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Bourbon County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Bourbon County Background Information

Kentucky contains Bourbon County. There were 19,985 occupants in Bourbon County in 2010. The current county seat is Paris.

It was established in 1785.

It was named after the French House of Bourbon, in gratitude for Louis XVI of France’s assistance during the American Revolutionary War.

Bourbon County is part of the Lexington–Fayette, KY Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Bourbon County Arrest Records

Arrest documents are kept for every last crime in Bourbon County. Crimes in Bourbon County are split into two primary classifications, violent crime and property crime. Back in 2018, there were 2 violent and 45 property crimes across the whole of Bourbon County.

Bourbon County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff: Tony Asbury
301 Main Street
Paris, KY 40361
Phone: (859) 987-2130
Fax: (859) 987-9284

Criminal Documents Bourbon County

In Bourbon County, they keep an up to date list of all sex offenders. This is not limited to those purely living and working in Bourbon County, but also those attending school or imprisoned within the county. This register is in the public domain. Citizens of Bourbon County can therefore look for any sex offenders within a certain distance of their homes.

There are regularly updated criminal documents in Bourbon County, including jail and inmate files. documents in Bourbon County.

Bourbon County Court Files

Bourbon County features the county courthouse, which oversees all criminal, family, and civil cases. Bourbon County court documents are managed by the court clerk. In Bourbon County, a person must enquire to obtain a record at:

Bourbon County Courthouse
310 Main St
Judicial Center
Paris, KY 40361
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EST
Phone: (859) 987-2624
Fax: (859) 987-6049

The Court of Appeals has the power to oversee any lower court case in Kentucky when an appeal is made. The lower courts in question could include one of the 120 superior or trial courts in Kentucky, such as the one in Bourbon County.

NOTE - Widespread files can be transferred to the requested by fax, email, or mail. Having said that, all official files can only be delivered via mail in Bourbon County.

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Bourbon County Public Files

Vital documents are kept on every last citizen in the state of Kentucky. These documents contain a person's most significant life events. These documents can consist of vital documents on divorces, marriages, births, deaths, and more. Bourbon County plays an important role in getting vital files for the Kentucky state government. Bourbon County is in charge of gathering some vital files from citizens and delivering them on to the state.

Marriage files are obtained by every last county clerk in Kentucky. The clerks, such as the one in Bourbon County, then send the files to the Office of Vital Statistics. In the past, county offices in Kentucky have also been tasked with amassing birth and death files. These county offices, such as the one in Bourbon County, may have obtained birth certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, divorce certificates, marriage certificates, and more. One central Kentucky registry holds all state vital documents. They can then be used for statistical analysis.

These vital records are in the public domain and so can be accessed by Bourbon County residents. The state of Kentucky passed the Kentucky Open Files Act back in 1976, meaning that members of the public now have the fundamental right to access any public documents. The most recent amendment to the Act came in 1994. In order to access files, a Bourbon County citizen must apply at:

Bourbon County Clerk: Richard Stipp Eads
301 Main St, Ste 106
Paris, KY 40361
Phone: (859) 987-2142
Fax: (859) 987-5660

NOTE - In Bourbon County, a person must visit the office between 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 8:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Friday EST. Those looking to request documents must also bring some form of photo identification. This could include a driver's license or state ID. In Bourbon County, every single request must also be in writing.