Harris County Court Records?
Is there a way to get copiesof court records from trials held in Harris County?
The case has already been closed and the prosecuted is serving their term and I'd like to read what was said during the trial, as I was close to one of the person's victims.
- sweetmommyLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, you need the case number or at least the date and names involved. Then you go down to the Court House and request the records. They used to be $1 per page copied. Otherwise, you can read through the microfiche in the Court House records.
- PamelaLv 44 years ago
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