The county of Cherokee is located in Texas and was founded in July 13, 1846. There are 50,845 residents in Cherokee who have access to courthouses in Alto, Bullard, Cuney, Jacksonville, New Summerfield, Rusk, Wells. In general, each county has a full set of courts, from traffic court to superior and appellate court; supreme courts are usually located in the state capital. Texas is part of the 5th federal circuit court as well.
There are 1,190 residents in Alto, which is 1.7 square miles and 436ft above sea level.
There are 2,463 residents in Bullard, which is 3.1 square miles and 505ft above sea level.
There are 140 residents in Cuney, which is 1.5 square miles and 374ft above sea level.
There are 14,544 residents in Jacksonville, which is 14.1 square miles and 522ft above sea level.
There are 1,111 residents in New Summerfield, which is 4.6 square miles and 472ft above sea level.
There are 5,551 residents in Rusk, which is 6.9 square miles and 518ft above sea level.
There are 769 residents in Wells, which is 2.0 square miles and 325ft above sea level.