Texas court system including pending docket information among other useful information:
Court of Appeals: Find out about the fourteen court of appeals in Dallas Texas, sign up to receive updates on cases that interest you, and conduct research on cases and opinions.
Court of Criminal Appeals: Information about the highest state court for appeals resulting from criminal cases are provided including links to procedures, rules, and submission schedules.
Court Structure in Dallas Texas: Ever confused by the number of Texas courts and their jurisdiction? Click here to learn more about how the court system in Dallas, Texas is organized.
State Office of Administrative Hearings: The State Office of Administrative Hearings conducts fair, objective, prompt, and efficient hearings and alternative dispute resolution proceedings and provides fair, logical, and timely decisions.
State Supreme Court: The Texas Supreme Court offers search capabilities on Case and Attorney information, and full text information on Orders and Opinions.
Texas Board of Pardons and Parole: The primary role of the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole is the discretionary release of eligible inmates sentenced to the Institutional Division to a plan of parole supervision.
Texas Judicial Directory: Search by court type, court name, or enter the last name of a Judicial professional. Also link to the Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeals, Courts of Appeals, or District Level Courts.
Texas Office of Court Administration: Office of Court Administration provides administrative support and technical assistance to all of the courts of Texas. The agency operates under the direction of the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Texas.
Dallas Texas Department of Public Safety: Driver License Division
Texas Arrest and Release
If someone you care about has been arrested, visit Dallas Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) web site for detail information.
Other Resources in Dallas Texas
There are a variety of special problems that arise following a drunk driving, DUI, or DWI arrest. It may be necessary to use a bail bondsman to help a friend or loved one gain release from custody. Renting a car may be difficult (although we know of several companies that will do so), as is getting car insurance. There may be a requirement to attend special alcohol programs, or AA meetings.