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The United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas is a pivotal entity in the federal judiciary, serving a diverse and expansive area that includes key urban centers like Houston, as well as border regions adjacent to Mexico. This district is characterized by its involvement in significant legal matters related to its booming oil and cattle industries, alongside its unique geographic and demographic profile.
The main courthouse, situated in the Bob Casey Federal Building in Houston, is complemented by additional divisions in Corpus Christi, Galveston, Laredo, McAllen, and Victoria
Federal Judges’ Roles and Responsibilities
Currently, the Southern District of Texas is staffed by 19 U.S. District Judges, 11 of whom are senior judges, and 12 Magistrate Judges.
The judges in this district oversee a wide array of cases. Due to the district’s proximity to the Mexico border, there is a high volume of immigration and drug trafficking cases. Additionally, the district deals with legal issues specific to the oil and cattle industries, including environmental violations and commercial disputes, as well as maritime law cases and complex civil rights issues.
Judges manage trials, pre-trial proceedings, motion rulings, and legal opinions, maintaining a commitment to justice and legal precision.
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US Courthouse Locations
Clerk’s Office are open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
600 E. Harrison St. Brownsville, TX 78520 956-548-2500
1133 N. Shoreline Blvd. Corpus Christi, TX 78401 361-888-3142
601 Rosenberg Galveston, TX 77550 409-766-3530
515 Rusk Street Houston, TX 77002 713-250-5500
1300 Victoria St. Laredo, TX 78040 956-723-3542
1701 W. Business Hwy 83 McAllen, TX 78501 956-618-8065
312 S. Main, Room 406 Victoria, TX 77901 361-788-5000
Federal Public Defender’s Office
The Federal Public Defender’s Office in the Southern District of Texas provides crucial legal representation to indigent defendants in federal criminal cases, covering all stages of the legal process, including trial, plea negotiations, sentencing, and appeals before the 11th Circuit and the United States Supreme Court, as well as probation or supervised release violation cases.
600 E. Harrison Street,Room 102 Brownsville, TX 78520-7119 Telephone: (956) 548-2573
606 N. Carancahua Street Corpus Christi, TX 78401-0697 Telephone: (361) 888-3532
440 Louisiana Street, Suite 1350 Houston, TX 77002-1056 Telephone: (713) 718-4600
1202 Houston Street Laredo, TX 78040-8018 Telephone: (956) 753-5313
1701 W. Business Hwy 83, McAllen, TX 78501-5178 Telephone: (956) 630-2995
U.S. Pre Trial Services
U.S. Pre Trial services in the Southern District of Texas assesses individuals charged with federal crimes, recommending bail and release conditions to ensure court appearances and public safety. The system aims to minimize unnecessary detention, provide fair treatment, and guide defendants through the complexities of the pretrial process.
600 East Harrison Street Brownsville, TX 78520 956-548-2667
1413 Houston Street Laredo, TX 78040-4913 956-790-1733
1133 North Shoreline Boulevard Corpus Christi, TX 78401 361-888-3411
1701 West Highway 83 McAllen, TX 78502 956-618-8077
515 Rusk Street Houston, TX 77002-2600 713-250-5218
Federal Bail Bonds
In the Southern District of Texas, bond fulfillment documents must be submitted in person at the Criminal Intake window, typically between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Bail payments are accepted via cashier’s checks or money orders; cash over $5,000 and personal checks are not accepted.
Be sure to contact the Clerk of the Court or US PreTrial services for exact bail information
Federal Prison Early Release
For those in the Southern District of Texas facing federal prison for crimes like white-collar offenses and drug trafficking, Wall Street Prison Consultants offers assistance with, guiding defendants through the Court process, prison survival and early release programs. For early prison release options Contact Wall Street Prison Consultants at at 212-796-6064
U.S. Attorney’s Office
The U.S. The Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas enforces federal laws, empanels Grand Juries, and issues indictments. Assistant United States Attorneys prosecute a range of federal crimes, reflecting the district’s unique legal landscape.
1000 Louisiana, Ste. 2300 Houston, TX 77002 713-567-9000
600 E. Harrison, Ste. 201 Brownsville, TX 78520-5106 956-548-2554
800 N. Shoreline Blvd., Ste. 500 Corpus Christi, TX 78401 361-888-3111
P.O. Box 1179 Laredo, TX 78042-1179 956-723-6523
1701 W. Highway 83, #600 McAllen, TX 78501-5160 956-618-8010