Chris Perri Law has provided a list of helpful criminal justice resources to provide you with the information you need during this difficult time.
Criminal Justice Resources
Check inmate status by clicking “inmate search.” You can also find out whether you have any active warrants in Travis County through the “warrants on the web” tab. The website also contains information about how to visit inmates at the Travis County Jail and the Travis County Correctional Complex.
Access the online docketing information, including every defendant’s charge, court assignment, and next court date.
Access case information on any traffic or parking ticket pending in Austin Municipal Court. You can also pay tickets online.
211 is an excellent service sponsored by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. It answers many questions about accessing certain social resources, such as Medicaid, rental assistance, utility assistance, and child-care subsidies.
Austin Stress Clinic is a privately-owned business specializing in providing psycho-educational classroom-based programs on both voluntary and court-ordered bases. Their programs help clients develop healthier, less harmful ways of managing problems and building better relationships.
TCCES has programs that meet the requirements of most court-ordered counseling. Their 15-hour drug education class is usually required in any misdemeanor drug possession case, and they provide educational programs for clients accused of DWI.
Treatment Centers Specializing in Mental Health Conditions
Seton Mind Institute and Austin Lakes Hospital deliver psychiatric and psychological services to patients throughout Central Texas. The admissions teams can help connect clients to both in-patient and out-patient treatment programs for a broad spectrum of mental and behavioral conditions.