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Hamilton County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

In the year of 1858, Hamilton County was created. In 2010, there were 8,517 total people living in Hamilton County.

The county seat is Hamilton. It is named for James Hamilton Jr., a former governor of South Carolina who gave financial aid to the Republic of Texas.

Hamilton County Arrest Records

In the county in question, there were 102 property crimes and 13 violent crimes in the year of 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department
Justin Caraway, County Sheriff
1108 S Rice
Hamilton, TX 76531-9600
Phone: (254) 386-8128
Fax: (254) 836-8762

Hamilton County Criminal Records

The State Police are required to preserve an up-to-date registry of sex-offenders in their jurisdiction across America. Any offender living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the area will be in the registry. This list can then be looked at by citizens, as is their right. People can utilize the tools online to look for any nearby offenders.

Hamilton County Court Records

In Hamilton County, all criminal, family, and civil cases lie under the jurisdiction of the Courthouse. The County Judge stores all records with respect to these cases in Hamilton County. These contacts are useful to access these details:

Hamilton County Courthouse
W. Mark Tynes, County Judge
102 N. Rice, Ste. 124
Hamilton, TX 76531
Phone: (254) 386-1290
Fax: (254) 386-1291
<@hamiltoncountytx.org>

Note - Official/certified data files can only be directed by mail, rather than the customary mail, email, or fax. Standard details cost $1 per page. There is a cost of $5 per page for official/certified files.

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Hamilton County Public Records

All Hamilton County records are handled by the County Clerk. All important life events are found within the county records for each resident. Birth, death marriage, and divorce records can all be enclosed within these documents. The details themselves could include, but are not confined to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce files. One core registry contains all vital documents.

People have the legal right to request access to these data files. These contacts are often used to obtain the records:

Hamilton County Clerk
102 N. Rice St., Suite 107
Hamilton, TX 76531
Phone: (254) 386-1202
Fax: (254) 386-8727

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

In Hamilton County, first death certificate replicate costs $21, with each copy following that costing $4.