Resources

Dallas County

Dallas County District Clerk– This link provides online resources which allows individuals access to their criminal records and criminal case information, miscellaneous court information and resources about the justice system throughout Dallas County. The Criminal District Courthouse is located at:

Frank Crowley Criminal Building
133 N. Riverfront Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: (214) 653-5960

Dallas County Clerk – This link provides individuals access to their criminal records and misdemeanor criminal case information, miscellaneous court information and resources about the justice system throughout Dallas County. The county criminal courts are located at:

Frank Crowley Criminal Building
133 N. Riverfront Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: (214) 653-7099

Dallas County Juvenile Department – This governmental department was created to aid in the rehabilitation of youthful offenders throughout Dallas County. The department’s main goals are to assist young offenders in becoming successful, law-abiding members of the community. The Juvenile District Court is located at:

Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Bldg.
2600 Lone Star Drive
Dallas, Texas 75212
Phone: (214) 698-4459

Dallas County Juvenile Diversion Program – This program was developed for youth experiencing behavioral problems, which might lead to a criminal lifestyle. Juveniles, who are not currently in the Dallas County Juvenile Justice System and are between the ages of 9 and 16, are eligible to participate in the program. The program is located at:

Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Center
2600 Lone Star Drive
Dallas, Texas 75212
Phone: (214) 698-4459

Youthful Drinking and Driving Prevention Program (YDDPP) – This program was designed by the nonprofit organization, Dallas Challenge, Inc., to deter young people from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and from underage drinking. The program is a single, eight-hour long class for juveniles between the ages of 15 and 23. Dallas Challenge, Inc. was createdto help juveniles stay in school, off drugs and alcohol and out of the criminal justice system. The organization is located at:

Dallas Challenge, Inc.
7777 Forest Lane, Suite B-410
Dallas, Texas 75230
Phone: (972) 566-4680

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Denton County

Denton County District Clerk – This site allows individuals to access personal criminal records and felony criminal case information and other court information such as bond records and sex offender registration throughout Denton County. The criminal courts are located at:

Denton County Courts Building
1450 E. McKinney St.
Denton, Texas 76209
Phone: (940)349-2200

Denton County Clerk – This resource provides online records for misdemeanor criminal offenses, important information regarding misdemeanor criminal offenses and information regarding criminal background searches throughout Denton County. The courthouse is located at:

Denton County Courts Building
1450 E. McKinney St.
Denton, Texas 76209
Phone: (940) 349-2200

Denton County Justice of the Peace – The Denton County Justice of the Peace has jurisdiction over Class C misdemeanor cases such as traffic offenses and truancy. The Justice of the Peace Court also has the authority to order arrests and issue search warrants. The Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace court is located at:

Joseph A. Carroll Building
401 W. Hickory, Suite 227
Denton, Texas 76201
Phone: (972) 349-3170

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Collin County

Collin County District Clerk – This link permits alleged offenders to access their personal felony criminal case information and criminal records, as well as, court fee payment information and other miscellaneous resources about the justice system in Collin County. The courthouse is located at:

Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Rd.
McKinney, Texas 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4320

Collin County Clerk – The resource provides information about how to obtain information regarding misdemeanor criminal records along with court schedules, fee schedules and legal aid resources throughout Collin County. The courthouse is located at:

University Drive Courts Facility
1800 N. Graves St.
McKinney, TX 75069
Phone: (972) 548-4185

Collin County Teen Court – The objective of Collin County Teen Court is to handle cases referred by the Justice of the Peace and other agencies throughout Collin County. The volunteer program allows juveniles, ages 13-18, convicted of Class C misdemeanors to pay for their citations by completing community service. The court can be located at:

Collin County Administration Building
2300 Bloomdale Rd., Suite 4192
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4654

Collin County Substance Abuse Program – This grassroots program provides substance abuse prevention and intervention education to residents throughout Collin County. Group counseling, drug testing, and assessments for those who have been convicted a drug related offense are also parts of this program. The program is located at:

900 E. Park Blvd, Suite 170
Plano, TX 75074
Phone: (972) 548-5570

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Tarrant County

Tarrant County District Clerk – This link allows individuals to view and access their personal felony criminal case information, various court information and resources about the justice system throughout Tarrant County. The criminal courts are located at:

Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center
401 W. Belknap
Forth Worth, Texas 76196
Phone: (817) 884-1342

Felony Alcohol Intervention Project (FAIP) – This is a post adjudication program for high-risk repeat DWI offenders throughout Tarrant County. The program is designed to combine alcohol abuse intervention with court supervision. FAIP is dedicated to successful treatment outcomes, reducing costs of repeated crime and reducing injuries and deaths from alcohol related auto accidents.

D.I.R.E.C.T. (Drug Impact Rehabilitation Enhanced Comprehensive Treatment) – This link provides information regarding the rehabilitation treatment available for non-violent offenders in Tarrant County. Program participants are assessed for a program that is tailored to their individual needs.

Tarrant County Veterans Court Diversion Program – This program is designed to assist veterans who are facing prosecution for one or more criminal cases throughout Tarrant County. Focus is placed on providing the tools needed to lead a productive and law-abiding lifestyle while improving mental health.

Tarrant County Criminal Courts – This link provides a comprehensive list of Tarrant County’s district and county criminal courts and their presiding judges. These courts are located at:

Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center
401 W. Belknap
Fort Worth, Texas 76196
Phone: (817) 884-1342

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Miscellaneous Texas Resources

Texas Constitution and Statutes – This link accesses the Texas Penal Code including DWI and other criminal offenses. Penalties and fines for any conviction can also be found here. The statutes available on this site are current through the 81st Legislature.

Texas Department of Transportation– Part of the mission of this department is to provide for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods throughout the state of Texas. This website provides access to driver’s license information, vehicle registration, and road conditions in Texas.

Texas Department of Public Safety – The purpose of this department is to protect and serve Texas, enhance public safety and strengthen statewide emergency systems. Information concerning drivers licenses, highway patrol, vehicle inspection and sex offender registry thorough the state can also be found through this resource.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice – The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) manages offenders in state prison, state jails and private correctional facilities. This government department also provides oversight for community supervision and probation in Texas.

Texas Department of Motor Vehicles – The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for registering and titling vehicles in the state, regulating motor carrier operating authority, and helping law enforcement agencies reduce auto theft increase public driving awareness.

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission – This link provides information concerning the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC), a state agency that regulates all aspects of the alcoholic beverage industry throughout Texas. This link also provides additional access to information about Texas’ DWI laws, underage drinking laws and various alcohol consumption guidelines.

Texas Offender Education Program – This link is to search for court ordered, approved education programs for offenders. The programs, which include DWI education, alcohol education for minors and drug offender education, were designed by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Texas Department of State Health Services – The purpose of this department is to improve the overall health and well-being of Texas citizens. The department also focuses on prevention and rehabilitation programs for alcohol and substance offenders and abusers.

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services – This resource provides information concerning prevention and early intervention programs regarding child abuse and juvenile delinquency, child protective services and adult protective services.

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals – This link provides facts about the Texas Court of Criminal, which is the last resort regarding criminal cases in Texas. The court is governed by a Presiding Judge and eight other judges elected by the voters of Texas.

The State Bar of Texas – This link provides information regarding the Texas legal system. This portal also offers tools to help individuals find affordable and free legal assistance.

American Civil Liberties Union of Texas – This resource provides information regarding advocates of personal privacy, freedom from unreasonable searches, religious liberty, humane treatment of prisoners, productive rights and freedom from unconstitutional discrimination throughout Texas.


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Miscellaneous National Resources

Mothers Against Drunk Driving – This national nonprofit organizations aims to prevent individuals from drinking and driving, stop drunk driving, prevent accidents that can result from driving under the influence, and provides support to individuals who are victims of an alcohol-related accident.

Drug Enforcement Administration – This link provides comprehensive information concerning the laws and regulations of controlled substances nationwide. The DEA is responsible for enforcing these law and regulations with the cooperation of federal, state and local agencies and foreign governments.


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