Lonoke County Arkansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(259)Lonoke County Courts
Lonoke Circuit Court301 North Center StreetLonokeAR72086501-676-2316
Lonoke County Courts
Lonoke County Court301 North Center StreetLonokeAR72086501-676-2368
Lonoke District Court107 West 2nd StreetLonokeAR72086501-676-3585
Austin District Court202 HendricksAustinAR72007501-941-2648
Cabot District Court208 North 1st StreetCabotAR72023501-843-8908
Carlisle District Court100 West Main StreetCarlisleAR72024870-552-3436
England District Court110 Northwest 2nd StreetEnglandAR72046501-842-3904
Ward District Court405 Hickory StreetWardAR72176
Lonoke County District Attorney Office
Lonoke County Prosecuting Attorney301 North Center StreetLonokeAR72086501-676-2807
Lonoke County Public Defender Offices
Lonoke County Public Defender311 Court StreetLonokeAR72086501-676-2579
Lonoke County Public Defender301 East Main StreetCabotAR72023501-843-6971
Lonoke County DMVs
Lonoke Motor Vehicles Office105 Jefferson StreetLonokeAR72086501-676-2407
Lonoke Testing Facility1355 Front Street SouthwestLonokeAR72086501-618-8252
Cabot Revenue Office1604 South Pine StreetCabotAR72023501-843-5836
Cabot Testing Site116 North 1st StreetCabotAR72023501-618-8257
England Motor Vehicles Office211 North Allis StreetEnglandAR72046501-842-3886
England Testing Facility101 South Allis StreetEnglandAR72046501-618-8257
Lonoke County Court Records Databases
Cabot Police Department Accident Reports
Lonoke County Accident Reports
Lonoke County Arrest Warrants
Lonoke County Child Support Warrants
Lonoke County Court Records
Lonoke County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Lonoke County Court Jury Duty Information
Lonoke County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesAR
Lonoke County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesAR
Lonoke County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayAR
Lonoke County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18AR
Lonoke County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsAR

Court Records Are Best Read Online

The criminal justice system in Lonoke County Arkansas operates under the supervision of the Criminal Justice Act. The Act specifies that all criminal justice proceedings must be conducted under the judicial branch and that all arrests made by law enforcement agencies in the county must be recorded. To comply with the Act, the county clerk publishes a calendar that details all hearings, pleas entered and trials that have been held under the current jurisdiction. If you need to conduct a free criminal history check, you can access the calendar online at the county’s website.

The records can also be obtained from the Federal Bureau of Investigations, which keeps vital information regarding criminal activities in the country, such as civil and criminal cases. The FBI maintains extensive data on sex offenders, known as the Sex Offender Registry. The Sheriff’s Office and the Arkansas State Police maintain a repository of court records, which are more detailed than those found by the county clerk. These sources of information do not include trial records; these must be obtained from the trial court.

While public criminal justice information is readily available, the records are not free and require a nominal fee. For this reason, a few companies have begun offering free access to public records, although these services are usually limited to the county-level. In addition to obtaining free records, some companies offer a free annual report on sex offenders who may reside in your community. This report can be used to assist your local law enforcement agencies in keeping the community safe.

If you are performing a free search for court records, you will receive limited data; hence the phrase “limited public record search.” The data that you will receive will consist of the person’s name, date of birth, social security number, any prior felonies, date of violation, aliases, and driver’s license number. There is an additional fee that is required for additional data, such as background check reports and international marriages. These fees are non-refundable, so you will have to pay for them if you wish to obtain records for a criminal justice purpose.

Because many companies make it their business to gather as much information about individuals as they can, performing a free public record search online is the best option for you. It does not require any personal information and can be performed from the comfort of your home. However, due to the limitation of resources for each county and state, you may receive incomplete or erroneous information. If you want to receive correct and comprehensive data, you will need to pay for a database. While online databases do provide the most comprehensive information, they can also be very slow, especially if you need to perform several searches.

While performing a free public records search online will give you an enormous amount of data, the drawback is that you will never really know if the data that you obtain is complete and accurate. Therefore, you should make sure to choose an online company that offers unlimited searches for a one-time fee. Many people like using online databases because it is fast, easy, and simple. You can usually search either state or county records with a reputable database.