It is through the use of public records like Lubbock County Court Records that the government is able to inform the public of some of the most important things that the government is doing, but the term public records is not limited merely to records that describe the things that the government is doing, rather, these term would also include those records that would have something to do with the lives of the people but contain information that would be of great interest to the members of the public such as the birth and death records of a person, or the criminal records of the person.
The fact that these records are labeled means that the records could only prove that which is written on their faces, and it is for this reason that birth records could not prove the fact of the death of the person named on the record, just as death records could not prove the fact of the birth of the person named in the record even if it be common sense that a person should first be born before a person could die. At best, the death records could provide prima facie evidence that the person was born, but not conclusive evidence as to the fact of the birth of the person, as for that to happen, the actual birth records should first be presented.
As these records are public records, they are supposed to be available to the public at all times, indeed, the only requirement that a person who is interested in the record would have to comply with when making the request for these records would be to comply with the procedures given by law when making the request, though one must also note that because these records do not actually come for free, it is usually those people who do have a legitimate interest in the records in question that make the request for copies of these records.
The actual method for making the request for copies of the records would depend upon the office where the request would be made, though in general, requests for copies of the records are done at the local or county level office where the method for making the request would either be to make the request in person or to make the request through the mail. Both methods would have their own inherent set of advantages and disadvantages that the person making the request would have to take into consideration when making the request.
Lubbock County Court Records could also be requested online through the use of online databases. Note that while most of these databases are not government operated, any and all information obtained from these sources could not enjoy the presumption of regularity despite the fact that these online databases could provide information that would be substantially the same s that which could be found from the official archives. Note that these databases could also provide the information faster and more efficiently, and they are also cheaper to use.