1) Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable us to accurately identify and locate the information you requested. You will be charged a reasonable copy fee if you need copies.
2) We may ask you to clarify the type or amount of information requested. Please bear with us while electronic records exist for many documents created in the past few years, older records are stored away in boxes, and searching them has to be done between normal daily activities.
This shall serve to notify the general public that this office will receive and comply with its statutory obligations under the Texas Public Information Act, Section 552.001 et seq. Texas Government Code. Under the expressed provisions of the Public Information Act, records of judiciary (municipal court) are not included in a request for public information. Sections 552.003 and 552.0035, Texas Government Code. All request for information or documents(s) concerning the judicial records and/or court proceedings are governed by Supreme Court Administrative Rule 12 and Article I, Section 13 Texas Constitution.