How do I look up charges in Tarrant County?

How do I look up charges in Tarrant County?

For more information, call (512) 424-5079. The criminal history records of others can be accessed by third parties through the Criminal History Search website. It allows interested persons to search offenders with Class B misdemeanors, Class C convictions, or higher.

How do I find out if someone is in jail in Tarrant County?

To find out if someone is in custody in a Tarrant County Jail facility: Search the Tarrant County Inmate Search page. Call Tarrant County Jail Information: (817) 884-3116 and (817) 884-3117.

How long does it take to get booked in Tarrant County?

Every other municipality is now using the Central Magistration system, which brings us to the Number 1 criticism of the new system: The process of being booked in, bonded, and booked-out can now take 4 to 48 hours instead of what could have been done with a walk-through or a 1 to 2-hour process.

Where do I Find my Tarrant County Texas arrest records?

Arrest Records are part of a broader criminal record, which includes an individual’s entire criminal history, including Tarrant County, Texas arrests, charges, convictions, and incarcerations. These records are typically kept by the Tarrant County Court, Tarrant County Police Department, Tarrant County Clerk’s Office, and certain Federal Agencies.

How to contact Tarrant County Criminal Court Administrator?

Accessibility Notice: Due to the complexity of the preceding documents, some of these documents are scanned images. If you require assistance in accessing the information, please contact the Criminal Courts Administrator’s office at 817-884-2797. Please visit the First Offender Drug Program website for more information.

How much is the Tarrant County district clerk’s office?

The District Clerk’s Office charges a $120 initiation fee as well as a $35 monthly fee to use this service. The public can also request the District Clerk to help search for court records. Each search attracts a nominal charge of $5. The Clerk accepts requests for copies of court records.

Is the Tarrant County Jail a public service?

Tarrant County provides the information contained in this web site as a public service. Every effort is made to ensure that information provided is correct.