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Franklin County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

The state of Texas is not only a significant location within America, but it is also the place to find Franklin County. Franklin County was built back in the year of 1875. In 2010, Franklin County had a total populace of 10,605, shown by a local census.

The county seat is Mount Vernon. Although the origin of the county’s name is not recorded, it is generally believed to have been named after Judge Benjamin C. Franklin, the first appointed justice in the Republic of Texas.

Franklin County Arrest Records

In 2016, there were 92 property crimes and 27 violent crimes in Franklin County. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office
Ricky Jones, Sheriff
208 TX Hwy 37
Mt. Vernon, TX 75457
Phone: (903) 537-4539
Fax: (903) 537-2632

Franklin County Criminal Records

The state police are required to hold an up-to-date registry of sex-offenders in their jurisdiction across America. This includes offenders who are working, living, incarcerated, or attending school in the community. Members of the public hold the fundamental right to obtain the list in question. Residents in Franklin County can look up every single sex offender living in a radius around their house making use of the search tools on offer online.

Franklin County Court Records

In Franklin County, all criminal, family, and civil cases lie inside the jurisdiction of the County Courthouse. The Courthouse holds all records in relation to these cases in Franklin County. In order to obtain one of these case files, someone must ask online, or buy copies in person at:

Franklin County Courthouse
200 N. Kaufman Street
Mount Vernon, TX 75457
Phone: (903) 537-4252
Fax: (903) 537-2418

Note - Mail, email, or fax are the options for regular documents, but anything official or certified must be sent via mail.

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Franklin County Public Records

County details are all managed by the County Clerk. These vital records refer to files concerning state residents’ crucial life events. These milestone life events can include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, among others. The life event records may include birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce documents, and others. Data files are all kept collectively in a central vital document registry to be utilized later for statistical analysis.

The public have the authority to request access to these data files. A citizen must acquire access online, or in person at:

Franklin County Clerk
200 N Kaufman St
Mount Vernon, TX 75457-0068
Phone: (903) 537-4252 x2

Note - The office opens between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST and an individual usually has to put the application in writing and supply a photocopy of some form of photo ID, for example a driver’s license or state ID.

An individual must pay $23 for their first birth certificate replicate. Each first death certificate duplicate costs $21, with each and every duplicate following that costing $4.