General Rules of the Statutory County Courts At Law of Bexar Count, Civil District Court Rules, Electronic Court Documents and Criminal District Court Rules.
About our Offices
The Central Magistrate Division, located in the Bexar County Jail, processes all arrests made within Bexar County that are Class B or Higher.
The Civil Operations Division
accepts all new suits and
subsequent filings for civil and
some family-related matters filed
in the Bexar County District Courts.
Criminal Operations Division files all
felony indictments, issues
subpoenas, sets the case for the first
settings and processes all criminal
appeals and post-conviction writs.
Additionally, this Division serves as
clerk of the court for all Bexar County
Criminal District Courts.
The Civil Courts Division is
responsible for maintaining the civil
courts' daily non-jury dockets on all
civil and family matters.
The Finance Division maintains the Court Registry. This includes monies deposited from lawsuits, cash bonds, cash bail bonds, and any other funds tendered to the clerk for deposit. The department also issues demand notices for costs and collect fees.
This Division files all petitions for
Juvenile Delinquent Conduct and
Children in Need of Supervision,
issues subpoenas, set cases for
hearing, and prepares the appeals
on these cases. They also file
Applications for Sealing of Juvenile
Records and Applications for
The Bexar County District Clerk's
Office is a certified U.S Passport
processing center. We accept walkins
Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm in our Finance Department.
Records and Archives
The Records Division answers public inquiries as to the status and disposition of civil cases filed in this office, while the Archives section maintains all historical documents for the District Clerk's Office.