Marin County California Court Records

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Corte Madera DMV Office75 Tamal Vista BoulevardCorte MaderaCA94925800-777-0133
Novato DMV Office936 7th StreetNovatoCA94945800-777-0133
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Marin County Court Jury Duty Information
Marin County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesCA
Marin County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesCA
Marin County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayCA
Marin County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18CA
Marin County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearCA
(21)Marin County Court Records Offices
Marin County District Attorney3501 Civic Center DriveSan RafaelCA94903415-499-6450
Marin County Court Records Offices
Marin County Public Defender3501 Civic Center DriveSan RafaelCA94903415-499-6321
Marin County Superior Court3501 Civic Center DriveSan RafaelCA94903415-473-6238

Public Court Records – What Are the Advantages of Accessing Court Records Online?

The information in court records are basically organized according to the names of the parties involved. For example, a legal proceeding in county court will be divided between the defendants and the plaintiffs. These records are also classified by the venue, i.e., federal court, state court, county court, and probate court. For instance, if someone has been charged with misdemeanor in county court, he/she will have to appear in probate court.

Public Court Records can be retrieved through a variety of ways. These days, online services are being used by many people all over the world, as these records are more accurate and comprehensive than other sources. However, it is quite cumbersome to access public records online as the whole process requires lots of time, effort and computer expertise. In such circumstances, some people make use of other sources such as County Clerks Office or Records of Marriage and Divorce to find someone’s records.

Court documents are usually composed of several portions. For instance, the pleadings comprise of detailed description of the case, the arguments presented by the parties, facts and statements by witnesses and other relevant people. In other words, the entire process is known as an ‘amicus juris’ or ‘jurisdiction’. Besides, there are several reports and notifications included in the pleadings which play a vital role in defining the terms of the judgment. This information about the judgment often becomes crucial after a dispute arises in a civil or commercial matter. It helps people identify the legal parties involved and the legal arguments used by them in court.

There are some ways to get access to court records. If you want to search for someone’s records, you can do so using several public electronic databases which are now available over the Internet. However, the quality of these databases varies from time to time; hence, you may need to spend some time looking for reliable and accurate public record providers on the Internet.

People can also visit local courthouses personally to search for necessary records. In most jurisdictions, the records of criminal conviction are listed in their respective courthouses. However, you have to personally visit the courthouse to physically search for the records of a particular person. Besides, you will also have to incur several costs to personally go to the courthouse and make the request. Sometimes, you will be required to dress elegantly when you visit the courthouses. Finally, you may be required to pay administrative fees.

The public electronic databases, however, are more convenient and fast. They are capable of providing results instantly. You can easily obtain all the information about a particular person such as birth date, past and recent addresses, marriage records, criminal records, employment history, driving records and others. These types of public court records are very useful for the investigative process because they help the people gain knowledge about the various activities of other people involved in court matters such as parties, attorneys, clients and others.