Bibb County Alabama Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(101)Bibb County Courts
Bibb County District Court35 Court Square WestCentrevilleAL35042205-926-3106
Bibb County Courts
Brent Courthouse22 1st Street SouthCentrevilleAL35042205-926-5125
Centreville Courthouse1270 Walnut StreetCentrevilleAL35042205-926-4995
West Blocton Courthouse1139 Main StreetWest BloctonAL35184205-938-7622
Woodstock Courthouse28513 Highway 5WoodstockAL35188205-938-9790
Bibb County DMVs
Bibb-Centreville Tag & Title Office8 Court Square WestCentrevilleAL35042205-926-3104
Bibb-Woodstock Tag & Title Office27451 Highway 5WoodstockAL35188205-938-7299
Centreville Driver's License Office8 Court Square WestCentrevilleAL35042205-926-3108
Bibb County Court Records Databases
Bibb County Accident Reports
Bibb County Child Support Warrants
Bibb County Court Records
Bibb County Court Records (Georgia)
Bibb County Criminal Records
Bibb County Probate Office Website
Bibb County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment

How to Get Court Records in Bibb County, Alabama

If you are looking for records, such as marriage or divorce certificates, birth and death records, you need to find them in Bibb County. The best place to start your search is the Vital Records Office in the county. They have a database of most of the records that are considered public record. This means that if you want one of these records you can go down to the office and get it.

You can also do an online search to find public records. There are sites like Public Records Pro and Gov-Records that will allow you to search for a certain set of information. These sites will let you know if the person you want to search has an active certificate. If they do not then they will let you know and you can try another search site. They might not have all the information that you want so it is important to use these sites instead of just going on a wild goose chase trying to find something.

Another option is to get a paper copy. You can either get a hard copy or a PDF version of the records. Many people prefer to get the hard copy because they like to be able to look at the documents and read them. Others prefer the PDF since they can print it out and take it with them. It is a matter of personal preference but both have their pros and cons.

Court documents are considered public record so all of the states that are listed with the Federal Government should have the records. You need to make sure that you are getting an accurate version of the records. Some states have changes to the laws so it is important that you have the current version or you could end up having to get the new records. It is also important that you are getting the correct person. If the person’s Social Security number is different then you might get the wrong person’s records.

A good way to do a free search is to visit the official website for the state where the person lives or is found. They should have records available on their site. It is very unlikely that they would have the records for a person who moves between states or lives in another country.

Another option is to use one of the online companies that have access to large databases. They have access to court records from many states and they can get you results very quickly. These companies can be a good place to start your search if you know the person’s address or Social Security number. If you have any other information about them then it can help you narrow down the search even more. You will still have to get the person’s birth date, full names, marriage and divorce records if you want all of this information.