District Clerk's Office
Presentation of Agreed Orders and Uncontested Motions Via Email
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Dismissal Docket for the remainder of the year shall be suspended. Thereafter, the Civil District Courts shall monitor the situation before setting our 2021 Dismissal Dockets.
Presiding Court will be live-streamed on the Presiding District Court YouTube page.Click on the following link to view the stream:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEuRExxnRlhwk0PgG6HpXGw
See below Special Order Regarding Settings in Presiding Civil District Court and Jury Monitoring Court
Welcome to the Office of the Bexar County District Clerk, Mary Angie Garcia
Serving the 19th largest county in the entire United States and the 4th largest county in Texas, the Office of the Bexar County District Clerk currently administers a variety of courts:
- 27 district courts
- 14 civil
- 10 criminal
- 3 juvenile
- 10 auxiliary courts
- 4 civil
- 3 criminal
- 3 juvenile
- 1 magistrate court
To meet these complex requirements, the staff of the District Clerk's Office has made implementing cost-saving technologies one of their highest priorities. Please use this website to find the many online resources for information, services, and searches pertaining to district court matters, as well as links to some of these technologies such as the eFile TXCourts.gov e-filing system. Let us know if you have any ideas as to how we might improve our website so that we may better serve your needs.
In addition to serving the district courts, deputy district clerks manage the paperwork at the Central Magistrate's office where all those arrested by local law enforcement officers are taken to be advised of the charges being brought against them and either processed out on bond or sent to jail. The Magistrate Search on our website gives information about those being held there.