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Madison County - Court, Arrest, and Public Records

Madison County can be found in the state of Texas. Madison County was organized in the year of 1854. There were 14,222 people in Madison County in 2017, according to a census.

Its seat is Madisonville.

It is named for James Madison, the fourth president of the United States.

Arrest Records

In 2016, there were 102 property crimes and 9 violent crimes in Madison County. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Travis Neeley, Sheriff
Madison County Sheriff’s Office
2005 E. Main Street
Madisonville, TX 77864
Phone: (936) 348-2755
Fax: (936) 348-3763

Madison County Criminal Records

State Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders within their jurisdiction across the USA. This consists of offenders who are working, living, incarcerated, or attending school in the area. Members of the general public hold the basic right to access the list in question. Close by offenders can be found by residents making use of the search tools online.

Court Records in Madison County-

The County Courthouse is in charge of all criminal, family, and civil cases in Madison County. All case records are accumulated and preserved by the County Clerk. A person can ask for access to these records using one of the following:

Susanne Morris, County Clerk
Madison County Courthouse
103 W. Trinity Street, Rm. 104
Madisonville, TX 77864
Phone: (936) 241-6210
Fax: (936) 241-6211
susanne.morris@madisoncountytx.org

Note - Mail, email, or fax are the selections for common data files, but anything official or certified must be dispatched via mail.

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Madison County Public Records

The County Clerk is responsible for holding all details within the county. The vital records in question refer to records about a person's main life events. The files in question contain birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. The details themselves can include, but aren't restricted to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce data files. All files in Madison County are stored in one central state registry.

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

Susanne Morris, County Clerk
Madison County Courthouse
103 W. Trinity Street, Rm. 104
Madisonville, TX 77864
Phone: (936) 241-6210
Fax: (936) 241-6211
susanne.morris@madisoncountytx.org

Note - Office opening hours are between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., and photo ID is essential.