Izard County Arkansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(193)Izard County Courts
Horseshoe Bend District Court704 Commerce StreetHorseshoe BendAR72512870-670-5113
Izard County Courts
Melbourne Circuit Court80 Main StreetMelbourneAR72556870-368-4316
Melbourne District Court211 Main StreetMelbourneAR72556870-368-4390
Izard County DMVs
Horseshoe Bend Revenue Office704 Commerce StreetHorseshoe BendAR72512870-670-4554
Melbourne Revenue Office41 Spring StreetMelbourneAR72556870-368-4335
Melbourne Testing Facility114 Court StreetMelbourneAR72556870-523-4849
Izard County Court Records Databases
Izard County Accident Reports
Izard County Child Support Warrants
Izard County Court Records
Izard County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Izard County Court Jury Duty Information
Izard County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesAR
Izard County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesAR
Izard County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayAR
Izard County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18AR
Izard County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsAR

Court Records in Izard County

If you are in need of public court records in Arkansas, there are two options that are available to you. The first option is to go down to your local court house and request the information from a clerk who will require you to fill out forms and pay a small fee. The second option is to access an online court records database that will give you access to millions of records at no cost. Both of these options have their pros and cons.

Court Records in Arkansas can be accessed from the courthouse in each county. The clerk’s office is where all court proceedings take place. So if you want to obtain court documents from an Arkansas courthouse, you will need to come to that court. However, the records are only available during business hours unless otherwise requested.

In addition to the courthouse in each county, you can access public court records through the Arkansas state records office. The state records office provides records to any person who requests them. There is a small fee for the records and you may have to wait several days to get them. State record services do not handle information that is not yours. So if you request records from the state records office, make sure that you are the actual owner of the information.

You can also access free online court records. These records are considered public information and are made available to people who request them. However, you will not receive the same level of information as if you had access to the records directly from the court. The information you would receive is not comprehensive and includes minor information such as the person’s name and birth date. There is also usually not a great deal of additional information available.

There are different sources for these records. Some are free and some are not. The free public record websites that are available do not usually provide very detailed information. Most of the details that are found on these sites are general information such as the person’s age, date of birth and full name.

Court records services that charge fees provide much more detailed information. They may also offer access to other public records. Court records are considered public information and are available to all registered voters in Arkansas. There is no limit on how many times a person can search for and obtain public records information about a person.