Bexar County Objects to State Records Database

Money collected from the sale of public records would be sent to the state if a new system proposed by the Supreme Court Office of Court Administration holds up.

Bexar County’s Donna Kay McKinney District Clerk says the office wants to use a private company to take care of record searches and sales statewide. However, the County maintains and protects those records with money collected from their sale.

So, Bexar County Commissioners will take up a resolution Tuesday asking to be excluded from the system.

Other counties across the state are taking up similar resolutions.


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