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Williamson County

Williamson County Justice of the Peace Courts – The Justice of the Peace Courts try misdemeanor criminal cases, including traffic violations for which no jail sentence is a part of the punishment. These trials are conducted under the laws found in the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. The courts can be located at:

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1
1801 E Old Settlers Blvd, Ste 100
Round Rock, Texas, 78664
Phone: (512) 244-8622
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2
Williamson County Cedar Park Annex
350 Discovery Blvd, Ste. 204
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Telephone: (512) 260-4210
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3
301. S.E. Inner Loop, Ste. 103
Georgetown, TX 78626
Telephone: (512) 943-1501
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4
211 W 6th St
Taylor, Texas 76574
Phone: (512) 352-4155

Williamson County District Courts – The County District Courts have jurisdiction over felony criminal cases. Through this link individuals can access information regarding the 26th, 277th, 368th, 395th, and 425th district courts. Additionally, information concerning indigent defense and the court rules of conduct can also be found here. The courts are located at:

405 M.L.K. Street,
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1226

Williamson County District Clerk – The district clerk is responsible for documenting all court documents in relation to felony criminal and juvenile cases. Additionally, the clerk is responsible for collecting fees, fines and other court costs. The district clerk can be contacted at:

P.O. Box 24
Georgetown, TX 78627
Main Phone: (512) 943-1212
Taylor: (512) 352-3661
Leander: (512) 259-2090

Williamson County Juvenile Services – This organization provides juvenile offenders of Williamson County with resources to promote change in their attitude and behaviors and to allow them to become productive citizens. Juvenile services can be located at:

1821 Southeast Inner Loop
Georgetown, TX 78627
(512) 943-3200

Williamson County Sheriff’s Office – The sheriff’s office is committed to providing the citizens of Williamson County with public safety services. The sheriff’s office patrols the county, investigates crimes, and maintains the county jail.  The sheriff can be located at:

508 S. Rock St.
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1300

Williamson County Drug Court – The purpose of the DWI/Drug Court in Williamson County is to handle cases that involve repeat DWI or drug offenders.  Participants are encouraged to seek drug or alcohol abstinence to reduce actions that lead to criminal behavior. The program is located at:

County Courts at Law
405 M.L.K. Street
Georgetown, Texas 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1410

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Bell County

Bell County Commissioners Court – This court is the governing body of Bell County and it consists of a county judge and four county commissioners elected by county residents. The court can be located at:

101 E. Central Ave
Belton, Texas 76513
(254) 939-3521

Bell County District Courts – The County’s district courts are trial courts of general jurisdiction. This court handles felony criminal cases, divorce cases and more. Through this link individual’s can access information regarding the 27th, 146th, 169th, 264th, and 426th district courts. The five district courts are located at:

Bell County Justice Center
1201 Huey Road
Belton, Texas 76513
Phone:  (254) 933-5261

Bell County District Clerk – The clerk provides record keeping for all five district courts. Additionally, the clerk handles file access and payment processing for felony criminal cases. The clerk can be contacted at:

Bell County Justice Complex
1st Floor
1201 Huey Road
Belton, Texas 76513
Phone: (254) 933 – 5200

Bell County Juvenile Probation – This department oversees the court ordered terms and conditions for juvenile offenders who are placed on probation for criminal offenses. Additionally, the department offers programs for community service, counseling services and alternative education programs. The department is located at:

4800 E. Rancier
Killeen, Texas 76543
(254) 690-7022

Bell County Sheriff’s Office – The mission of the Bell County Sheriff is to enforce laws, protect life and property and to provide safe and humane conditions for inmates that are currently incarcerated. The sheriff’s office is located at:

104 S. Main St
Belton, Texas 76513
Phone: (254) 933-5412

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Texas Statewide Resources

Texas Department of Public Safety – This site provides information regarding Texas driver’s licenses, concealed handgun program information, crime records, the Texas Driver’s Responsibility Program and the Controlled Substances Registration Program.

Texas Department of Motor Vehicles – The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for registering and titling vehicles in the state, regulating motor carrier operating authority, and helping law enforcement agencies reduce auto theft increase public driving awareness. A local DPS office can be located at:

515 S. Pine Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 863-5816
302 Priest Drive
Killeen, TX 76541
(254) 634-1919

Texas Constitution and Statutes – This link is to the laws, statutes and regulations for the state of Texas. The statutes are current through the 81st Legislature unless otherwise noted. The penalties and punishment for these laws can also be viewed here.

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services – This department’s website provides information on child protective services (CPS), adoption and foster care and family laws in the state. This link provides methods to report child or family abuse and miscellaneous resources on family and protective services in Texas.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice – This link is to the Family Services section of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. This site provides information regarding the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, rehabilitation programs and the Reentry and Integration Division.

Texas Sex Offender Registration Program – This link is to information about the sex offender registration program requirements in Texas, and includes answers to frequently asked questions, the most wanted sex offenders in the state and access to search for sex offenders.

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National Resources

Drug Enforcement Administration – The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) investigates and enforces the federal drug laws, including marijuana offenses. This link is to specific federal penalties for federal marijuana offenses.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving – The mission of this national nonprofit organization is to prevent individuals from drinking and driving, stop drunk driving, prevent accidents that can result from driving under the influence, and provide support to victims of an alcohol-related accident.