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Maverick County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Maverick County Arrest Records?

Maverick County arrest records are documents containing information on arrests that occurred within the county. The Maverick County Sheriff’s Office maintains the Arrest Book, an up-to-date roster of individuals who have been arrested by law enforcement in the county. Interested parties may view these arrestees by name, date of birth, date of arrest, and charge on the sheriff’s website. The Texas Department for Public Safety (DPS) also publishes arrest statistics for counties in the State.

Crime Statistics

The Texas Department for Public Safety (DPS) maintains a repository of crime reports and statistics for counties within the State of Texas. These statistics are published annually from law enforcement reports. This information is available to view, in statistical format, on the DPS Crime in Texas Online page or to download on the Crime in Texas Report page. According to 2018 data, 1,054 crimes were reported in the county. These included 11 rapes, 9 robberies, 63 assaults, 251 burglaries, 661 larcenies, and 59 auto thefts. There were no murder reports. Between 2014 and 2018, the county recorded a decline in some crimes. Robbery incidents went up by 125%, assaults by 46.03%, and auto theft by 195%, while burglary and larceny slid by -24.85% and -26.56%).

What are Maverick County Criminal Records?

Maverick County criminal records hold information on criminal and arrests histories of individuals convicted in the county. The Texas Department of Public Health (DPS) serves as the central repository for obtaining Maverick County criminal record history checks. It is possible to obtain name-based and fingerprint-based criminal record checks from the DPS.

How Do I Get Maverick County Criminal Records?

Individuals who are requesting name-based criminal history checks may use the Criminal History Name Search to make orders for a fee. Record information on offenders with Class B misdemeanors, Class C convictions, or higher, may be obtained on this website. Users are required to have an account to use the platform or create one if using it for the first time. Individuals requesting personal records may call (512) 424-2474 to retrieve records that are not available on the website. Interested parties who want to obtain fingerprint-based checks may view fingerprint request procedures on the DPS website or contact the DPS Fingerprint Services Unit. It costs $10 for fingerprint scans and $15 for criminal history record information (CHRI).

How to Find Maverick County Sex Offender Information

The DPS maintains a statewide Sex Offender Registry. County residents may search for registered sex offenders living in the county by entering the offender’s name, address, or institute/higher education into search boxes. Sex offender data available to view include the offender’s name, date of birth, sex, race, and address. This database may also be downloaded.

Where and How to Find Maverick County Inmate Information

There is one jail in Maverick County run by the Sheriff’s Office. Below is the jail’s address:

742 Texas Highway 131,
Eagle Pass, TX 78852-7710
Phone: (830) 971-6500
Fax: (830) 971-6680

Friends and family may obtain inmate information and visitation hours/days by calling the jail on its official numbers.

What are Maverick County Court Records?

Maverick County court records are the official court proceedings detailing accounts of cases that were handled in county courts. Court records are obtainable at the Clerk of District Court’s Office at the address below. The office charges $1 for copies and $5 for certification.

500 Quarry Street
Suite 5
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2629
Fax: (830) 773-4439
Hours: 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

Location of All Courts in Maverick County

Maverick County has 2 District Courts, 1 Constitutional Courts, 4 Justice of the Peace Precincts, and 1 Municipal Court. Below are the addresses and contact details of the Courts:

Maverick County 293rd District Court
500 Quarry Street
Suite 5
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2629
Fax: (830) 773-4439

Maverick County 365th District Court
500 Quarry Street
Suite 5
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2629
Fax: (830) 773-4439

Maverick County Constitutional Court
500 Quarry Street
Suite 5
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2829
Fax: (830) 752-4479

Maverick County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
1508 Las Quintas Boulevard
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 757-9201
Fax: (830) 752-1664

Maverick County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
253 Ruela Drive
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 752-1323
Fax: (830) 752-4475

Maverick County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3- 1
3905 Del Rio Boulevard
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 757-2710 & (830) 773-4746
Fax: (830) 325-7050

Maverick County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 - 2
19799 North Highway 277
Quemado, TX 78877
Phone: (830) 758-5993
Fax: (830) 758-5998

Maverick County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
206 Converse Street,
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-9616
Fax: (830) 757-1105

Eagle Pass Municipal Court
100 South Monroe Street
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-1111

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What are Maverick County Vital Records

Maverick County vital records are official documents of births, deaths, marriages, and divorces that occurred in the county. The Maverick County Clerk serves as the records custodian for birth records, death records, and marriage records (licenses) while the Maverick District Clerk serves as records custodian for divorce records (decrees) At the state level, birth and death records are available to qualified persons at the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Vital Statistics Office. The office also verifies marriage/divorce, birth, and death records.

Where and How to Get Maverick County Divorce Records

Eligible parties may obtain copies of divorce decrees from the District Clerk’s office at the following address:

500 Quarry Street
Suite 5
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2629
Fax: (830) 773-4439
Hours: 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

Where and How to Get Maverick County Marriage Records

Maverick County Clerk provides marriage records to eligible parties for a fee. Record requests may be made to the address below:

500 Quarry Street
Suite 2
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2829
Fax: (830) 752-4479
Email: co.vitals@co.maverick.tx.us
Hours: 8:00 a.m to 4:20 p.m.

Where and How to Get Maverick County Birth Records

Requests for Maverick County birth records may be made at the County Clerk’s office located at:

500 Quarry Street
Suite 5
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2829
Fax: (830) 752-4479
Email: co.vitals@co.maverick.tx.us
Hours: 8:00 a.m to 4:20 p.m.

Birth certificate copy requests to the Vital Statistics must be made through the mail, walk-in, or online Texas.gov service. Applicants using the mail service must submit a completed Texas Birth Certificate Application Form and a copy of valid identification with the records fee. Individuals who want to expedite their requests may use the same form. It costs $22 per request, $22 for verification, $60 for heirloom birth certificates, and an additional $5 for expedited requests. Charges for return deliveries include $8 for Lonestar/FedEx and $22.95 for P.O. Box and express mail. However, these charges are optional. All request fees are payable by check or money order to DSHS Vital Statistics. Regular mail requests may be addressed to: _DSHS Vital Statistics P.O. Box 12040 Austin, TX 78711-2040_

Expedited requests may be addressed to the following address:

Texas DSHS - Vital Statistics
MC 2096
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756

In-person requests may be made at the address below: Acceptable forms of payment include cash, credit card, debit card, check, or money order payable to the DSHS Vital Statistics.

1100 West 49th Street.
Austin, TX 78756
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

It takes 30 to 60 minutes to process walk-in orders, 20-25 days for online orders, and 65-85 days for mail orders. Sometimes, walk-in order processing times may take up to or more than 24 hours.. Requesters may use the Check Order Status page provided by the office to find out the status of their orders.

Where and How to Get Maverick County Death Records

The Maverick County Clerk issues death records in the county. Interested parties may obtain these records at the following address:

500 Quarry Street
Suite 2
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Phone: (830) 773-2829
Fax: (830) 752-4479
Email: co.vitals@co.maverick.tx.us
Hours: 8:00 a.m to 4:20 p.m.

Interested parties may order death certificates from the Vital Statistics Office using the mail, or in-person, online Texas.gov service provided. Certified copies of death records ordered via mail through cost $20 for first copies and $3 for additional copies. Expedited requests cost an additional $5. Applicants are required to send a completed Texas Death Certificate Application Form to the applicable mail address below:

Regular mail orders
DSHS Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

Expedited orders
Texas DSHS - Vital Statistics
MC 2096
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756

Parties making in-person requests may visit the following address:

1100 West 49th Street.
Austin, TX 78756
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Acceptable forms of payment for mail orders include a check or money order payable to DSHS Vital Statistics. In-person orders include the aforementioned payment methods and cash, credit, or debit card. Processing times include 30 to 60 minutes and sometimes, above 24 hours for walk-in orders, 20-25 days for online orders, and 65-85 days for mail orders. Applicants may check the status of their mail or online orders with the Check Order Status web page provided by DSHS.