Collecting information regarding court cases can be difficult and a hassle to do, especially if there are factors that delay your search. Fayette County, Texas has a strict policy on giving information regarding court records, but if you approach the right and authorized person, you can easily get the court records you need. They also have a website that provides information on how their court system works. It is http://www.fayettecountyga.gov/.
Your best option is to visit the Fayette district county courthouse located at 151 North Washington Street, La Grange, TX 78945. They have a newly renovated courthouse that provides a suitable, clean and safe courthouse for the people of Fayette County. You can also call them at (979) 968-8500 or fax them at (979) 966-0799 so they can cater to all your court record needs. If you want to visit the Fayette County Constitutional Court, they are located at 15 North Washington Street, La Grange, TX 78945. Or, you can call them at 799-968-6469.
Visiting the district county clerk is also a very good option. You can write to the district clerk at P.O. Box 59, La Grange 78945. You can reach the clerk at (979) 968-3251, or you can fax at (979) 968-8531. The clerk serves as the record keeper and recorder of the information for the Fayette county court.
Visiting Fayette County Library is a great option when you are not sure of the documents youre looking for. You can always visit Fayette County Public Library at 182 Heritage Park Way, Fayetteville, Georgia 30214 or you can give them a ring at 770-305-5426. The Fayette County Library can give you free access to the information you need. They are open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM and Friday and Saturday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.