Fresno County California Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(10)Fresno County Courts
Fresno County Superior Court1100 Van Ness AvenueFresnoCA93724559-457-1700
Fresno County Courts
Fresno Juvenile Court742 South 10th StreetFresnoCA93702559-455-5195
Fresno Small Claims Court2317 Tuolumne StreetFresnoCA93721559-497-4100
Fresno Traffic Court1255 Fulton MallFresnoCA93721559-488-2626
Fresno County Department of Justice
Fresno California Department of Justice2550 Mariposa MallFresnoCA93721559-477-1691
Fresno County District Attorney Office
Fresno County District Attorney2220 Tulare StreetFresnoCA93721559-600-3141
Fresno County Public Defender Office
Fresno County Public Defender2220 Tulare StreetFresnoCA93721559-488-3546
Fresno County DMVs
Central Fresno DMV Office655 West Olive AvenueFresnoCA93728800-777-0133
Fresno NW DMV Office6420 North Blackstone AvenueFresnoCA93710800-777-0133
Clovis DMV Office2103 Shaw AvenueClovisCA93611800-777-0133
Coalinga DMV Office406 East Elm AvenueCoalingaCA93210800-777-0133
Reedley DMV Office558 East Dinuba AvenueReedleyCA93654800-777-0133
Fresno County Court Records Databases
California State University, Fresno Parking Tickets
City of Fresno Parking Tickets
Clovis Police Department Accident Reports
Fresno County Accident Reports
Fresno County Arrest Warrants
Fresno County Child Support Warrants
Fresno County Court Records
Fresno County Government Court Records
Fresno County Parking Tickets
Fresno County Probate Records
Fresno County Superior Court Website
Fresno County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Fresno Police Department Missing Persons
Fresno Superior Court Records
Fresno County Court Jury Duty Information
Fresno County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesCA
Fresno County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesCA
Fresno County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayCA
Fresno County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18CA
Fresno County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearCA

How to Find Court Records

Court Records in Fresno County California are one of the most public data sets available. If you are looking for someone’s past, all you need to do is go to the City Hall records section and you will find this information very easily. If you want to search the records of someone else, all you have to do is go to the county courthouse or the central court records office.

Most people don’t realize that the county has its own website. If you want to find out more about someone’s history, you can go to the central court website and you will be able to view a full list of county residents past. The site also contains state and federal record information. You can find birth, death, marriage and other records.

If you are looking for something very specific, like an adoption record, you can search the State Vital Records website. They have over 200 million records, which are organized by county. This makes it very easy to locate someone’s record. They have a list of licensed agencies that keep these records and they also provide links to the websites. The cost is a nominal $7 per record, so it is worth the investment.

There are many places online that claim to offer free public records. However, many of these sites are scams that will lead to a big bill when you finally get there. For example, court records that are public will contain some information that is private, and it should only be accessed by the person in question or legal representative. It is not fair for anybody to access such records without the person’s permission.

It is wise to find a website that charges a small fee, because then you know you are getting a reliable, well kept record. Court Records in Fresno County can be very helpful for a number of reasons. Searching a record can tell you if someone has a criminal background or any other infractions. It can also give you peace of mind to know that your property is safe, as it would if you were purchasing it from a licensed vendor.

If you have any doubts about an individual, it is best to pull a report from the public records first. The peace of mind is well worth the price of the subscription to court records. You never know when you are going to need them.