In the realm of evidence, the best evidence that one could present would be the official records of the government, and examples of these would be <a href="http://www.countygovrecords.com/kaufman-county-public-records.html">Kaufman
County Online Records</a> Kaufman County Public Records, because as the official records of the government, these records are afforded the presumption of regularity such that the contents of the records are presumed to be true and accurate at all times. One may ask why there is a need to prove the happening of events, and the answer to that is because most events would have effects that would bind not only those who have taken part in the event, but also the whole world, especially when the event in question is something that would change the status of the person who was involved in the event.<br /><br /><img src="http://thumbs.mugshots.com/gallery/images/e9/32/Randell-Lee-Craven-mugshot-36077223.400x800.jpg"
width="450" align="left" /><br /><br />It is important to note that the records in question can only prove the events that are actually written upon the four corners of the records itself, which means that if the party presenting the records would be seeking to prove something, but that something is not actually reflected upon these records, then these records would not be able to prove the same, and this rule would be true even if that event that is not written on the record is a condition precedent, or one that should have happened first, to the event that is written on the record. In such instances, the person making the request would be better off presenting copies of the records for that event that he or she is seeking to prove as such would, more likely than not, also be available for the public.<br /><br />As the name implies, these records are public records, and that means that they are supposed to be available to the general public at all times, but it must be noted that just because that is the case does not mean that these records come for free. Indeed, the person who would make the request for copies of these records would still be required to pay the required fee in order to make the request for copies of these records, though one must note that the required fee that would have to be paid would be very minimal so <img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4784/40057514074_8877ddf4a3.jpg"
align="left" width="267" style="padding:10px;"/> as not to present a true obstacle to any person who would make the request for copies of the records.<br /><br />There are a number of places where copies of the records are kept because there is no central repository for copies of these records. The first thing that the person who would make the request should know is where the records are being kept because more often than not, that is the only place where the records could be requested from. It must also be noted that most offices would have their own prescribed methods for making the request, and that prescribed method would be the only method that one could use to make the request.<br /><br />Records made by the Kaufman County Clerk of Court are also available online through the use of online databases, though it must be noted that these databases are not official sources for the <a href="http://www.countygovrecords.com/">Texas
Free Public Records Search</a> purpose of the presumption of regularity despite the fact that the information that they could provide would be roughly the same as that which could be found from the official sources.