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One of the duties of the government would be to keep copies of records for the members of the community to be made aware of the things that the government had done that would involve the rights and duties as well as the obligations and responsibilities of the members of the community. Often, these events would be precipitated by the actions of other members of the community, though there are times when the government would be the one that would initiate the actions that would have binding effects. As it is the mandate of the government to keep the people aware, there is often the need to resort to the use of public records like Alabama Public Records.

These records are the best way that the government could inform the public of the things that had happened and the things that would have effects that would be binding upon the world. The reason for this would because the contents of these records are the official records of the government, and this means that the information written on the four corners of the paper that would be requested from the government would be presumed to be true and accurate at all times such that the party making the presentation of these records would have no need to prove that the contents of the records are true and accurate.

Of course, this presumption of regularity is not absolute, and it must be remembered that the person making the presentation of the records would still be required to prove that the records that he or she is presenting were obtained from the proper sources as it must be borne in mind that the presumption applies only if the records were obtained from the proper sources. In addition, the presumption of regularity applies only in the absence of evidence to the contrary, though it would be the burden of the party that would claim that the records are false to prove their allegation through the use of the competent evidences.

A request for the copies of the records would usually be done at the office that made the records in the first place. The reason for this lies in the fact that there is no official repository for the copies of the records in question. The first ask of the party that would make the request for the copies of the records should thus be to determine the place where the records are kept. The place where the records are kept would also be the office that would determine the procedure that one would use in order to make the request for the copies of the records. While these procedures would depend on the office where the request would be made, often the method would either be through the mail or in person, with both methods having their own inherent set of advantages and disadvantages.

It is also possible to find copies of Alabama Court Records online with the use of online archives. These databases are capable of presenting information that would practically be the same as that which could be found from the official records, but it must be noted that because they are not official records, any and all information that may be obtained through these databases could not be used for official purposes.