What Court will hear my case? Where is it?
That depends on which Court your Case was assigned. If you know the offense, offense date and birth date of the defendant, contact the Victoria County Clerk's Office.
You can come into the Victoria County Clerk's Office and fill out an application. Cash bond money is returned to the person who posted the cash bond and signed as surety on the bond form.
The Victoria County Sheriff's Department can provide a complete background check. If the search is of Victoria County Court records only, then the Victoria County Clerk's Office may assist you.
Contact the Victoria Police Department or the Victoria County Sheriff's Office.
Contact the Victoria County Sheriff's Office.
We can not determine whether you need an attorney nor can one be recommended.
Police Reports are not filed with the Victoria County Clerk's office.
Contact or visit your local branch of Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).
You can make the request for an attorney when you go before the Judge on your court date.
To expunge a record you will need to make an application/petition with the
When is my court date and what time is it?
If it is the 1st appearance your bond has the date and time regarding when you need to appear. If you know your Cause #, the Victoria County Clerk's Office may assist.
If you have the offense, offense date, and the birth date the Victoria County Clerk's Office can provide that information.
If you know the offense, offense date and the birth date the Victoria County Clerk's Office can provide that information.
Look on ticket and if information is not provided please contact the department,office or agency ticket is from.
If you were in the city limits or written by a city office, contact the Municipal Court for that city. Otherwise, contact the Justice of the Peace Court in the area the ticket was written.