The internet is a part of our daily lives. Almost everything can be found and downloaded. However, with the advent of this technology, there are still restrictions and prohibitions where private court records are concerned. Mills County, being in Texas, observes strict adherence to policies set by the government concerning the release of court dockets. There are several ways for you to obtain court records.
Prior to your search, you can visit the countys website and learn how to obtain court documents, as well as find out which courthouses you can go to. Just visit www.co.mills.tx.us/. The county has a district and a county court where court records and cases are kept and can be retrieved following due process. The district court can be contacted by calling (325) 648-2711 or faxing to (325) 648-3251. The district courts mailing address is P.O. Box 646, Goldthwaite, Texas 76844.
Mills County Constitutional Court can also aid you in your Mills County court records search. You may contact the county to set up an appointment prior to your visit by calling (325) 648-2222 or faxing to (325) 648-2806. Aside from these two courthouses, you may also try inquiring at Mills County Justice of the Peace Court at P.O. Box 65, Goldthwaite, Texas 76844. For direct inquiries, you may call (325) 648-2278.
If these options fail to provide you with the court records you want, you may visit the county library, the Jennie Trent Dew Library. It is located at 1101 Hutchings, Goldthwaite, Texas 76844. You can call the library at (325) 648-2447. Access the library online through their website, http://www.jtdlibrary.net/.