Ellis County, Texas Obtaining Court Records

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The internet has been the easiest and most reliable way of obtaining information. In fact, in some countries, you can even get public records regarding other persons. However, in some counties in the state of Texas, such as Ellis County, there is no searchable database for such files. Such documents are kept confidential in accordance with laws pertaining to the release of court proceedings.

There are three ways to acquire court data in Ellis County. The most resourceful way is to directly visit the county’s courthouses. There are plenty of courthouses in this county. The first one is the Constitutional Court found at 101 West Main Street, Waxahachie. Its number is (972) 825-5011. Your other two options are the 40th and 378th district courts. They are both located at 109 South Jackson Street, Third Floor, Waxahachie. Both can be reached at (972) 825-5091. If you can’t find the record you are looking for at one of these three courts, you can browse through Ellis County’s official website, http://co.ellis.tx.us/. There, you can learn more about other courthouses, where you can locate them, and how to contact them. To help you find the files that you want to search for, you can contact the county clerk at (972) 825-5070, or fax at (972) 825-5075. You can also visit personally at the address 109 S. Jackson St. 2nd Floor, Waxahachie.

Your last alternative in searching for court dockets is to visit or contact the following public libraries in Ellis County:

Ennis Public Library

501 W Ennis Ave

Ennis, Texas

Phone: (972) 875-5360

Ferris Public Library

514 S Mabel St

Ferris, Texas

Phone: (972) 544-3696

Red Oak Public Library

200 Lakeview Pkwy

Red Oak, Texas

Phone: (469) 218-1230

Ah Meadows Library

923 S 9th St

Midlothian, Texas

Phone: (972) 775-3417

Nicholas P Sims Library & Lyceum

515 W Main St

Waxahachie, Texas

Phone: (972) 937-2671

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