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Harrison County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Harrison County is found in the state of Texas. Harrison County originated back in the year of 1842. A census in 2010 indicated that Harrison County had a total of 65,631 habitants. Harrison County comprises the Marshall Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Longview-Marshall Combined Statistical Area.

The county seat is Marshall.

It is named for Jonas Harrison, a lawyer and Texas revolutionary.

Harrison County Arrest Records

In the year of 2016, there were 53 violent and 269 property crimes in the county. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Tom McCool, Sheriff
Harrison County Sheriff’s Office
200 West Houston
Marshall, TX, 75670
Phone: (903) 923-4000

Harrison County Criminal Records

The State Police are required to preserve 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 region. This list is also made obtainable to the community. Residents in Harrison County can look for each sex offender living in a radius around their home making use of the online search tools.

Harrison County Court Records

All criminal, family, and civil cases in Harrison County lie inside the jurisdiction of the County Clerk's Office. The County Clerk retains all records related to these cases in Harrison County. There are a number of ways to gain access to these records, via one of the following:

Liz James, County Clerk
200 W. Houston, Suite 143
PO Box 1365
Marshall, TX, 75671
Phone: (903) 935-8403
Fax: (903) 935-4877

Note - Official or certified documents can only be delivered via mail.

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Harrison County Public Records

County data files are all handled by the County Clerk. A person's main life events are all found within these vital documents. These milestone life events include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, among others. The records themselves could include, but are not restricted to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce details. The records are all preserved under one central vital document registry.

These public details can be seen by Harrison County residents. These contacts could be used to obtain the records:

Liz James, County Clerk
200 W. Houston, Suite 143
PO Box 1365
Marshall, TX, 75671
Phone: (903) 935-8403
Fax: (903) 935-4877

Note- An individual normally has to put the application in writing and share a photocopy of some form of photo ID, for example a driver’s license or state ID.