Uvalde County Court

See Uvalde County 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.


Medina District Court 100 North Getty Street Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-3913


Real District Court 100 North Getty Street Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-3913

Sabinal Justice of Peace Court 111 N Front St Sabinal TX 78881 830-988-2462

Sabinal Municipal Court 501 North Center Street Sabinal TX 78881 830-988-2630

Utopia Justice of Peace Court 343 Main Street Utopia TX 78884 830-966-3445

Uvalde County Court 100 North Getty Street Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-3216

Uvalde District Court 100 North Getty Street Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-3913

Uvalde Justice of Peace Court I 100 North Getty Street Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-3921

Uvalde Justice of Peace Court II Courthouse Pl Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-8123

Uvalde Justice of Peace Court III 640 North Grove Street Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-3904

Uvalde Municipal Court 100 East Main Street Uvalde TX 78801 830-278-3316

Leakey Justice of Peace Court 101 Market Street Leakey TX 78873 26.2 miles from Uvalde County 830-232-6630

Real County Court 101 Market Street Leakey TX 78873 26.2 miles from Uvalde County 830-232-5304

Camp Wood Justice of Peace Court 5th St Camp Wood TX 78833 26.4 miles from Uvalde County 830-597-6129

La Pryor Justice of Peace Court 522 U.s. 57 La Pryor TX 78872 28.3 miles from Uvalde County 830-365-4276

Batesville Justice of Peace Court 260 Fm 1867 N Batesville TX 78829 28.7 miles from Uvalde County 830-376-4609

Hondo Municipal Court 1600 Avenue M Hondo TX 78861 37.7 miles from Uvalde County 830-426-7058

Medina County Court 1100 16th Street Hondo TX 78861 37.8 miles from Uvalde County 830-741-6020

Hondo Justice of Peace Court I 1100 16th Street Hondo TX 78861 37.8 miles from Uvalde County 830-741-6051

Medina County Court at Law 1100 16th Street Hondo TX 78861 37.8 miles from Uvalde County 830-741-6060

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.