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Texas Courts and Court Rules: Maps & Texas Courts Generally

This guide describes the structure of the Texas Court System, provides links to various courts and court rules, where available

Texas Courts of Appeals

The Texas Courts of Appeals are comprised of 14 appellate courts in the Texas judicial system, with intermediate jurisdiction in civil and criminal cases that are appealed from the lower district or county courts. The Texas Courts of Appeals are geographically divided, as depicted by the photo below, and each court of appeals has jurisdiction over a particular number of counties. The Texas Courts of Appeals are located in the following cities:

  • Texas First District Court of Appeals - Houston, Texas
  • Texas Second District Court of Appeals - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Texas Third District Court of Appeals - Austin, Texas
  • Texas Fourth District Court of Appeals - San Antonio, Texas
  • Texas Fifth District Court of Appeals - Dallas, Texas
  • Texas Sixth District Court of Appeals - Texarkana, Texas
  • Texas Seventh District Court of Appeals - Amarillo, Texas
  • Texas Eighth District Court of Appeals - El Paso, Texas
  • Texas Ninth District Court of Appeals - Beaumont, Texas
  • Texas Tenth District Court of Appeals - Waco, Texas
  • Texas Eleventh District Court of Appeals - Eastland, Texas
  • Texas Twelfth District Court of Appeals - Tyler, Texas
  • Texas Thirteenth District Court of Appeals - Corpus Christi & Edinburg, Texas
  • Texas Fourteenth District Court of Appeals - Houston, Texas


Click on photo to enlarge.

Texas County Interactive Map

 

The website for the Texas Judicial Branch provides an interactive county map, depicted by the photo below. Clicking on any county on the map will bring up information about the court system in that county, including information about district and county courts. You can also find links to the district and county court websites. By following these links, you will be able to find information about county-specific rules related to filing documents in a district or county court.

 


Click on photo for interactive map.


 

Below is an example of what you would see if you clicked on Cameron County.