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Marion County, Alabama – Court Records

In many cases, accessing court records for Marion County, Alabama is as easy as requesting it from the correct court, and by providing them with the correct form. The problem with this is that figuring out how to even contact the courts, as well as finding the necessary forms, can be tremendously challenging. While we cannot provide you with the forms, we can tell you which courts to contact – as well as some other, official sources which can usually help folks access the types of records that they need.
As with many counties, you cannot directly search through court records for Marion County with an online database. Because of this, you will want to contact some of the courts directly yourself. You should start with the Office of the Circuit Judge of Marion County by either dialing (205)486-2257, or by visiting their offices at 207 County Road 90, in Haleyville, AL 35565. You can also contact the Offices of Lee Carter Circuit Judge at (205)485-1162, or 1100 20th Street, Haleyville, AL.
Depending on how long ago the court decision whose records you are looking for took place, it may be necessary to utilize the Alabama Supreme Court and STate Law Library’s Reference Desk. This library houses just about every legal decision handed down in the state of Alabama, and if the local courts cannot help you find it, then chances are, this library can – and they have a fully-staffed reference desk. You can best reach this desk either by email at [email protected], or at (800)236-4069.