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Hall County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Hall County was organized in the year of 1890. Hall County had a populace of 3,353 in 2010.

Its county seat is Memphis. It is named for Warren D. C. Hall, a secretary of war for the Republic of Texas.

Hall County Arrest Records

In 2016, there were 8 property crimes and 2 violent crimes in Hall County. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Hall County District and County Clerk, Raye Bailey
512 Main St., Ste. 8
Memphis, Texas 79245
Phone: (806) 259-2627
Fax: (806) 259-5078

Hall County Sheriff’s Department
Sheriff Thomas Heck
512 Main Street, Suite 7
Memphis, Texas
Phone: (806) 259-2151
Fax: (806) 259-2137

Hall County Criminal Records

In Hall County, and across Texas, the State Police are required by law to manage an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders in their jurisdiction. This registry provides an up-to-date list on not only those located in the area, but working, attending school, and those incarcerated too. The up-to-date list can be looked at by members of the public. Residents can utilize the tools online to find any nearby offenders.

Hall County Court Records

The County Courthouse is answerable for all criminal, family, and civil cases in Hall County. All records associated with the cases heard in Hall County are handled and maintained by the County Judge. These contacts can be used to access these records:

Hall County Courthouse
County Judge, The Honorable Ray Powell
512 West Main, Suite 4
Memphis, Texas 79245
Phone: (806) 259-2511
Fax: (806) 259-3083

Note - These data files can commonly be delivered my mail, email, and fax if they are typical data files, but any official or certified details must be delivered by mail. $1 per page is the price for common files. There is a cost of $5 per page for official/certified details.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

Hall County Public Records

Vital records in Hall County are handled by the Courthouse. The vital files in question pertain to data files about a person's essential life events. The vital documents in question can pertain to an individual's marriage, divorce, birth, death, and more. The life event files can include birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce documents, plus much more. The records are all stored under one central vital record registry.

These public details can be seen by Hall County residents. A resident must apply for access online, or in person at:

Hall County Courthouse
512 Main St S, #8
Memphis, TX 79245
Phone: (806) 259-2627

Note - The office opens between 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST, and a person is required to bring photo ID.

Each first birth certificate replicate costs $22, with every single duplicate after that costing $3. A resident must pay $20 for the first death certificate replicate and $3 for every single one following. An individual must pay $20 for their first marriage certificate replicate, and $3 for every last following replicate.