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Young County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Young County is situated in the major state of Texas. The county originated in 1856 and organized in 1874. A census in 2010 indicated that Young County had a total of 18,550 people.

Its county seat is Graham. It is named for William Cocke Young, an early Texas settler and soldier.

Young County Arrest Records

In Young County, there were 5 violent crimes and 49 property crimes in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Young County Sheriff’s Office
315 N. Cliff
Graham TX 76450
Phone: (940) 549-1555

Young County Criminal Records

The State Police are required to hold 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. Members of the general public hold the basic right to view the list in question. Close by offenders can be looked up by residents by using the search tools online.

Court Records in Young County

In Young County, the County Courthouse is responsible for all civil, family, and criminal cases. All case records are accumulated and maintained by the Courthouse. In order to identify one of these case files, people must ask online, or obtain copies in person at:

Young County Courthouse
516 4th St
Graham, Texas, 76450
Phone: (940) 549-2030
Fax: (940) 521-9482

Note - Mail, email, or fax are the choices for common records, but anything official or certified must be directed via mail.

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Young County Public Records

All Young County records are preserved by the County Clerk. An individual's essential life events are all found within these vital data files. Birth, death marriage, and divorce files can all be enclosed within these records. The records themselves encompass, but are not limited to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce records. The data files are all kept under one central vital document registry.

These public records can be accessed by Young County residents. These records can be requested from:

Young County Clerk
516 4th St #104
Graham, TX 76450-3063
Phone: (940) 539-8432

Note - The office opens between 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST, and a person should bring a photo ID.

In Young County, birth certificates cost $23 for the first duplicate. The first death certificate copy costs $21, with every last other subsequent replicate costing $4. Marriage records cost $7 for the first copy.