Johnson County Arkansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(252)Johnson County Courts
Clarksville Circuit Court215 West Main StreetClarksvilleAR72830479-754-2977
Johnson County Courts
Clarksville County Court215 West Main StreetClarksvilleAR72830479-754-3967
Clarksville District Court301 Porter Industrial RoadClarksvilleAR72830479-754-8533
Coal Hill District Court101 U.s. 64Coal HillAR72832479-497-2204
Lamar District Court301 Porter Industrial RoadClarksvilleAR72830479-885-2888
Johnson County District Attorney Office
Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney215 West Main StreetClarksvilleAR72830479-754-6486
Johnson County DMVs
Clarksville Motor Vehicles Office1140 South Rogers StreetClarksvilleAR72830479-754-2149
Clarksville Testing Facility2700 West Main StreetClarksvilleAR72830479-754-3096
Johnson County Court Records Databases
Johnson County Accident Reports
Johnson County Child Support Warrants
Johnson County Court Records
Johnson County Probate Records
Johnson County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Johnson County Court Jury Duty Information
Johnson County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesAR
Johnson County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesAR
Johnson County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayAR
Johnson County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18AR
Johnson County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsAR

Government Court Records In Iraq

Court Records in Johnson County, Arkansas are basically the same as all other states. All you need to do is go to your state or county’s Record Office and request for the information you need. You can also order these records online via mail if you are not close enough to visit the county offices.

When you are searching for the records of a person, you will most likely encounter two types of government record information; those which are public and those which are not public. Government public records are those which are made publicly available for viewing. Typically, anyone can access these records but they are only available for viewing for a period of time. For instance, divorce records, marriage records, birth records and death records are all public and you can access them.

Conversely, government records are not available for viewing for a shorter period. They are stored in folders and you have to take the time and effort to go through each and every folder in order to gain access to the information you want. The government court records are then stored in the same place as they were before; meaning that they are still more expensive than the records which are available to the general public. This is one of the reasons why people who have lost relatives or loved ones in the Gulf War, as well as those who lost their property in the floods in Arkansas are required by law to obtain court records in Johnson County.

To gain access to government records in the county of Johnson, you can either go to the Record Office or to one of the government offices. The Record Office is located in Little Rock and is one of the largest court houses in the state of Arkansas. It is run by the Arkansas Supreme Court. Most of the time, they give you 24 hours’ notice before your court date. However, if you need information within a very short time, it may be difficult to find out where the records are kept.

Government offices are a lot harder to locate. They are, however, very easy to find online. There are hundreds of websites which give you information on government offices and their records. The best part about these websites is that most of them are free to use!

Court records are important in a legal sense. They allow people to check on the background of someone who is involved in public matters such as marriages or births, as well as people who apply for a passport or even a driver’s license. In the past, the government didn’t maintain all of its records, so private organizations had to take the responsibility to keep the data maintained in their own offices.