Terry County
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Brownfield, Texas
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1311 Tahoka Road
Brownfield, Texas 79316

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Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Terry County Sheriff Patch
Civil Process Information

TERRY COUNTY SHERIFFS’ FEES

 

 

Notices:

 

Subpoenas ..... $75.00

Summons ..... $75.00

Writ of Attachment ..... $150.00

Writ of Garnishment ..... $150.00

Writ of Sequestration ..... $150.00

Orders of Sale ..... $150.00

Writ of Possession ..... $150.00

Forcible Detainer ..... $75.00

 

Service Fees:

 

Small Claims Citation ..... $75.00

Justice Court Citation ..... $75.00

All Other Courts' Citations ..... $75.00

 

 

Other Service Fees:

 

 

Temporary Restraining Order ..... $75.00

Posting Written Notices in Public Places ..... $20.00

Writ of Execution ..... $150.00

Writ of Restitution ..... $150.00

Writ of Injunction ..... $150.00

Writ of Habeas Corpus ..... $150.00

Sheriff's Deeds ..... $100.00

Notices ..... $75.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is the goal of the Civil Process Division to serve all received process in a reasonable and timely manner while maintaining an impartial stance between all parties involved or having an interest in a case. Each year, the Civil Process Division's deputies, supervisors, and office staff work together to process and execute more than ______ individual writs.

A detailed case management system enables the Civil Process Division, employees to effectively and efficiently administer process serving and execution of civil writs.  Domestic Violence Injunctions, Notice of Evictions, Subpoenas, Writs of Execution and Distress Writs are examples of the types of process this division serves.  The overall effectiveness of the judicial system is dependent upon this division's efficient and expeditious service of these as well as many other types of civil process.

The Sheriff's Civil Process Division provides a cost effective, credible service and successfully serves most defendants. However, the case is civil in nature and the Sheriff cannot utilize criminal investigative tactics such as stakeouts or computer inquiries (DMV, arrest records, etc.) to serve process.