Orange County Court Records Search

See Orange 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.

Bridge City Justice of Peace Court 2376 West Roundbunch Road Orange TX 77630 409-735-8133

Bridge City Municipal Court 260 Rachal Avenue Bridge TX 77611 409-735-2236

Orange County Court 123 6th St Orange TX 77630 409-882-7070

Orange County Court at Law 801 West Division Street Orange TX 77630 409-882-7084

Orange County District Court 801 West Division Street Orange TX 77630 409-882-7008

Orange District Court 801 West Division Street Orange TX 77630 409-882-7825

Orange Justice of Peace Court I 3500 Edgar Brown Drive Orange TX 77630 409-882-7805

Orange Municipal Court 901 Main Avenue Orange TX 77630 409-883-1063

Pine Forest Municipal Court 305 Nagel Street Vidor TX 77662 409-786-4100

Pinehurst Municipal Court 3640 Mockingbird Street Orange TX 77630 409-886-3873

Rose City Municipal Court 370 Rose City Drive Vidor TX 77662

Vidor Justice of Peace Court 190 Camp Street Vidor TX 77662 409-769-2284

Vidor Municipal Court 125 N Watts St Vidor TX 77662 409-769-7452

West Orange Municipal Court 2700 Western Avenue West Orange TX 77630 409-883-4552

Port Neches Municipal Court 1201 Merriman Street Port Neches TX 77651 9.7 miles from Orange County 409-722-1438

Nederland Municipal Court 1400 Boston Avenue Nederland TX 77627 11.8 miles from Orange County 409-723-1526

Beaumont Justice of Peace Court III 1225 Pearl Street Beaumont TX 77701 12.2 miles from Orange County 409-839-2333

Jefferson County Court 1149 Pearl Street Beaumont TX 77701 12.3 miles from Orange County 409-835-8466

Jefferson District Court I 1149 Pearl Street Beaumont TX 77701 12.3 miles from Orange County 409-835-8434

Groves Municipal Court 3947 Lincoln Avenue Groves TX 77619 12.3 miles from Orange County 409-960-5748

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.