Gail Courts

See Gail TX courts and search free public court records. Courts are legal institutions which resolve disputes between parties and rule on legal cases related to civil, criminal, and administrative matters.


Borden County Court 117 Wasson Road Gail TX 79738 806-756-4391


Gail Justice of Peace Court 117 Wasson Road Gail TX 79738 806-756-4380

O'Donnell Justice of Peace Court 1015 9th Street O'Donnell TX 79351 25.7 miles from Gail 806-428-3711

O'Donnell Municipal Court 400 Small Street O'Donnell TX 79351 25.7 miles from Gail 806-428-3229

Garza District Court 400 South 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 28.9 miles from Gail 806-872-3740

Dawson County Courthouse 400 South 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 28.9 miles from Gail 806-872-7544

Dawson County Justice-Peace 400 South 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 28.9 miles from Gail 806-872-3744

Dawson District Court 400 South 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 28.9 miles from Gail 806-872-3740

Gaines District Court 400 South 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 28.9 miles from Gail 806-872-3140

Lynn District Court 400 South 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 28.9 miles from Gail 806-872-3740

Lamesa Municipal Court 601 South 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 29.0 miles from Gail 806-872-4343

Garza County Court 300 Main Street Post TX 79356 29.6 miles from Gail 806-495-4405

Post Justice of Peace Court 300 Main Street Post TX 79356 29.6 miles from Gail 806-495-4410

Post Municipal Court 106 South Broadway Street Post TX 79356 29.6 miles from Gail 806-990-3108

Snyder Municipal Court 1925 24th Street Snyder TX 79549 31.4 miles from Gail 325-573-4958

Borden District Court 1806 25th Street Snyder TX 79549 31.5 miles from Gail 325-573-5371

Scurry County Court 1806 25th Street Snyder TX 79549 31.5 miles from Gail 325-573-8576

Scurry District Court 1806 25th Street Snyder TX 79549 31.5 miles from Gail 325-573-5371

Snyder Justice of Peace Court 911 25th Street Snyder TX 79549 32.0 miles from Gail 325-573-5406

Coahoma Justice of Peace Court 110 N First St Coahoma TX 79511 33.7 miles from Gail 432-394-4000

About Courts

A court is a judicial body charged with resolving violations of a legal right. Judicial courts are created by the government and enforce the law by hearing civil and criminal matters.

Court records are available to the public. Court documents contain valuable information on a range of legal issues, including felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic accident reports, tax court records, and more. Many court records are available online.