Juanita Miller, District Clerk

The Bosque County District Clerk's Office Hours

8 AM  - 5 PM Monday -Thursday, Friday 8 AM - 4 PM )  

2024 Holidays

Office of the District Clerk

110 South Main, Room 209
P O Box 674

Meridian, TX 76665


Jodeen Schnurpel- Chief Deputy District Clerk

Azusena Alvizo- Deputy District Clerk

Stella Green-Deputy District Clerk

Mary Best - Records Preservation Clerk

Please do not ask Clerks for legal advice. Unauthorized Practice of Law - Government Code, Sec. 81.101: Clerks cannot give advice or the rendering of any service requiring the use of legal skill or knowledge, such as preparing an instrument.


Click the link below for Jury Information:

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Effective May 2022 our District and CCL Courts have gone paperless in the District Clerk's Office. All filings that go through EFILE are considered originals. All filings through EFILE will be in our CMS. All filings brought to court will be scanned into our CMS.  Any exhibits and or records that cannot be scanned will be placed in the file.


Bosque County District Clerk's Office now accepts  Civil and Criminal E-Filings.

Please visit for more information.



EFILE-COURT RECORD SEARCH  2016- CURRENT (click on the link-Index & Documents)

(Family-Civil Records 1986- current-index only)

(Criminal Records 1991- current-index only)

Duties and Responsibilities of the District Clerk
The District Clerk is the Clerk to the 220th Judicial District Court and County Court At Law and the custodian of all court records.
The 220th District Court hears Civil ( up to and over $250,000) property tax cases, cases involving trust, felony criminal cases, and domestic relation matters which include divorces, annulments, adoptions, and child support cases.
The County Court at Law hears Civil ( $250,000 or less), domestic relation matters which include divorces, annulments, adoptions, CPS, and juveniles.
The District Clerk also participates in the jury wheel, reconstitution jury wheels, certifying jury lists, and arranging for juries.
The District Clerk does not handle passports those are referred to local post office.

Pay District Clerk Fees Online Only

Mastercard or Visa, no American Express accepted

(No JP#1, JP#2, or County Clerk Fees)

money orders, cashier checks, no personal checks, cash (exact amount)




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