Autauga County Court Records Search
Like most of Alabama, only certain types of court records are available for public access in Autauga County. These include most criminal cases, most types of probate cases, and all other types of public records. One of the best places to begin your search, depending on what you are searching for, is the Department of Records & Recording, which is a section of the Autauga County Probate Court. Their homepage is located at http://www.autaugaco.org/Default.asp?ID=209. The telephone number of Department of Records & Recording is (334)361-3731.
According to their website, a record of index and images dating from November 1, 1996 is available on their computer, and earlier records, from 1820 to 1996, are available either on microfilm or in bound volumes.
The types of court records and court decisions that are available for the public to view and access at any time include deeds, mortgages, liens, judgments, plats, powers of attorney, and UCCs.
If you are hunting for the court records that relate to a family member, or you are trying to establish a more detailed history of your family in Autauga County, Alabama, then you should consider consulting the Archivist that is employed by the Department of Records & Recording. They can be reached through telephone at (334) 361-0961.
Alternatively, if you are looking for a very specific type of record and know what office you will need to contact, you can view the telephone number of each office of the Probate Court at http://www.autaugaco.org/Default.asp?ID=30.
Finally, certain types of records, including some types of court dockets and court decisions, may only be available at the Alabama Secretary of State, whose website is located at http://www.sos.state.al.us/.