If you are curious about what what the Frank Crowley Court Building looks like, we have some photos for you below. Frank Crowley is the name of the court building that houses the Dallas County Courts. The address is 133 N. Riverfront Blvd. Learn more about Dallas County Criminal Courts
The entrance to the court building brings you to what is actually the second floor. The second floor contains the grand jury room, the county clerks, district clerks, cashiers, a few different court management offices and the jurors’ arrival area. The first floor houses sheriff staff, the cafeteria and pre-trial services, among other areas.
The main entrance of the court building faces downtown, and you can see a nice view of the Dallas skyline when you exit the building. There are parking lots surrounding the building. You can park outside for about $5 all day.
Immediately behind the court building is the Lew Sterrett jail building. The jail is divided into different units, including the North Tower, West Tower and Katy Tower. There is a small walkway between the jail and the court building.
There is an outdoor, uncovered parking lot across the street from Lew Sterrett.
Recent Case Results
- 2019 Not Guilty in Collin County DWI >0.15
- 2019 Not Guilty in Dallas County Indecency with a Child
- Oral Argument at the United States Federal 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Prosecutorial Misconduct Claim arising out of Northern District of Texas
- 2018 Not Guilty in Martin County Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Peace Officer
- Not Guilty in 2018 Dallas County DWI Trial
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- Federal sentencing results in 10 Year Downward Deviation from Sentencing Guidelines in 2018
- Not Guilty Jury Verdict for client originally accused of Intoxication Manslaughter
- Case Dismissed after picking jury in Aggravated Sexual Assault of Child case in 2017
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