Mobile County Court Records in Alabama

The county of Mobile is located in Alabama and was founded in 1812. There are 414,836 residents in Mobile who have access to courthouses in Bayou La Batre, Chickasaw, Citronelle, Creola, Dauphin Island, Mobile, Mount Vernon, Prichard, Saraland, Satsuma. In general, each county has a full set of courts, from traffic court to superior and appellate court; supreme courts are usually located in the state capital. Alabama is part of the 11th federal circuit court as well.

Find Bayou La Batre County courthouses

There are 2,558 residents in Bayou La Batre, which is 7.6 square miles and 13ft above sea level.

Find Chickasaw County courthouses

There are 6,106 residents in Chickasaw, which is 4.6 square miles and 30ft above sea level. It was settled in 1946.

Find Citronelle County courthouses

There are 3,905 residents in Citronelle, which is 26.1 square miles and 312ft above sea level.

Find Creola County courthouses

There are 1,926 residents in Creola, which is 15.2 square miles and 23ft above sea level.

Find Dauphin Island County courthouses

There are 1,238 residents in Dauphin Island, which is 166.0 square miles and 7ft above sea level.

Find Mobile County courthouses

There are 195,111 residents in Mobile, which is 180.1 square miles and 10ft above sea level. It was settled in 1702.

Find Mount Vernon County courthouses

There are 1,574 residents in Mount Vernon, which is 5.6 square miles and 30ft above sea level.

Find Prichard County courthouses

There are 22,659 residents in Prichard, which is 25.5 square miles and 30ft above sea level. It was settled in 1925.

Find Saraland County courthouses

There are 13,405 residents in Saraland, which is 28.6 square miles and 13ft above sea level. It was settled in 1957 and is governed by a Mayoru2013council local government.

Find Satsuma County courthouses

There are 6,168 residents in Satsuma, which is 7.5 square miles and 13ft above sea level.