Milam County District Clerk
102 S. Fannin Ave, Suite 5
Cameron, Texas 76520
Office Location: Milam County Courthouse (3rd Floor)
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
The office of the District Clerk has been included in every Texas Constitution since the Republic.
Art. 5, Section 5 of the Texas Constitution provides that there shall be a District Clerk in each county. The District Clerk is elected by the voters to serve a four year term.
The District Clerk is registrar, recorder and custodian of all documents involved in criminal, juvenile, civil, family, attorney general and tax cases in the district court. Additionally, the District Clerk’s office is responsible for docketing, indexing and recording, collecting fees, fines and court costs and managing all funds held in litigation; and performs such other duties as are imposed by statute or rule. The District Clerk performs duties from the time a case is filed through disposition, appeal and ancillary proceedings for many years after judgment. The District Clerk’s office provides court support for the District Court.
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