Hon. Brandon Birmingham, Presiding

Frank Crowley Courts Building - 133 N. Riverfront Boulevard, 6th Floor, Dallas, TX 75207
Court Administrator: (214) 653-5882 • Fax: (214) 653-2861
Email: Jessica.Esparza@dallascounty.org


Judge Brandon Birmingham

Court Staff:
Court Coordinator: Jessica Esparza-Ramirez - (214) 653-5882
Court Reporter: Kelly Simmons - (214) 653-5883
Chief Clerk: (214) 653-5880

Mailing Address:
292nd Judicial District Court
Frank Crowley Courts Building
133 N. Riverfront Boulevard
Lock Box 35
Dallas, TX 75207

Court Location:
Frank Crowley Courts Building
133 N. Riverfront Boulevard
6th Floor
Dallas, TX 75207

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292nd Jury Trial and Warrant Report

Jury Trial Report: The   report below is dynamic, meaning you can click on a chart or graph, and the rest of the report will adjust accordingly. On the first page, you will find information related to Jury Trial Dispositions in the 292nd Judicial District Court since 1/1/2015. The large number in the middle shows the total number of trials heard in the 292nd since 1/1/2015. The “Verdict Breakdown %” chart shows the % of each type of outcome in a jury trial: Guilty, Guilty of a lesser-included charge, Not Guilty, or a Deadlocked Jury. The Table in the middle describes the types of charges and the number of trial for each. The “Charge Breakdown %” chart ranks the top 4 types of cases most often heard by Juries: Child Sex Abuse, Homicide, Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Robbery; the remaining types are listed as “other.” The blue bar graph shows the number of trials by year, broken down by degree.

Warrant Report: By hovering and clicking on the arrow in the bottom left corner, you will be taken to page 2, the Warrant Report. Each day, officers approach the Court to have various types of warrants signed. Some are arrest warrants, some are search warrants for locations like houses or electronics. On average, the Court signs approximately 57 warrants per week (the number does not include those warrants that the Court refused to sign).


AIM Court Report, 1/1/2017 to 1/1/2022

Upon taking the bench in 2016, Judge Birmingham created AIM Court, a second-chance court for youthful offenders. By completing the curriculum created in conjunction with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, The Dallas County Public Defender’s Office, The Community Corrections Case Managers, and Community Treatment Providers, successful participants will have their indicted cases dismissed, thus removing the hazards of a lifetime felony conviction. They will also learn life skills that will serve their efforts to become productive members of society. In this dynamic report, you can explore the success of AIM, including a total number of graduates between 1/1/2017 and 1/1/2022. Judge Audra Riley the Presiding Judge of Criminal District Court Number 3, Dallas County, now oversees AIM Court. Applications can be found by clicking this link.