Cherokee County Public Records
Cherokee County Alabama administrators are in charge of maintaining and provide an efficient means to obtain records containing public information. In Alabama, many county records are provided by the probate office in charge of business and marriages licenses, recording services, vehicle titles, tags and more.
Cherokee County Courts
Search Cherokee county courts courts include the probate, circuit, district and lower courts such as municipal and traffic jurisdictions. County governments offer electronic services open to the public eliminating the needs to visit court clerks offices for filing and case information.
- Cherokee County Court
Criminal records of misdemeanor and felony filings
100 Main Street
Centre, AL 35960
- Cherokee County Probate Office
Wills legal requirements and other information
- Cherokee County District Attorney
Information of wanted persons and citizen resources.
505 County Courthouse
300 Grand Avenue, South
Fort Payne, AL 35967
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