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Marshall County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Marshall County Arrest Records?

Marshall county arrest records document the history and activity of arrested offenders in the county area. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office is charged with the duty of maintaining these records. Interested members of the public may obtain them by sending a request to the office.

Crime Statistics

Alabama's law enforcement agency collages crime statistics in the state. According to the UCR’s 2017 crime statistics publication, a total of 158,941 criminal offenses were recorded statewide. 2,918 of these criminal offenses were committed within the Marshall county area. Larceny was the most common crime with 1,784 offenses recorded. Burglary crimes accounted for 19% of crimes, while assaults and robberies were positioned as the third and fifth most reported cases. Violent crimes accounted for 1.2% of the crime index, which comprised 34 rape cases and 2 homicides.

What are Marshall County Criminal Records?

Criminal records in Marshall county are documents showing the criminal activity of offenders in the county area. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency handles the collation and maintenance of criminal records in the state of Alabama. Criminal activity in Marshall county is maintained by the Marshall County Sheriff’s office. The Records Unit of the office handles the management of the criminal records in the county.

How Do I Get Marshall County Criminal Records?

Marshall County criminal records may be retrieved from the Marshall County’s Sheriff’s Office. The Administrative Department of the office handles generating and disseminating criminal records in the county area. Members of the public can get records from the department by preparing a written request and submitting it through the U.S mail or in person. Requestors of records may need to provide certain information, including full name, address, date of birth, and social security number. A valid, state-issued identity document should be enclosed with the written request.

Fees are charged for retrieval of records. While charges may vary among different records custodians, the Alabama Public Records Law allows a general charge of $1.00 per page for public records requested. A charge of $1.50 may also apply for the use of the state seal. The Alabama law doesn’t state a specific number of days for custodians to deliver records and requestors may have to follow-up to ensure they get records requested. There is also no provision under the Alabama Public Records Law for requesters to seek redress for turned down requests. Criminal records request may be made to:

423 Blount Ave,
Guntersville, AL 35976

How to Find Marshall County Sex Offender Information

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency maintains a sex offender registry, which is a collation of entries from local law enforcement agencies. Members of the public are given access to this registry and may retrieve such records on the state’s Sex Offenders Registry website. Sex offenders’ information in Marshall county may be accessed by limiting the search range to the county area only.

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office also has an online search tool that may be used to access information of sex offenders in the county area. The offenders' search tool reveals information of sex offenders within the boundaries of the county by inputting information, including name, address, city, and address type, in designated search boxes to obtain results.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Marshall County Jail?

Jail visitation days at the Marshall County Jail occur between Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Visitors must schedule visits 24 hours to the intended day, via the visitation desk on both Tuesdays and Thursdays. The sheriff’s office serves as the location for such visits. Approved visitors must show a valid identification document before entry and minors must be escorted by either parents or legal guardians. The Marshall County Jail is handled by the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office which handles the management of the jail facilities. The county jail is located at:

423 Blount Ave,
Guntersville, AL

General Information about the jail, including jail visitation times, jail supervisors, and bonds can be found on the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office website.

Where and How to Find Marshall County Inmate Information

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office maintains information on inmates in the county area. Information of both current inmates and released inmates can be retrieved on the online Inmate Roster hosted on the Sheriff’s Office website. Information may be retrieved on the search portal by searching with the first or last name of inmates.

What are Marshall County Court Records?

Marshall county court records are used in court proceedings. The circuit clerk of the 27th Judicial Circuit of Alabama is responsible for the management of court records in the county area. Interested parties may obtain court records from the office of clerk, upon request. Requests may be made in person by using the public access computer made available in the Guntersville Circuit Clerk’s Office for searching court record information. Interested individuals will need to input certain details, such as docket number and case filing date, to retrieve records.

Requests may also be made through the U.S mail by submitting a written request conveying details of the requested record. Charges may apply for the administrative effort of retrieving records. Requests for court records are made to the clerk’s office located at:

Marshall County Circuit Clerk
424 Blount Avenue, Suite 201
Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 571-7785

Location of All Courts in Marshall County

Below are the addresses and contact details of all the courthouses in Marshall County, Alabama:

Marshall County Circuit Court
Marshall County Courthouse
424 Blount Ave,
Guntersville, AL
35976
(256) 571-7785

Marshall County Circuit Court
Marshall County Courthouse
200 W Main St,
Albertville, AL 35950
(256) 878-4521

Marshall County District Court
Marshall County Courthouse
424 Blount Ave,
Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 571-7785

Marshall County District Court
Marshall County Courthouse
200 W Main St,
Albertville, AL 35950
(256) 878-4521

Marshall County Probate Court
425 Gunter Ave, #110,
Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 571-7764

Albertville Municipal Court
200 Sand Mountain Dr, Suite A,
Albertville, AL 35950
Phone: (256) 891-8291
Fax: (256) 891-8296

Arab Municipal Court
740 N Main St,
Arab, AL 35016
(205) 586-3540

Boaz Municipal Court
101 Line Ave, P.O. Box 537,
Boaz, AL 35957
(256) 593-6476

Douglas Municipal Court
55 AL Hwy 168, P.O. Box 45,
Douglas, AL 35964
(256) 593-953

Grant Municipal Court
4766 Main St, P.O. Box 70,
Grant, AL 35747
Phone: (256) 728-2007
Fax: (256) 728-5739

Guntersville Municipal Court
325 Gunter Ave,
Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 571-7579

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What are Marshall County Vital Records

Marshall county's vital records are documents with information on life activities, including birth, marriage, and divorce, in the county area. The Alabama Public Health Department is responsible for the management of vital records at the state level and issuance of copies of records to interested members of the public. Vital records at the county level are maintained by the Marshall County Health Department. Requirements and charges to request various records differ.

Where and How to Get Marshall County Divorce Records

Divorce records in Marshall County are maintained by the Marshall County Circuit Court. The circuit clerk of the 27th Judicial Circuit of Alabama attends to divorce record requests. Interested individuals may request divorce records in-person, by visiting the clerk’s office, or preparing a written request and sending it via U.S mail. Under Alabama state laws, requestors may be charged a fee of $15 for a divorce record requested and $6 per extra copy. Requests for divorce records may be addressed to:

Marshall County Circuit Clerk
424 Blount Avenue, Suite 201
Guntersville, AL 35976

Where and How to Get Marshall County Marriage Records

Marriage records in Marshall County are managed by the Marshall County Probate Court. Following the Alabama Act 2019-340, the Probate Court no longer issues marriage licenses to prospective couples but requires them to submit their Alabama Marriage Certificate form for recording. A form recorded by the court deems it legal. Members of the public may retrieve marriage records by requesting in-person or through U.S mail. Requestors may be required to provide certain details, including maiden names of spouses before marriage, date of marriage, address, and signature, to facilitate retrieval of the record requested. Records requests may be addressed to:

Marshall County Probate Court
425 Gunter Ave, #110,
Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 571-7764

Where and How to Get Marshall County Birth Records

Marshall county birth records may be obtained from the Marshall County Health Department. Upon payment of charges, birth records may be obtained by interested parties, their parents, relatives with their names on the certificate, and legal guardians. Custodians may require some personal information to retrieve records, such as name at birth, date of birth, gender, name of parents or legal guardians, city of birth, and hospital of birth. Requests may be sent to:

Marshall County Health Department
150 Judy Smith Dr,
Guntersville, AL 3597

Where and How to Get Marshall County Death Records

Death records in Marshall County may be obtained from the Marshall County Health Department. Following state law, only death records of more than 25 years old may be accessible to the public. Alongside payment of fees, only eligible members of the public can obtain death records. Information required for retrieval of death records includes the legal name of the deceased, date of death, county of death, gender, age of death, race, and social security number. Interested persons may request records through U.S mail or in person. Requests may be addressed to:

Marshall County Health Department
150 Judy Smith Dr,
Guntersville, AL 3597