mail to: DAOpenRecords@bexar.org

3. By hand delivery during normal business hours to:   

4th Floor Reception Window of Paul Elizondo Tower

Attn: Civil Division – Open Records

Bexar County Criminal District Attorney’s Office 

101 W. Nueva St

San Antonio, TX 78205

4. By electronic submission through the Bexar County Public Information Request Center: www.bexar.org/openrecords 

  1. S.A. man indicted for Feb. 2021 murder

    A San Antonio man was indicted for a Feb. 2021 murder. It was one of more than 250 felony indictments handed down by Bexar County Grand Juries this week. Read on...
  2. D.A. Joe Gonzales releases Midterm Report

    Bexar County District Attorney Joe Gonzales has released a Midterm Report detailing how the office progressed in the first two years under his leadership, most of which was greatly impacted by COVID-19. Read on...
  3. S.A. man indicted for capital murder of child

    D’Morea Keys is charged with intentionally and knowingly causing the death of Donita Henry-Phillips by shooting Henry-Phillips, a child between the ages of 10-15, with a firearm. Read on...
  4. Bexar County man exonerated for 2009 assault case that was recanted

    A local man convicted in 2010 for a family violence assault has been exonerated with the assistance of the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office Conviction Integrity Unit. Read on...
  5. Woman indicted on charges connected to fatal car accident

    Natalie Saldana is charged with intoxication manslaughter for the Dec. 22, 2019, motor vehicle accident that claimed the life of Fred Jolayami. Read on...
  6. Former BCSO deputy sentenced to prison for exposing himself to child

    This morning, a Bexar County Judge sentenced a former Bexar County Sheriff’s Office deputy to 3 years in prison for exposing himself to a child. Read on...
  7. Man indicted by Bexar County Grand Jury for fatal shooting

    A Bexar County Grand Jury indicted a man for the December 2020 fatal shooting death of another man. Read on...
  8. Bexar County DA Joe Gonzales in Opposition to S.B. 21 in the 87th Texas Legislature

    The limited space in county jails should be reserved for those who are a danger to our community. As currently written, Texas Senate Bill 21 would have a detrimental impact on Texas’ criminal justice system. Read on...
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