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Presidio County District Courts

Presidio County

Learn the virtual court procedures, who you need to contact, and more about the Presidio County District Courts.

Guide Overview

Civil District Courts hear all family and civil law issues including divorce cases, custody issues, child abuse and neglect (involving the Department of Family and Protective Services, or CPS) cases, cases involving title to land, and civil matters where the amount of money or damages involved is $200 or more.  

This guide contains information on all the District Courts, Associate Courts, and the Presidio County Child Support (IV-D) Court.  

Texas Law Help is working with courts around the state to provide you with accurate information. To help improve upon the information that is available, please leave any comments or recommendations in this Virtual Court Content Survey.   

Research Tips

Read our articles on Zoom and how to use it to prepare for your hearing. You should also read the following document uploaded by the District Clerk: 

Common questions about Presidio County

The 394th District Court holds court in Alpine, Van Horn, Sierra Blanca, Fort Davis, and Marfa. The Presidio County District Court is in the Presidio County Courthouse at: 

300 North Highland Street 

Marfa, TX 79843 

Phone: (432) 729-4452 
Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Contact the court for information about your case. You can also visit the Civil and Family Records Desk.

You can read How to E-File to learn about E-Filing.  

You can also read more about E-Filing on the District Clerk's webpage.  

Instructions & Forms

Honorable Judge Roy B. Ferguson 

300 North Highland Street 

Marfa, TX 79843 

(note that the 394th District Court includes five other counties. Confirm that your court appearance reflects the proper address) 
Phone: (432) 837-5831 

Watch the 394th District Court's court live stream on YouTube. 

This information is current as of February 23, 2023.  

Checklist Steps

Is this court doing virtual hearings? What platform are they using? Are there any exceptions?
Possibly Zoom Contact the Court for more information on virtual hearings.

You can visit the 394th District Court's webpage, or Presidio County’s District Court page for the most up-to-date information.  

Also read our article on How to Use Zoom to prepare for a virtual hearing on Zoom. 

All documents you want to file with the court must be filed with the District Clerk’s Office through e-filing, in person, fax, or by mail. Contact the District Clerk’s Office with any questions at (432) 729-3857. 

Contact the court to schedule a hearing.  

Possibly. Depending on the complexity of the matter, type of hearing, and the situation, the court will use its discretion to permit virtual hearings. Contact the court to see if you can schedule a virtual hearing. 

Court staff will contact you after your hearing is set with instructions for the hearing, including how evidence is submitted and presented to the court. 

Possibly. Contact the court for information on virtual jury trials. 

Possibly. Contact the Court if you have concerns. 

If you have any questions concerning your case or court procedures, contact the Court Coordinator at (432) 837-5831 or by email on the 394th District Court’s Contact Page.  

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