Marshall County is situated in the northeastern part of Alabama and was established on January 9, 1836. It was named after Chief Justice John Marshall and its county seat lies in Guntersville. As of the year 2000, the total population of the county was 82,231.
According to this county’s crime statistics, property crime arrests such as larceny theft, burglary and arson are continuously increasing. Although violent crime arrests in the county aren’t that rampant, sex offenders in the county are quite numerous and are increasing all the time.
If you wish to find further relevant information about any Marshall County resident, just search public records online for quick and easy results. You can also visit the county courthouse and/or sheriff’s office in Marshall County if you prefer to do it physically. Below are their addresses.
Marshall County Courthouse:
424 Blount Ave.
Guntersville, AL 35976-0610
Telephone: (256) 571-7701