Baxter County Arkansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(107)Baxter County Courts
Briarcliff District Court945 Scenic DriveMountain HomeAR72653870-491-5762
Baxter County Courts
Cotter District Court115 Mc Lean AvenueCotterAR72626870-435-6326
Gassville District Court204 South School StreetGassvilleAR72635870-435-6439
Lakeview District Court881 Surrey DriveLakeviewAR72642870-431-8744
Mountain Home Circuit Court1 East 7th StreetMountain HomeAR72653870-425-3475
Mountain Home District Court301 East 6th StreetMountain HomeAR72653870-425-3140
Norfork District Court49 City Hall CircleNorforkAR72658870-499-5225
Baxter County District Attorney Offices
Baxter County Prosecuting Attorney301 East 6th StreetMountain HomeAR72653870-425-2595
Marion County Prosecuting Attorney301 East 6th StreetMountain HomeAR72653870-425-2595
Baxter County Public Defender Office
Baxter County Public Defender301 East 6th StreetMountain HomeAR72653870-424-2907
Baxter County DMVs
Mountain Home Revenue Office200 East 8th StreetMountain HomeAR72653870-425-2571
Mountain Home Testing Facility1318 Bradley DriveMountain HomeAR72653870-523-4849
Baxter County Court Records Databases
Baxter County Accident Reports
Baxter County Child Support Warrants
Baxter County Clerk Website
Baxter County Court Records
Baxter County Criminal Records
Baxter County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Mountain Home Police Department Accident Reports
Baxter County Court Jury Duty Information
Baxter County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesAR
Baxter County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesAR
Baxter County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayAR
Baxter County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18AR
Baxter County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsAR

How to Search Court Records in Baxter County

In Arkansas, public and private court records are maintained by several different government agencies. You can request free information on all types of court records from the Arkansas State Court records office in Pulaski. However, if you wish to search for information regarding specific cases, you will have to either visit their court room in Pulaski or pay a small fee. The information that you are searching for is more detailed than the records found at the Arkansas State Court Records office in Pulaski. For example, you will need to know the name of the parties involved in the case, the date of the event, any petitions filed in the case, whether a jury has been selected and any judgments.

You can also access court documents from the county courthouse in Little Rock. The records include births, deaths, marriages, adoptions, changes of address, bankruptcy, liens, deeds, bankruptcies, property records, and more. Although some records are more detailed than others, such as those in the Pulaski courthouse, the records in this office are not usually considered free because they are administrative files. These files are required to be filed by the requesting party and then received by the court for processing.

If you wish to access records from other counties in Arkansas, you can contact the clerk of court in each area for information. They will be able to tell you which departments have the information that you need. Many times, the person requesting the records will have to go to multiple counties in order to get all the information that they want. You can also research online for public records. There are many sites that provide information on birth, death, marriage and divorce records as well as criminal and legal records.

If you have a computer with internet access, you can find many public records sites online. Most of these websites allow you to search by name or case number. There are also websites that will provide information on several different levels of case detail for a lower fee. This is a good option if you know the person’s name or have some idea of what the case is about. It would be more difficult to search for public records of someone who does not have a name. However, for someone who is still anonymous, paying the small fee may be worth it.

You can also obtain court records in Baxter County through the sheriff’s department. The Sheriff’s office will only keep records of arrests and felony convictions. Anything else is kept at the court house. Depending on how difficult you find it to search the website, you may still be able to see this information. For the most part, you will need to hire a private investigator to conduct the search for you if you want to see the rest of the information regarding a person.

Finally, if you happen to know where a court case was filed and you know the social security number of the person who was involved, you can obtain information online by searching the Arkansas public records. There are many different websites that offer free public records searches on criminal convictions, birth, death and marriage records as well as court records. However, if you have any question about the information you find, you may still need to hire an investigator or a lawyer. Court records in Arkansas are not handled efficiently without legal assistance.