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Gaines County - Court, Arrest, and Public Records

Gaines County is situated in the state of Texas. Gaines County was organized in the year of 1905. A census indicated that Gaines County had a total human population of 20,638 in 2017.

The county seat is Seminole.

The county is named for James Gaines, a merchant who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence and was born in Culpeper County, Virginia in 1779.

Arrest Records

There were 11 violent crimes and 68 property crimes in the county in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Tim Smith, Sheriff
Eastland County Sheriff’s Office
305 E Ave A
Seminole, TX 79360
Phone: (432) 758-9871

Gaines County Criminal Records

In Gaines County, and across Texas, the State Police are required by law to uphold an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders in their jurisdiction. Any offender living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the area will be in the registry. This list can then be seen by citizens, as is their right. Inhabitants can utilize the tools online to seek out any nearby offenders.

Gaines County Court Records

All criminal, family, and civil cases in Gaines County lie within the jurisdiction of the County Courthouse. The County Clerk gathers and preserves all records referring to these cases. There are a number of ways to access these records, via one of the following:

Terri Berry, County Clerk
Gaines County Courthouse
101 South Main, Room 206
Seminole, TX 79360
Phone: (432) 758-4003
Fax: (432) 758-1442

Note - Official/certified details can only be directed by mail, rather than the standard mail, email, or fax. There is a expense of $1 per page for typical documents. Any official/certified records cost $5 per page.

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Gaines County Public Records

All Gaines County documents are preserved by the County Clerk. Someone's key life events are all found within these vital files. The vital information in question can refer to someone's marriage, divorce, birth, death, and much more. The life event records normally include birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce data files, plus more. Documents are all preserved together in a central vital record registry to be utilized later for statistical analysis.

Residents in Gaines County can request duplicates of these data files, as they are public files. In order to attain data files, an individual must enquire online, or obtain copies in person at:

Terri Berry, County Clerk
Gaines County Courthouse
101 South Main, Room 206
Seminole, TX 79360
Phone: (432) 758-4003
Fax: (432) 758-1442

Note - Office opening hours are between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., and photo ID is essential.