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Tarrant County is the third-most populous county in Texas and the 15th-most populous county in the United States. Home to over 2.1 million residents, Tarrant County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States and home to a diverse and vibrant economy and culture. Despite its size and population density, Tarrant County has a lower-than-average crime rate – approximately 29.91 per 1,000 residents.

The Law Offices of David Sloane has defended hundreds of people accused of committing criminal offenses in Tarrant County. The most common crimes prosecuted by the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office are driving while intoxicated (DWI), drug possession, theft, assault, and burglary. Our Tarrant County criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of David Sloane have the experience necessary to analyze a case and determine an effective defense strategy to pursue our clients' goals.

If you have been accused of committing a crime, our experienced Tarrant County criminal defense attorneys at The Law Offices of David Sloane are ready to help. Contact us at (817) 349-7118 today to schedule a free consultation.

Tarrant County Communities

Tarrant County is comprised of 41 incorporated cities, towns, and municipalities, including: 

  • Arlington
  • Azle
  • Bedford
  • Benbrook
  • Blue Mound
  • Burleson
  • Colleyville
  • Crowley
  • Dalworthington Gardens
  • Edgecliff Village
  • Euless
  • Everman
  • Flower Mound
  • Forest Hill
  • Fort Worth
  • Grand Prairie
  • Grapevine
  • Haltom City
  • Haslet
  • Hurst
  • Keller
  • Kennedale
  • Lakeside
  • Lake Worth
  • Mansfield
  • Newark
  • North Richland Hills
  • Pantego
  • Pelican Bay
  • Reno
  • Richland Hills
  • River Oaks
  • Saginaw
  • Sansom Park
  • Southlake
  • Trophy Club
  • Watauga
  • Westlake
  • Westover Hills
  • Westworth Village
  • White Settlement

Our Tarrant County criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of David Sloane have defended individuals from every Tarrant County community from criminal prosecution.

Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney

The Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office is dedicated to prosecuting the guilty, protecting the innocent, and deterring crime. Sharen Wilson has served as the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney since 2015. The Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office has over 300 employees who prosecute the more than 45,000 criminal cases filed in Tarrant County each year. Visit the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office website to learn more.

District Attorney contact information:

Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center

401 W. Belknap

Fort Worth, TX 76196

Phone: (817) 884-1400

Tarrant County Criminal Courts

If you are accused of committing a criminal offense in Tarrant County, your case will be heard in a Tarrant County Criminal Court at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Downtown Fort Worth. Tarrant County has ten felony courts and ten misdemeanor courts. The various Tarrant County judges are well respected throughout Texas for their in-depth legal knowledge and orderly courtrooms.

Tarrant County Criminal Courts include:

  • Criminal District Court No. 1 – Judge Elizabeth Beach
  • Criminal District Court No. 2 – Judge Wayne Salvant
  • Criminal District Court No. 3 – Judge Robb Catalano
  • Criminal District Court No. 4 – Judge Mike Thomas
  • 213th District Court – Judge Chris Wolfe
  • 297th District Court – Judge David Hagerman
  • 371st District Court – Judge Mollee Westfall
  • 372nd District Court – Judge Scott Wisch
  • 396th District Court – Judge George Gallagher
  • 432nd District Court – Judge Ruben Gonzalez
  • County Criminal Court No. 1 – Judge David Cook
  • County Criminal Court No. 2 – Judge Carey Walker
  • County Criminal Court No. 3 – Judge Bob McCoy
  • County Criminal Court No. 4 – Judge Deborah Nekhom
  • County Criminal Court No. 5 – Judge Jamie Cummings
  • County Criminal Court No. 6 – Judge Molly Jones
  • County Criminal Court No. 7 – Judge Cheril Hardy
  • County Criminal Court No. 8 – Judge Charles Vanover
  • County Criminal Court No. 9 – Judge Brent Carr
  • County Criminal Court No. 10 – Judge Phil Sorrells

Visit the Tarrant County Criminal Courts website to learn more about Tarrant County Criminal Courts at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center.

Tarrant County Criminal Courts contact information:

Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center

401 W. Belknap

Fort Worth TX 76196

Texas Second Court of Appeals

The Texas Second Court of Appeals is also located at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Tarrant County. 

The Second Court of Appeals has jurisdiction over appeals from criminal courts in the following counties: 

  • Archer, 
  • Clay, 
  • Cooke, 
  • Denton, 
  • Hood, 
  • Jack, 
  • Montague, 
  • Parker, 
  • Tarantino, 
  • Wichita, 
  • Wise, and 
  • Young. 

To learn more about the Second Court of Appeals, visit the Second Court of Appeals website.

Texas Second Court of Appeals contact information:

Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center

401 W. Belknap, Suite 9000

Fort Worth, TX 76196

Phone: (817) 884-1900

Tarrant County Clerk & District Clerk

The Tarrant County Clerk is M. Louise Nicholson, and the Tarrant County District Clerk is Thomas A. Wilder. The Tarrant County Clerks' offices maintain records for the Tarrant County Criminal Courts. To search public records, request a copy of records, make payments, and more, visit the Tarrant County Clerk website or Tarrant County District Clerk website.

Tarrant County Clerk's Office contact information:

100 W. Weatherford

Fort Worth, TX 76196

Phone: (817) 884-1195

Tarrant County District Clerk's Office contact information:

100 N. Calhoun Street

Fort Worth, TX 76196

Phone: (817) 884-1574

Tarrant County Law Enforcement

The Tarrant County Sheriff's Office protects and serves the Tarrant County community. Bill E. Waybourn, elected in 2017, serves as the Tarrant County Sheriff. 

Tarrant County Sheriff's Deputies serve the community through a variety of roles, such as: 

  • Detention officers at the Tarrant County Corrections Center, Lon Evans Jail, or Green Bay Jail; 
  • Bailiffs for the Tarrant County Criminal Courts at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center; and
  • Deputy Sheriffs patrolling throughout Tarrant County. 

To learn more, visit the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office website.

Tarrant County Sheriff's Office contact information:

Sheriff Bill E. Waybourn

200 Taylor Street, 7th Floor

Fort Worth, TX 76196

Phone: (817) 884-1213

Police Departments Throughout Tarrant County

There are 71 police departments in Tarrant County located throughout the 41 incorporated cities, towns, and municipalities. The primary goal of each police department in Tarrant County is to protect and serve their respective communities and enforce Texas's laws. 

The Fort Worth Police Department is the primary police department in Tarrant County. The Fort Worth Police Department is responsible for the safety of the Fort Worth community, the largest community in Tarrant County. To make a report online, access accident reports, and more, visit the Fort Worth Police Department website.

Tarrant County Constable

Tarrant County Constables are officers of the courts who provide fair and impartial notification to citizens of court actions that may involve them. Tarrant County has eight constables, one for each precinct. For more information about the Constables in the eight precincts of Tarrant County, visit the Tarrant County Constables website.

Tarrant County Criminal Defense

Our Tarrant County criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of David Sloane are committed to protecting the rights and futures of those accused of criminal offenses in Tarrant County. 

Contact our dedicated criminal defense attorneys and schedule a FREE consultation to determine how we can help you! Call (817) 349-7118 today!

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