Bibb County AL Court

Find Bibb County, Alabama courts and courthouses, such as federal, state, district, superior, criminal, common, circuit, judicial, judiciary, divorce, appeals, family, traffic, and small claims courts. Courts provide information on legal cases, law documents, case searches, and appeals.


Bibb County District Court 35 Court Square West Centreville AL 35042 205-926-3106


Brent Courthouse 22 1st Street South Centreville AL 35042 205-926-5125

Centreville Courthouse 1270 Walnut Street Centreville AL 35042 205-926-4995

West Blocton Courthouse 1139 Main Street West Blocton AL 35184 205-938-7622

Woodstock Courthouse 28513 Highway 5 Woodstock AL 35188 205-938-9790

About Bibb County Courts

Courts in Bibb County, AL are government institutions that resolve legal disputes in accordance with local Bibb County and Alabama law and are housed in Bibb County courthouses. Courts are divided into Criminal Courts and Civil Courts. In Bibb County Criminal Courts, the government prosecutes a case against parties accused of breaking the law. In Bibb County Civil Courts the Court resolves disputes between citizens.

You may contact Courts for questions about:
  • Bibb County court records and judgments
  • Law documents, filings and case records
  • Appealing Bibb County court judgments
  • Court calendars and dockets
  • Bibb County background checks
Bibb County Court Records

Bibb County court records are available to the public at the Bibb County Courthouse. Records vary by specific court, however, commonly requested public records include copies of court decisions, court filings and records, court dockets and calendars, people and background check information as well as criminal records.

About the US Court System

The United States Legal System is comprised of a Federal Court System and Fifty State Court Systems which hear cases at Bibb County Courthouses.

Bibb County Trial Courts

Bibb County Courts, where cases are heard for the first time, are where both sides, the prosecutor and defendant present evidence to argue and support their versions of events. A jury usually decides the outcome of cases and a single judge presides over the court room.

Limited Jurisdiction Court

Limited Jurisdiction Courts in Bibb County are typically limited to hearing only cases about small claims, traffic and driving violations, and misdemeanor offenses. Other courts of limited jurisdiction include Bibb County Probate Courts and Bibb County Family Courts.

Appellate Court in Bibb County, Alabama

Appellate Courts, or Courts of Appeal, hear appeals of decisions that are reached in Bibb County Trial Courts. A judge or a panel of judges presides over the appellate process and decides the outcome of the trial rather than a jury.

Alabama Federal Courts

Federal Courts are divided into Trial Courts and Appellate courts. Bibb County Federal Courts are divided into Courts of General Jurisdiction and Courts of Limited Jurisdiction. General Jurisdiction Courts preside over all matters of cases, whereas Courts of Limited Jurisdiction are limited by their scope. Federal Courts in Alabama are referred to as Superior Courts or District Courts and have jurisdictional authority over defined geographic areas.

Twelve Circuit Courts comprise the US Appellate Court System with the United States Supreme Court at its head. Appellate Courts in Alabama state are similar to the Federal System, whereas multiple appellate courts hear cases within a defined geographic area, governed by the highest State Court, the Alabama Supreme Court.