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Public Information Requests to the Kendall County Criminal District Attorney’s Office

The Texas Public Information Act gives the public the right to request access to government information. A Public Information Request is a request for public information contained in the files or records of a Texas governmental agency. Public Information Requests are governed by provisions of the Public Information Act as set out in Chapter 552 of the Texas Government Code. A requestor must ask for records or information already in existence. The Act does not require a governmental body to create new information, to do legal research, or to answer questions.  A governmental body may make inquiries of a requestor in order to establish proper identification.

In compliance with Texas Government Code 552.205, basic information about the rights of a requestor, the responsibilities of a governmental body, and the procedures for inspecting or obtaining a copy of public information under the Public Information Act is provided at the following links:

The Public Information Act – English          Ley De Información Pública – En Español

Texas Government Code 552.230 authorizes a governmental body to promulgate reasonable rules of procedure for public information requests.

Please follow the procedure set out below:  

  1.  Please click on this link to obtain the Kendall County Criminal District Attorney Public Information Request Form. 
  2.  Fill out the form
  3.  Submit the form in any of the following ways:

By Mail to:    Kendall County Criminal District Attorney – PIR
Kendall County Courthouse
201 East San Antonio, Suite 306
Boerne, Texas 78006

By Email to:

In Person: Same as mailing address

If a government body displays a sign or publishes on its website a mailing address and electronic mail address designated for receiving written requests for public information, then the government body is not required to respond to a written request for public information unless the request is received at one of those addresses or by hand-delivery.

All individuals who request public information have the responsibility to:

  • Submit a written request according to a governmental body’s reasonable procedures;
  • Include enough description and detail of the requested information so the governmental body can accurately identify and locate the requested items;
  • Cooperate with the governmental body’s reasonable requests to clarify the type or amount of information requested;
  • Respond promptly in writing to all written communications from the governmental body (including any written estimate of charges);
  • Make timely payment for all valid charges; and
  • Keep all appointments for inspection of records or for pick-up copies.

For a download of all Kendall County Criminal District Attorney Public Information Request forms, please click here.


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