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The following is an alphabetical list of Texas counties where we can either represent you ourselves or help you find a traffic ticket attorney:

A

  • Anderson County formed in 1846 from part of Houston County.
  • Andrews County formed in 1876 from Bexar County.
  • Angelina County formed in 1846 from part of Nacogdoches County.
  • Aransas County formed in 1871 from part of Refugio County.
  • Archer County formed in 1858 from part of Clay County.
  • Armstrong County formed in 1876 from Bexar County.
  • Atascosa County formed in 1856 from Bexar County.
  • Austin County formed in 1836. One of the original counties, was a “municipio” called San Felipe de Austin and capital of the “departamento” of Brazos under Mexican rule.

B

  • Bailey County formed in 1876 from Bexar County.
  • Bandera County formed in 1856 from Bexar County.
  • Bastrop County formed in 1836. One of the original counties, was called Mina until 1837. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Baylor County formed in 1858 from part of Fannin County.
  • Bee County formed in 1857 from parts of San Patricio County, Goliad County, Refugio County, Live Oak County, and Karnes County.
  • Bell County formed in 1850 from part of Milam County.
  • Bexar County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. San Antonio de Béxar was a “municipio” and capital of the “departamento” of Béxar under Mexican rule.
  • Blanco County formed in 1858 from parts of Burnet County, Comal County, Gillespie County and Hays County.
  • Borden County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Bosque County formed in 1854 from part of McLennan County.
  • Bowie County formed in 1840 from part of Red River County.
  • Brazoria County formed in 1836. One of the original counties, was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Brazos County formed in 1841 from parts of Washington County. Was named Navasota County until 1842.
  • Brewster County formed in 1887 from Presidio County.
  • Briscoe County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Brooks County formed in 1911 from part of Starr County.
  • Brown County formed in 1856 from parts of Comanche County and Travis County.
  • Burleson County formed in 1846 from Milam County.
  • Burnet Couty formed in 1852 from parts of Bell County, Travis County and Williamson County.

C

  • Caldwell County formed in 1848 from parts of Bastrop County and Gonzalez County.
  • Calhoun County formed in 1846 from parts of Jackson County, Matagorda County and Victoria County.
  • Callahan County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County, Bosque County, and Travis County.
  • Cameron County formed in 1848 from part of Nueces County and lands ceded by Mexico.
  • Camp County formed in 1874 from part of Upshur County.
  • Carson County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Cass County formed in 1846 from part of Bowie County. Was named Davis County between 1861 and 1871.
  • Castro County formed in 1876 form part of Bexar County.
  • Chambers County formed in 1858 from parts of Jefferson County and Liberty County.
  • Cherokee County formed in 1846 from part of Nacogdoches County.
  • Childress County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Clay County formed in 1857 from part of Cooke County.
  • Cochran County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Coke County formed in 1889 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Coleman County formed in 1858 from parts of Brown County and Travis County.
  • Collin County formed in 1846 from part of Fannin County.
  • Collingsworth County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Colorado County formed in 1836. One of the original counties.
  • Comal County formed in 1846 from part of Bexar County.
  • Comanche County formed in 1856 from parts of Bosque County and Coryell County.
  • Concho County formed in 1858 from Bexar County.
  • Cooke County formed in 1848 from part of Fannin County.
  • Coryell County formed in 1854 from part of Bell County.
  • Cottle County formed in 1876 from part of Fannin County.
  • Crane County formed in 1887 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Crockett County formed in 1875 from part of Bexar County.
  • Crosby County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Culberson County formed in 1911 from part of El Paso County.

D

  • Dallam County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Dallas County formed in 1846 from parts of Nacogdoches County and Robertson County.
  • Dawson County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Deaf Smith County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Delta County formed in 1870 from parts of Hopkins County and Lamar County.
  • Denton County formed in 1846 from part of Fannin County.
  • DeWitt County formed in 1846 from parts of Goliad County, Gonzales County, and Victoria County.
  • Dickens County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Dimmit County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County, Maverick County, Uvalde County and Webb County
  • Donley County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Duval County formed in 1858 from parts of Live Oak County, Nueces County and Starr County.

E

  • Eastland County formed in 1858 from parts of Bosque County, Coryell County, and Travis County.
  • Ector County formed in 1887 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Edwards County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County.
  • El Paso County formed in 1848 from part of Santa Fe County.
  • Ellis County formed in 1849 from part of Navarro County.
  • Erath County formed in 1856 from parts of Bosque County and Coryell County.

F

  • Falls County formed in 1850 from Limestone County and Milam County.
  • Fannin County formed in 1837 from part of Red River County.
  • Fayette County formed in 1837 from part of Bastrop County.
  • Fisher County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Floyd County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Foard County formed in 1891 from parts of Cottle County, Hardeman County, King County and Knox County.
  • Fort Bend County formed in 1837 from parts of Austin County, Brazoria County, and Harris County.
  • Franklin County formed in 1875 from part of Titus County.
  • Freestone County formed in 1850 from parts of Limestone County.
  • Frio County formed in 1858 from parts of Atascosa County, Bexar County, and Uvalde County.

G

  • Gaines County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Galveston County formed in 1838 from parts of Brazoria County, Harris County and Liberty County.
  • Garza County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Gillespie County formed in 1848 from parts of Bexar County and Travis County.
  • Glasscock County formed in 1887 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Goliad County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Gonzales County formed in 1836. One of the original counties.
  • Gray County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Grayson County formed in 1846 from part of Fannin County.
  • Gregg County formed in 1873 from part of Upshur County.
  • Grimes County formed in 1846 from part of Montgomery County.
  • Guadalupe County formed in 1846 from parts of Bexar County and Gonzalez County.

H

  • Hale County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Hall County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Hamilton County formed in 1856 from parts of Bosque County, Comanche County, and Lampasas County.
  • Hansford County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Hardeman County formed in 1858 from part Fannin County.
  • Hardin County formed in 1858 from parts of Jefferson County and Liberty County.
  • Harris County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule with the name Harrisburg. Changed to Harris County in 1839.
  • Harrison County formed in 1839 from part of Shelby County.
  • Hartley County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Haskell County formed in 1858 from parts of Fannin County and Milam County.
  • Hays County formed in 1848 from part of Travis County.
  • Hemphill County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Henderson County formed in 1846 from parts of Houston and Nacogdoches County.
  • Hidalgo County formed in 1852 from part of Cameron County.
  • Hill County formed in 1853 from part of Navarro County.
  • Hockley County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Hood County formed in 1866 from part of Johnson County.
  • Hopkins County formed in 1846 from parts of Lamar County and Nacogdoches County.
  • Houston County formed in 1837 from part of Nacogdoches County.
  • Howard County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Hudspeth County formed in 1917 from part of El Paso County.
  • Hunt County formed in 1846 from parts of Fannin County and Nacogdoches County.
  • Hutchinson County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.

I

  • Irion County formed in 1889 from part of Tom Green County.

J

  • Jack County formed in 1856 from Cooke County.
  • Jackson County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Jasper County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule named Bevil.
  • Jeff Davis County formed in 1887 from Presidio County.
  • Jefferson County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Jim Hogg County formed in 1913 from parts of Brooks County and Duval County.
  • Jim Wells County formed in 1911 from part of Nueces County.
  • Johnson County formed in 1854 from parts of Ellis County, Hill County and Navarro County.
  • Jones County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County and Bosque County.

K

  • Karnes County formed in 1854 from parts of Bexar County, DeWitt County, Goliad County, Gonzales County and San Patricio County.
  • Kaufman County formed in 1848 from part of Henderson County.
  • Kendall County formed in 1862 from parts of Blanco County and Kerr County.
  • Kenedy County formed in 1921 from parts of Hidalgo County and Willacy County.
  • Kent County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Kerr County formed in 1856 from part of Bexar County.
  • Kimble County formed in 1858 from part of Bexar County.
  • King County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Kinney County formed in 1850 from part of Bexar County.
  • Kleberg County formed in 1913 from part of Nueces County.
  • Knox County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.

L

  • La Salle County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County.
  • Lamar County formed in 1840 from part of Red River County.
  • Lamb County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County.
  • Lampasas County formed in 1856 from parts of Bell County, Coryell County and Travis County.
  • Lavaca County formed in 1842 from parts of Colorado County, Fayette County, Gonzales County, Jackson County and Victoria County. Was named La Baca until 1846.
  • Lee County formed in 1874 from parts of Bastrop County, Burleson County, Fayette County and Washington County.
  • Leon County formed in 1846 from part of Robertson County.
  • Liberty County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule named Libertad.
  • Limestone County formed in 1846 from part of Robertson County.
  • Lipscomb County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Live Oak County formed in 1856 from parts of Nueces County and San Patricio County.
  • Llano County formed in 1856 from parts of Bexar County and Gillespie County.
  • Loving County formed in 1887 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Lubbock County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Lynn County formed in 1876 from part of Garza County.

M

  • Madison County formed in 1853 from parts of Grimes County, Leon County and Walker County.
  • Marion County formed in 1860 from part of Cass County.
  • Martin County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Mason County formed in 1858 from part of Gillespie County.
  • Matagorda County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Maverick County formed in 1856 from Kinney County.
  • McCulloch County formed in 1856 from part of Bexar County.
  • McLennan County formed in 1850 from parts of Limestone County and Milam County.
  • McMullen County formed in 1858 from parts of Atascosa County, Bexar County and Live Oak County.
  • Medina County formed in 1848 from part of Bexar County.
  • Menard County formed in 1858 from part of Bexar County.
  • Midland County formed in 1885 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Milam County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule named Viesca until 1835.
  • Mills County formed in 1887 from parts of Brown County, Comanche County, Hamilton County, and Lampasas County.
  • Mitchell County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Montague County formed in 1857 from part of Cooke County.
  • Montgomery County formed in 1837 from part of Washington County.
  • Moore County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Morris County formed in 1875 from part of Titus County.
  • Motley County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.

N

  • Nacogdoches County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” and capital of a “departamento” under Mexican rule.
  • Navarro County formed in 1846 from a part of Robertson County.
  • Newton County formed in 1846 from part of Jasper County.
  • Nolan County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Nueces County formed in 1846 from part of San Patricio County.

O

  • Ochiltree County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Oldham County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Orange County formed in 1852 from part of Jefferson County.

P

  • Palo Pinto County formed in 1856 from parts of Bosque County and Navarro County.
  • Panola County formed in 1846 from parts of Harrison County and Shelby County.
  • Parker County formed in 1855 from parts of Bosque County and Navarro County.
  • Parmer County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Pecos County formed in 1871 from part of Presidio County.
  • Polk County formed in 1836 from part of the “municipio” of Liberty. One of the original counties.
  • Potter County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Presidio County formed in 1850 from part of Bexar County.

R

  • Rains County formed in 1870 from parts of Hopkins County, Hunt County and Wood County.
  • Randall County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Reagan County formed in 1903 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Real County formed in 1913 from parts of Bandera County, Edwards County and Kerr County.
  • Red River County formed in 1837 from part of the old Red River District.
  • Reeves County formed in 1883 from part of Pecos County.
  • Refugio County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Roberts County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Robertson County formed in 1837 from parts of Bexar County, Milam County and Nacogdoches County.
  • Rockwall County formed in 1873 from part of Kaufman County.
  • Runnels County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County and Travis County.
  • Rusk County formed in 1843 from part of Nacogdoches County.

S

  • Sabine County Formed in 1837. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • San Augustine County Formed in 1837. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • San Jacinto County formed in 1870 from parts of Liberty County, Montgomery County, Polk County and Walker County.
  • San Patricio County formed in 1846 from part of Refugio County.
  • San Saba County formed in 1856 from part of Bexar County.
  • Schleicher County formed in 1887 from part of Crockett County.
  • Scurry County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Shackelford County formed in 1874 from Jack County.
  • Shelby County formed in 1836. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule named Tenehaw.
  • Sherman County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Smith County formed in 1846 from part of Nacogdoches County.
  • Somervell County formed in 1875 from part of Hood County.
  • Starr County formed in 1848 from part of Nueces County.
  • Stephens County formed in 1858 from part of Bosque County.
  • Sterling County formed in 1891 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Stonewall County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Sutton County formed in 1887 from part of Crockett County.
  • Swisher County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.

T

  • Tarrant County formed in 1849 from part of Navarro County.
  • Taylor County formed in 1858 from parts of Bexar County and Travis County.
  • Terrell County formed in 1905 from part of Pecos County.
  • Terry County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Throckmorton County formed in 1858 from part of Fannin County.
  • Titus County formed in 1846 from part of Bowie County.
  • Tom Green County formed in 1874 from part of Bexar County.
  • Travis County formed in 1840 from part of Bastrop County.
  • Trinity County formed in 1850 from part of Houston County.
  • Tyler County formed in 1846 from part of Liberty County.

U

  • Upshur County formed in 1846 from part of Harrison County.
  • Upton County formed in 1887 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Uvalde County formed in 1850 from part of Bexar County.

V

  • Val Verde County formed in 1885 from parts of Crockett County, Kinney County and Pecos County.
  • Van Zandt County formed in 1848 from part of Henderson County.
  • Victoria County formed in 1836. One of the original counties. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.

W

  • Walker County formed in 1846 from part of Montgomery County.
  • Waller County formed in 1873 from parts of Austin County and Grimes County.
  • Ward County formed in 1887 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Washington County formed in 1836. Was a “municipio” under Mexican rule.
  • Webb County formed in 1848 from part of Nueces County.
  • Wharton County formed in 1846 from parts of Colorado County, Jackson County and Matagorda County.
  • Wheeler County formed in 1876 from parts of Bexar County and Young County.
  • Wichita County formed in 1858 from part of Cooke County.
  • Wilbarger County formed in 1858 from part of Bexar County.
  • Willacy County formed in 1911 from parts of Cameron County and Hidalgo County.
  • Williamson County formed in 1848 from part of Milam County.
  • Wilson County formed in 1874 from parts of Bexar County, Guadalupe County and Karnes County.
  • Winkler County formed in 1887 from part of Tom Green County.
  • Wise County formed in 1856 from part of Cooke County.
  • Wood County formed in 1850 from part of Van Zandt County.

Y

  • Yoakum County formed in 1876 from part of Bexar County.
  • Young County formed in 1856 from parts of Bosque County and Fannin County.

Z

  • Zapata County formed in 1858 from parts of Starr County and Webb County.
  • Zavala County formed in 1858 from part of Maverick County.