Please create an account prior to requesting discovery by clicking on the Request Account Access link provided above. If you require further assistance, refer to the Help Section of this page. Please allow two business days for your account to be approved. If you have additional questions, please contact the Williamson County Attorney's Office Evidence Division at 512-943-1111.
Items Subject to Limited Discovery
Evidence Constituting Child Pornography. The County Attorney’s Office will not provide copies of evidence described by §43.26(a)(1) and §43.261 Texas Penal Code. However, these items will be made reasonably available for inspection, viewing, and examination by the defendant, the defendant’s attorney, and defense expert witnesses.
Recorded Statements of Child Abuse Victim. The County Attorney’s Office will not provide copies of recorded statements of a child abuse victim, including recorded statements obtained by a Child Advocacy Center. However, these items will be made reasonably available for viewing by the defendant, the defendant’s attorney, and defense expert witnesses.
TDFPS Files. Discovery of files and records pertaining to investigations conducted by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services are subject to restrictions provided by §264.408 Texas Family Code.
Physical Evidence. All physical evidence held by the County Attorney’s Office or a law enforcement agency may be inspected in person by the defense attorney upon request. Appointments for viewing physical evidence must be made through the County Attorney’s Office and not through the law enforcement agency.
Items Not Subject to Discovery
Work Product. Documents, notes, and reports generated by the prosecutor and County Attorney investigators that constitute work product in the course of litigation are not subject to discovery.
NCIC/TCIC printouts. Copies of criminal history printouts are not authorized pursuant to DPS regulations