Yoakum County is one of the thirty driest counties in the state of Texas. This county was greatly influenced by Henderson King Yoakum, where its name was taken from. Henderson was a historian and the director of the state penitentiary in Huntsville. Being the second largest state in the United States of America, it is very critical to get hold of court records so that you will be aware about the personal history of the people you are dealing with.
Courts records are accessible to the public. However, you will need help from authorized personnel. Yoakum County has four types of courts where you can find court documents. You can go either to the district court at 899 Plains or to the constitutional court at 456 Plains. Both the district court and the constitutional court can be reached at 806-456-7491. Sandra Roblez is the district clerk. You can email her at email@example.com.
Contact the justice court precinct 1 by phone at 806-456-7491 Ext 293 or fax them at 806-456-6175. Precinct 2 is located at 412 W 5th Street in Denver City. You can call them at 806-592-3963 or fax them at 806-592-7543. The municipal court is located in Denver City and can be reached by phone at 806-592-8880.
You can also seek help from county clerk Deborah Rushing by calling 806-456-7491. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fax at 806-456-2258. The chief appraiser of Yoakum County is Saundra Stephens. You can reach her at 806-456-7101.