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This website is privately owned and operated. Therefore I am not responsible for anything that Dallas County does or says and Dallas County is not responsible for anything that I do or say. This site is run as a public service and does not make commercial nor political endorsements. No legal advice can or will be given, so don't ask. The following list of FAQs are based on E-mails received by the webmaster. The answers are attempts to direct you to some helpful resources but are not intended to be legal advice nor to attest to the accuracy or completeness of those resources. If you have suggestions for FAQs (or, even better, Answers to FAQs) please E-mail the Webmaster

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Q1: I have misplaced my jury summons. What do I do?
Q2: I have received a jury summons. I want to serve but cannot serve on the date on the summons. What can I do to change the date?
Q3: I just received another jury summons. I served last month. Do I have to serve again this soon?
Q4: When is the courthouse open?
Q5: Where is the "small claims" court?
Q6: How do I get a marriage license?
Q7: What is the fee for ...?
Q8: How do I get a copy of a court order?
Q9: I can't afford an attorney. Will the court appoint an attorney for me?
Q10: I got a traffic ticket. Where do I go to pay it or to contest it?
Q11: I need to find information or a document - an old deed, Assumed Name, old lawsuit, probate of a will, conviction of a friend , etc.. Where are they?
Q12: I am a teacher and want to bring my class to see a trial. Whom do I contact?
Q13: I would like to work for Dallas County. Where is the personnel department?
Q14: I want to find out who owns a piece of property and how much it is worth.
Q15: I am trying to track down my ancestors. Where do I go?
Q16: I was born in Dallas county and need a legal birth certificate. Where do I go?

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