Cameron County Court Records Search

See Cameron 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.

Brownsville Municipal Court 1034 East Levee Street Brownsville TX 78520 956-548-7181

Cameron County Court 1100 East Monroe Street Brownsville TX 78520 956-544-0830

Cameron County Court At Law 2 974 East Harrison Street Brownsville TX 78520 956-544-0856

Cameron District Court 974 East Harrison Street Brownsville TX 78520 956-544-0844

Combes Municipal Court PO Box 280 Harlingen TX 78550 956-425-7131

Harligen Justice of Peace Court 3302 Wilson Road Harlingen TX 78552 956-427-8057

Harlingen Municipal Court 502 East Taylor Street Harlingen TX 78550 956-427-8759

Harrison Justice of Peace Court 974 East Harrison Street Brownsville TX 78520 956-544-0857

Indian Lake Municipal Court 62 South Aztec Cove Drive Los Fresnos TX 78566 956-233-4021

Laguna Vista Municipal Court 122 Fernandez Street Laguna Vista TX 78578 956-943-1793

Los Fresnos Justice of Peace Court 105 West Ocean Boulevard Los Fresnos TX 78566 956-233-6150

Los Fresnos Municipal Court 200 North Brazil Street Los Fresnos TX 78566 956-233-9200

Port Isabel Justice of Peace Court 505 Texas 100 Port Isabel TX 78578 956-943-2520

Port Isabel Municipal Court 110 West Hickman Avenue Port Isabel TX 78578 956-943-1281

Rancho Viejo Municipal Court 3301 Carmen Avenue Rancho Viejo TX 78575 956-350-4093

Rio Hondo Justice of Peace Court 130 Colorado Avenue San Benito TX 78586 956-748-4624

Rio Hondo Municipal Court 130 Colorado Avenue San Benito TX 78586 956-748-2102

San Benito Justice of Peace Court 1390 West Expressway 83 San Benito TX 78586 956-361-4618

San Benito Municipal Court 485 North Sam Houston Boulevard San Benito TX 78586 956-361-3800

Willacy District Court 974 East Harrison Street Brownsville TX 78520 956-689-6250

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.