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2840 HIGHWAY 35 N
ROCKPORT, TX 78382-5711
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
DISTRICT CLERK - COVID-19 UPDATE
The Aransas County Courthouse will re-open to the general public in a limited capacity on Monday, May 4, 2020. Please utilize the instructions found here for information on how to conduct business with the Aransas County District Clerk's office. District Clerk - Covid 19 Limited Re-Opening Notice.
NOTICE OF REMOTE HEARINGS
All Hearings scheduled for the ATTORNEY GENERAL DOCKETS will not be held in person at the courthouse but instead will be held remotely using Zoom Streaming Service for all dockets.
For further information, contact the Attorney General’s Office at 1-800-252-8014 or the Title IV-D Court #22 court coordinator at (361) 655-6352.
For Immediate Release - Temporary Suspension of Passport Application Acceptance due to Coronavirus Outbreak
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Please note; we have updated our phone system; you will now hear a brief automated message before being placed into the call queue. Thank you!
Attorney General Child Support Contact Number: 361-576-6088
State Disbursement Unit 800-252-8014
Important Information about the 36th, 156th, and 343rd District Courts serving Aransas County can be found on their website at http://36-156-343districtcourts.org/
The 36th, 156th, and 343rd District Courts have enacted an Infection Disease Protocol in response to COVID-19; please review their website for up-to-date information regarding this protocol; including forms for requesting resets due to illness.
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As an elected court official and records keeper, the District Clerk offers the highest level of public assistance and serves as an "ambassador" of the judicial system. The clerk's office is usually the first point of contact with the general public for procedural information about the court process, copies of court records, jury service, passport information and related information of other government offices.
The District Clerk's duties are extensive and interface with each phase of the judicial process. The clerk operates within the realm of procedure while attorneys and judges operate within the realm of application, direction and enforcement. Efficient management and administration of all functions of the clerk's office are necessary to insure the timely and accurate progression of cases through the court system.
Petit Jury Information
Jurors are selected electronically at random from a list compiled by the Secretary of State's Office, utilizing a list of voter registrations and a list of driver's license registrations from this County. As a juror, you must be fair and impartial. Your actions and decisions are the foundation of our judicial system. Remember that it is an honor and a privilege to be summoned or to serve as a juror.
Please read your summons carefully. The exemptions and disqualifications for petit jury service are stated on the summons. If any disqualification applies to you, you cannot serve. You must circle the disqualification and return the card to the District Clerk. If any exemption applies to you, you do not have to claim it and you may serve. If you claim an exemption or disqualification, please do so immediately upon receipt of your summons. Please circle the appropriate number, then sign and date the summons card and return it (the whole card) to the District Clerk.
Grand Jury Information
If you receive a summons for Grand Jury duty and feel that you cannot serve, please contact the 36th District Court Judge's office at 361-364-9310 for more information. The Judge is the only person who can excuse you from Grand Jury service prior to the summons date.
Additionally, you may contact the Court regarding your Grand Jury Summons at firstname.lastname@example.org
District Clerk - Jury Duty Information
No jury duty information is available.
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