Hale County, Texas Court Records Search

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Hale County court records can be difficult to search for online. This is because some documents, although public, are restricted from online access in order to protect the privacy of individuals named in such documents. However, there are ways to access the information you need without using the internet.

To begin your search for court records, contact the county courts. Many records available for public access are kept in the county courts. The Hale County Court is located at 500 Broadway, #140, Plainview, TX. You can contact the Hale County Recorders Office at (806) 291-5261. They can also be reached through fax at (806) 291-9810. Their office hours are from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM and from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

You can also visit the Hale County District Court. It is located at Suite 3, Justice Center, 225 Broadway, Plainview, TX. The court can be contacted by phone at(806) 291-5254, or by fax at (806) 291-5304. You can also reach them by sending an email to [email protected]. The court is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until 12:00 PM and from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM.

It may also be helpful to visit the Hale County official website to find more information about searching for court records. On the Hale County website, you will find a list of offices that can help you find the court records you need. The web address for Hale County is http://halecounty.org/. Try using the quick links on the homepage to make your search easier. If you have questions and are need further help with your court dockets search, you can send an email to [email protected].

Finally, the local library is an excellent resource for your court records search. Librarians can provide instruction on how to locate court records and can answer any questions you have about how to conduct your research. Unger Memorial Library is located at 835 Austin Street, Plainview, TX. You can reach the library by phone at (806) 296-1148, or you can send a message to the librarian by emailing [email protected].

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