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Randall County Court Records

Randall county court records consist of files and documents that help keep court proceedings transparent and accountable. They include details about a particular court case, such as party names and the type of case. The Randall County Clerk of Court is responsible for looking after all court records in the county.

Are Court Records Public in Randall County?

Under the Texas Public Information Act, court records are generally regarded as public documents. However, while court records are usually considered public information, the Texas Supreme Court provides for some exceptions. For instance, details about minors or sexual assault victims are often barred from public viewing. Records custodians can also deny access to documents containing sensitive or protected information.

Randall County Court Records Search

Interested parties can search for Randall County court records using a variety of options. For instance, record seekers can use the Randall County Judicial Records search portal for court records. The portal allows interested parties to search for criminal and civil court records. Randall County residents can also conduct searches by visiting the County Clerk's office at:

Randall County Clerk
501 16th Street, Suite 305
Canyon, TX 79015
Phone: (806) 468-5500

Randall County Court Records Search by Name

Interested parties can find court records with just the parties' names. The Randall County Judicial Records search portal has a name search option to make this possible. A person just needs to input the first and last names of the parties in the search box. However, name searches only reveal general details of a case, such as the case type and number.

Randall County Courts

Randall County has five courts within its court system: District Courts, Constitutional County Courts, County Courts at Law, Justice Courts, and Municipal Courts.

  1. District Courts: They have general jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases beyond the scope of other courts. They are located at:
    Randall County 47th District Court
    2309 Russell Long Blvd, #110, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 468-5600
    Fax: (806) 468-5604


    Randall County 181st District Court
    2309 Russell Long Blvd, #110, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 468-5600
    Fax: (806) 468-5604


    Randall County 251st District Court
    2309 Russell Long Blvd, #110, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 468-5600
    Fax: (806) 468-5604
  2. Constitutional County Courts: These courts strictly have appellate jurisdiction over cases from the County Courts at Law, Justice, or Municipal Courts. They are located at:
    Randall County Constitutional Court
    2309 Russell Long Blvd, #101, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 468-5505
    Fax: (806) 468-5509
  3. County Courts at Law: Texas law determines the extent of their jurisdiction. They are located at:
    Randall County Court at Law No. 1
    2309 Russell Long Blvd, #101, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 468-5505
    Fax: (806) 468-5509


    Randall County Court at Law No. 2
    2309 Russell Long Blvd, #101, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 468-5505
    Fax: (806) 468-5509
  4. Justice Courts: Justice Courts preside over some criminal and civil cases. They are located at:
    Randall County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
    501 16th St, #307, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 468-5606
    Fax: (806) 468-5607


    Randall County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
    4320 S Western, #102, Amarillo, TX 79109
    Phone: (806) 468-5658
    Fax: (806) 468-5661
  5. Municipal Courts: Municipal Courts have jurisdiction over certain civil and criminal cases, including felony preliminary hearings and dangerous dog ownership. They are located at:
    Canyon Municipal Court
    301 16th St, Canyon, TX 79015
    Phone: (806) 655-5023
    Fax: (806) 655-5007


    Lake Tanglewood Municipal Court
    1000 Tanglewood Dr, Amarillo, TX 79118
    Phone: (806) 622-8711


    Timbercreek Canyon Municipal Court
    P.O. Box 21144, Amarillo, TX 79109
    Phone: (806) 359-1808


    Village of Palisades Municipal Court
    P.O. Box 21144, Amarillo, TX 79114
    Phone: (806) 359-1808

Randall County District Court Records

The Randall County District Court has general jurisdiction over criminal and civil proceedings outside the purview of other courts. The court hears civil cases such as divorce, slander, and defamation. It also decides criminal cases such as felonies, lesser-included offenses, and some misdemeanors.

All District Court records are kept with the Randall County Clerk of Courts. The clerk’s office provides a portal for interested individuals to search for District Court records. Record seekers can look up details of civil and criminal cases by inputting the party’s name, case status, and the date the case took place. They can also go to the office to access these documents.

Randall County Criminal Records

To get criminal records in Randall County, interested parties must contact the Randall County Sheriff’s Office as they process requests for criminal records. The public can get local criminal history records from the Records Division of the Sheriff’s Office. Each sheet of a criminal record comes with a 10-cent fee. Record seekers can call, mail, or visit the Division to request a criminal history record using the following contact information:

Randall County Sheriff’s Office
Records Division
9100 South Georgia
Amarillo, TX 79109
Phone: (806) 468-5863
Fax: (806) 468-5776

The Texas Department of Public Safety may have criminal records that are not in the possession of the Records Division of Randall County Sheriff’s Office. It costs $10 for each criminal history record. This fee is payable by check or money order. Record seekers must fill out and submit a Request for Public Criminal History Data to request criminal records from the department. Interested individuals should mail the completed request form to:

Texas Department of Public Safety
Crime Records Service
P.O. Box 15999
Austin, TX 78761

Randall County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The Randall County Clerk's office has provided the Judicial Records search portal to allow interested parties to look up criminal court cases. Searchers simply input the parties' names and case numbers and type them into the search box. Record seekers can also visit the clerk’s office to view a criminal court case. The office is located at:

Randall County Clerk
501 16th Street, Suite 305
Canyon, TX 79015
Phone: (806) 468-5500

Get Randall County Civil Court Records

In Randall County, there are two ways to obtain civil court records. The first option is to go to the District Court Clerk's office at:

Randall County Clerk
501 16th Street, Suite 305
Canyon, TX 79015
Phone: (806) 468-5500

The second and more convenient option is the Randall County Judicial Records search portal.

Note: Information deemed confidential by Texas law, such as trade secrets, undercover operations, or the identity of a victim of abuse or sexual assault, is not available to the general public. Furthermore, a court order may protect the confidentiality of particular information related to a case, such as when it comes to sensitive matters like adoptions or sexual assault cases.

Randall County Family Court Records

Cases involving family law are under the jurisdiction of the Randall District Court since they fall under civil law cases. The court presides over issues about child custody, adoption, divorce, and dissolution of marriages.

There are various ways to find family law cases heard at the Randall County District Court. First, you can search for family court records via the Judicial Records search portal. Requesters can also visit the Clerk of Court’s office to request family court records.

Randall Dissolution of Marriage Records

Requestors can obtain copies of dissolution of marriage records at the County Clerk's office. They will need to have the details of the parties mentioned on the records. It should be noted that requesting copies may come with a fee. Alternatively, interested parties can order certified copies online or by mail at the Texas Vital Records State Department of Health. They can also visit the department at:

Texas Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756-3199

Requests should be mailed to:

Texas Department of State Health Services
P.O. Box 149347
Austin, TX 78714-9347

Randall County Marriage and Divorce Records

Randall County residents can obtain divorce records at the District Court Clerk’s Office. Requestors must visit the Clerk of the District Court at the Randall County District Court address to get a divorce decree.

The County Clerk’s Office is responsible for maintaining marriage records and issuing marriage licenses. To obtain copies of marriage licenses, visit the County Clerk’s Office at:

2309 Russell Long Boulevard
Suite 101
Canyon, TX 79015

Note: The office is open for visiting from Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., but closed every first Thursday of the month, from 12 noon to 1:00 p.m.

Randall County Birth and Death Records

To find Randall County birth and death records, you will need to contact the Texas Department of State Health Services. They are responsible for issuing certified copies of birth and death certificates. However, not all of these records are publicly available. For instance, only persons whose names are on the birth certificates and their immediate family members can have copies of birth certificates from 75 years to the present. In the case of death records, the Department only provides access to death certificates for the last 25 years to immediate family members.

You must have an acceptable Form of Identification to process death and birth records requests. To request certified copies of birth or death certificates, fill out and submit a Texas Birth Certificate Application or a Texas Death Certificate Application. Each copy of a birth certificate carries a $22 fee.

The initial copy of a death certificate has a $20 fee, while each subsequent copy requested costs $3. Purchasers can make payments through cash, check, money order, and credit card payments.

Applications can be sent by visiting the department’s physical address or mailing it. To request a certified copy of a birth or death certificate by mail, send a filled application form along with payment and a valid means of identification to:

Department of State Health Services
Vital Statistics Section
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78711-2040

For a walk-in request, visit the Vital Statistics Section of the Texas Department of State Health Services located at:

1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756

The office is open from Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Applicants can obtain copies of these certificates on the same day.

Randall County Probate Court Records

Probate matters in Randall County fall under the jurisdiction of the county’s District Court. It hears cases involving wills, estates, succession, and conservatorships.

Record seekers can find probate records with the help of the Judicial Records search portal. However, interested parties want to obtain certified copies; they had to visit the County Clerk's Office in person at:

Randall County Clerk
501 16th Street, Suite 305
Canyon, TX 79015
Phone: (806) 468-5500

Randall County Property Records

The Randall County Clerk maintains all property-related documents and records. The clerk’s office allows people to access these property records in person or online. To conduct an online search, select the “official public records” option on the county’s website to access Randall Property documents. However, you may have to register to perform searches on the site. Once registered, you can search the property index and view summary information about requested documents.

If you wish to request in person, ensure to visit the office of the Randall County Clerk during business hours:

2309 Russell Long Boulevard
Canyon, TX 79015
Suite101
Phone: (806) 468-5505
Email: Clerk@Randall.com

Note: It costs $1 for a copy of a property record. If you request certified copies, you may have to pay an additional $5 per page.

Randall County Court Records Online

Interested parties can search for Randall County court records using a variety of options. For instance, record seekers can use the Randall County Judicial Records search portal to look for court records. Aside from going through government websites, residents can access court records online through third-party websites like Texascourtrecords.us. They are convenient and offer advanced search features for more precise results. However, despite the ease of using these sites, they are not substitutes for official search sites. Some third-party search sites are unregulated and may contain inaccurate court data.

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