The Superior Court Clerk's Office is located at the Terrell County Courthouse Annex, with the Probate Court, Magistrate Court, Tax Assessor's Office, and Code Enforcement & Animal Control Office.
Lisa DeMott, Chief Deputy Clerk Sandra L. Walker, Deputy Clerk
Criminal Records, Juvenile Records, Real Estate Records, Civil Records
The Real Estate & Lien Dockets contains records relating to property holdings and financial statements such as
The Civil Docket contains records relating to civil matters such as
The Criminal Docket contains records relating to criminal matters such as
*Pending or disposed of crimal cases
*Protective orders related to a criminal charge
*Dead Docket cases
If you have questions regarding charges on a background check that you believe are inaccurate or open charges that should be closed, we will assist you with that matter.
All Juvenile Records in the Juvenile Docket are sealed unless a judge's order has been issued to unseal the record. Terrell County Juvenile Court does have a standing that allows a party to a case access to records pertaining to him/herself. For more information, please call and speak to the Clerk or Deputy Clerk of Juvenile Court at 229-995-2631
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The Superior Court Clerk commissions notary publics who reside in Terrell County. If your residence is in another county, you must obtain your notary public commission from that county.
To begin the application process, click the link below. If you have any questions about completing the application, call our office at
Military Discharge Records should be recorded in the county where the veteran lives or lived at the time of his/her discharge. Recorded DD-214 forms may be requested by either the veteran or an immediate family member, or the power of attorney for the veteran. Please complete and print the form below and bring it to the Clerk of Court's Office with proper identification. There is no fee for DD-214s.
The jury lists are drawn from jury pools created from driver's license records and voter registration records. If you have an address that lists a Terrell County residence on either your driver's license OR your voter registration card, you may end up as part of a jury pool.
To request an excusal/deferral or get updated on information about reporting for jury duty, click below.
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