If you file in Dallas County court, you won't need to find a driver's record. If you file in another court, you must purchase a record. The Court is required to review by TC 521.244) The AR report is the best for this purpose. Texas.gov record only does not include suspension history. You really shouldn't do this alone. Find someone to help you
When your lawyer drafts the petition and orders for your case, it will give the court the information to get your record for the hearing. In other words, you are not required to get your own DL record in Dallas.
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First of all, there is no such thing as the "CITY of Dallas County."
In the Dallas County criminal courts, no driving record is needed for an ODL. This is where misdemeanor DWI cases are filed. ODLs for a felony DWI are filed in the Dallas County District courts. They do require a driving record.
ODLs are confusing even to lawyers. You could try to do one yourself, but you should probably hire a lawyer.
Best of luck to you!
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