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Jim Hogg County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

In the year of 2010, Jim Hogg County was formed in 1913. There were 5,300 people in Jim Hogg County in 2010, according to a census.

Its county seat is Hebbronville. It was named after Jim Hogg, the 21st Governor of Texas, and the first governor born in the state of


Jim Hogg County Arrests Records

In the county in question, there were 9 property crimes and 2 violent crimes in the year of 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Jim Hogg County Sheriff’s Office
Erasmo Alarcon Jr., Sheriff
211 E Galbraith St
Hebbronville, TX 78361-3403
Phone: (361) 527-4140
Fax: (361) 527-4310

Jim Hogg County Criminal Records

In Jim Hogg County, and across Texas, the State Police are required by law to maintain an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders in their jurisdiction. This can include offenders who are working, living, incarcerated, or attending school in the neighborhood. The up-to-date list can be seen by members of the public. Neighboring offenders can be searched by residents by utilizing the search tools online.

Jim Hogg County Court Records

In Jim Hogg County, the County Courthouse is in charge of all civil, family, and criminal cases. In Jim Hogg County, all records concerning these cases are retained by the County Judge. There are a number of ways to view these records, via:

Jim Hogg County Courthouse
County Judge
102 E Tilley St,
Hebbronville, TX 78361
Phone: (361) 527-3015

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Jim Hogg County Public Records

The District & County Clerk is given the job of controlling and conserving all county documents. The vital records in question refer to residents' key life events. The files in question comprise of birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. The life event details consist of birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce data files, plus much more. Documents are all secured together in a central vital record registry to be used later for statistical analysis.

People have the right to request access to these files. A resident must obtain access online, or in person at:

Jim Hogg District & County Clerk
Hebbronville, TX 78361
P.O. Box 878
Phone: (361) 527-4031

Note - Office opening hours are between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST, and photo ID is essential.

In Jim Hogg County, birth certificates cost $22 for the first duplicate. The first death certificate copy costs $20. A resident must pay $20 for the first marriage certificate.