Calhoun County Alabama Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(111)Calhoun County Courts
Calhoun County District Court25 West 11th StreetAnnistonAL36201256-231-1866
Calhoun County Courts
Anniston Municipal Court1128 Gurnee AvenueAnnistonAL36201256-231-7614
Hobson City Municipal Court610 Martin Luther King DriveAnnistonAL36201256-831-0441
Jacksonville Municipal Court310 Church Avenue SoutheastJacksonvilleAL36265256-435-6960
Ohatchee Municipal Court7801 Alabama 77OhatcheeAL36271256-892-1691
Oxford Municipal Court100 Choccolocco StreetOxfordAL36203256-835-6118
Piedmont Municipal Court312 North Center AvenuePiedmontAL36272256-447-3571
Calhoun County District Attorney Offices
Calhoun County District Attorney25 West 11th StreetAnnistonAL36201256-231-1770
Cleburne County District Attorney25 West 11th StreetAnnistonAL36201256-231-1770
Calhoun County DMVs
Calhoun County Tag & Title Office1702 Noble StreetAnnistonAL36201256-241-2900
Jacksonville Driver's License & CDL Office1703 Pelham Road SouthJacksonvilleAL36265256-435-7006
Calhoun County Court Records Databases
Calhoun County Accident Reports
Calhoun County Arrest Warrants
Calhoun County Child Support Warrants
Calhoun County Court Records
Calhoun County Court Records (Alabama)
Calhoun County Criminal Records
Calhoun County Probate Records
Calhoun County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
City of Anniston Traffic Tickets

How to Search Court Records

Calhoun County, Alabama, has a rich history. This area was known as Hardison before it was changed to Calhoun County, and includes part of Hooverville, Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and Blount counties. It was named after Associate Justice William L. Douglas, who is said to have settled in the area. It was also one of the first communities to desegregate schools in Alabama.

The first public court records in Calhoun County can be found on the county’s website. However, the most comprehensive record source is the official archives of the State of Alabama. The records can be searched by name or case type. There are also links to the probate and ancestor records of those living in the area. You can also access information about someone’s death and burial, as well as their obituary and funeral service information.

State of Alabama public records are available for land grantee properties, U.S. territorial land grants, tax liens, deeds, and lawsuits. For a fee, you can also search for marriage and divorce records. If you need more information about someone else, you can find it. The State of Alabama’s Vital Records Registry can help with some last minute details, including immigration status and death records.

Many of the records can also be searched by specific case types. For instance, if you are looking for information about a missing child, you can enter the case type (kidney/bodily/property) to narrow down your search. If you are looking for information about someone who has died, then just enter the names of the people in your database. Also, if you are searching for information about a person or a company that has a large amount of debt, then you will need to enter the amount owed and the word ‘debt’ or ‘forfeiture’. These case types can also narrow down the information that you receive from the State of Alabama Vital Records Registry.

Some people may be hesitant about having to pay to access these types of public records, but there are many situations where this is much more convenient than digging through files at the courthouse. For example, if you need information about an individual that has changed their name, then you will most likely have to go to the courthouse to obtain the information. On the other hand, many times people are concerned that they may not have access to information if they change their name, especially if that person becomes deceased. By looking up court records in Calhoun County, you can find out the new name immediately and file it electronically with the courts.

There are many situations in which you might be able to use the services of an online agency to conduct a search on court records in Calhoun County. However, you will need to make sure that the site you choose is completely legitimate. There are sites that will claim to offer free public records searches, but you will most likely end up being redirected to a sales page for a fee based service. Before you enter your personal information on any website, you should ensure that it is reputable and will not try and sell you any information that you do not already have. Court records are a very important resource, and having access to them quickly and easily at any time is a convenience that everyone should take advantage of.