Welcome to Judicial Services of Bexar County!

It is the mission of the Judicial Services Department to coordinate and collaborate with County stakeholders to focus on initiatives aimed at improving efficiencies in the criminal justice processes.

Judicial Services Staff

  1. Mike Lozito
    Mike Lozito's Biography

    Norma Greenfield-Laborde
    Deputy Director

    Rori Boone
    Administrative Supervisor

    Thelma Campa
  1. Rose Perez 

    Susan McCorstin 
    Criminal Justice Research Coordinator 

    Arindam Gosh
    Senior Data Analyst

    William Longoria
    Program Manager 

Judicial Services

  1. Crime Lab

    The Criminal Investigation Laboratory is an independent, fee-for-service, forensic laboratory operated by Bexar County in San Antonio, Texas. The Criminal Investigation Laboratory offers services in Drug Identification, Evidence Receiving, Firearms, Serology/DNA and Trace Evidence.

  2. Dispute Resolution Center

    The Dispute Resolution Center´s goal is to serve the community as a resource for resolving disputes of all kinds.

  3. Mental Health Department

    The Mission of the Mental Health Department is to act as Commissioner’s Court advocate, expert, and clearinghouse on community mental health issues and programs; and lead in planning, coordinating, advocating, and organizing community behavioral health stakeholders in activities to continuously improve the availability of services in Bexar County.

  4. Medical Examiners

    The Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office is committed to the accurate determination of cause and manner of death in cases falling under the jurisdiction of the office. As an impartial, independent agency, the Medical Examiner strives to serve the public, medical professionals and justice system of our community by providing objective, valid and unbiased medical opinions on cause and manner of death. To this end, we insist on nothing less than excellence in practice, scrupulous integrity, and continuous quality improvement efforts.

  5. Pretrial Services

    The purpose of the Pretrial Services Office is to support community safety efforts by providing accurate information to the judicial system for release decisions and structured supervision of defendants while on pretrial status.

  6. Re-Entry Services

    The Bexar County Reentry Program can increase the level of employability, help offenders obtain higher educational levels and/or vocational training and give them a pride of ownership in our community.

  7. Specialty Courts

    These Specialty Courts are based under Judicial Services.

    1. Felony Drug Court

      The Felony Drug Court is under the Judicial Services branch and is presided by the Honorable Judge Ernie Glenn.

    2. Mental Health Court

      The mission of the Mental Health Court is to advocate for incarcerated persons with mental illness and to provide access to mental health treatment, community resources, and support to reduce their involvement in the criminal justice system. With advocacy and support, the Mental Health Court will help a person improve mental health stability, self-sufficiency, strive to reach their full potential and to live a law abiding life.

    3. Misdemeanor DWI Court

      The Mission of the Bexar County DWI Court is to increase public safety and offender accountability through therapeutic judicial management, collaborative treatment, education and supervision. The goal of the Court is to promote more responsible and productive members of the community, thereby decreasing recidivism and reducing costs.

    4. Veterans Court

      The Bexar County Veterans Court promotes sobriety, recovery and stability through a coordinated response that involves the cooperation and collaboration with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs health care networks, the Veterans Benefits Administration, volunteer veteran mentors, veterans family support organizations, the Center for Health Care Services and the Bexar County Veterans Services Office.

  8. Jail Activity Reports

    All Bexar County Jail Activity Report data provided herein is provided free of charge by the Sheriff's Office as a courtesy to the citizens of Bexar County. This information will be unavailable periodically for general maintenance and regularly scheduled network upgrades.

  9. Vet Court Training May 2017

    1. Fact Sheets & Need to Know

      Review and download "Drug Court Practitioner Fact Sheets" from the National Drug Court Institute and "Need to Know" resources from the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.

    2. Judicial Benchbook

      Download and print the Drug Court Judicial Benchbook

    3. Justice for Vets Publications

      Read the Justice for Vets publication "Dispatch from the Front Lines"

    4. Mental Health and Substance Abuse Resources

      Review mental health and substance abuse resources

    5. Monograph Series

      Download and read the Monograph Series

    6. NCDC Publications

      Read a variety of publications from the National Center for DWI Courts

    7. Painting the Current Picture

      Read the "Painting the Current Picture: A National Report Card" series from the National Drug Court Institute

    8. Reference Documents

      Review and download miscellaneous reference documents

    9. Research

      Review research publications and download a list of assessment tools and curriculum

    10. Resolutions

      Review and download resolutions from a variety of organizations

    11. Standards

      Review and download the "Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards" from the National Association of Drug Court Professionals


Paul Elizondo Tower
101 W. Nueva
San Antonio, Texas  78205
(210) 335-8965
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