Overall, Bell County has 27 courthouse divisions and branches where you can perform a public court dockets search. You can choose to visit each and every court, or you may seek assistance from the clerk of court.
You can run a background check using specific court records and other relevant court decisions by going to the Bell County District Court. Although all five of its branches are established at the same adress, each has its own contact numbers. The exact address is 1201 Huey Road, P.O. Box 324, Belton, TX 76513. To make a phone call, use these numbers: 254-933-5261, 254-933-5247, 254-933-5265, 254-933-5245, 254-933-5246. To send a fax message, use these: 254-933-5977, 254-933-5990, 254-933-5933, 254-933-5909, 254-933-5708.
The constitutional court is at 101 Central Avenue, P.O. Box 768, Belton, TX 76513 and can be phoned at 254-933-5105. Three county court branches are established alongside the district court. Their office accepts phone calls at 254-933-5181 and fax messages at 254-933-5906.
Six justice court branches are located on Huey Road, Salado, Temple and Killeen. Twelve municipal court branches are located nearby including Bartlett, Belton, Harker Heights, Holland, Little River, Morgans Point Resort, Nolanville, Rogers and Troy. Most of them have their own contact numbers, which are of course difficult to remember.
The best way is to contact the county clerk at P.O. Box 480 Belton, TX, 76513. The clerk will recommend which court can serve you best. You can follow up on your requests by phone at 254-933-5169 or by fax at 254-933-5176. You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.