Bibb County Georgia Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(769)Bibb County Courts
Bibb 2nd Magistrate CourtPark PlaceMaconGA31201478-621-6505
Bibb County Courts
Bibb County Magistrate Court601 Mulberry StreetMaconGA31201478-621-6506
Bibb Magistrate Court3590 Vineville AvenueMaconGA31204478-621-6448
Macon Municipal Court700 Poplar StreetMaconGA31201478-751-7154
Macon State Court601 Mulberry StreetMaconGA31201478-621-6676
Macon Superior Court601 Mulberry StreetMaconGA31201478-621-6527
Bibb County Department of Justice
Macon Georgia Department of Justice4156 Riggins Mill RoadMaconGA31217478-751-3400
Bibb County District Attorney Offices
Bibb County Prosecuting Attorney661 Mulberry StreetMaconGA31201478-621-6427
Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney601 Mulberry StreetMaconGA31201478-621-6427
Bibb County Public Defender Office
Bibb County Public Defender201 2nd StreetMacon-Bibb CountyGA31201478-621-5950
Bibb County DMVs
Macon DDS Office200 Cherry StreetMaconGA31201478-751-6031
Macon MVD Tag Office2055 Eisenhower ParkwayMaconGA31206478-621-6820
Macon MVD Tag Office275 2nd StreetMaconGA31201478-621-6500
Macon Tag Office2055 Eisenhower ParkwayMaconGA31206478-621-6820
Bibb County Court Records Databases
Bibb County Accident Reports
Bibb County Arrest Warrants
Bibb County Child Support Warrants
Bibb County Clerk Superior Court Website
Bibb County Court Records
Bibb County Court Records (Alabama)
Bibb County Criminal Records
Bibb County Probate Court Website
Bibb County Probate Records
Bibb County State Court Records
Bibb County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Macon-Bibb County Administrative Office Online Payments
Macon-Bibb County Civil Court and Magistrate Court Website
Macon-Bibb County District Attorney Website
Macon-Bibb County Probate Court Marriage Applications
Macon-Bibb County State Court Records
Macon-Bibb County Superior Court Website
Bibb County Court Jury Duty Information
Bibb County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoGA
Bibb County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoGA
Bibb County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayGA
Bibb County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18GA
Bibb County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsGA

How to Search For Court Records in Bibb County Georgia

Court Records in Bibb County Georgia

It is possible to locate any person’s court record from Bibb County Georgia, no matter what the person’s address or name may be. This is an easy task to complete, and it can be done from the comfort of your own home. All you have to do is access a search engine to find the information you need. It can be easier than some people may think, and you may not even need to hire an attorney to complete this task for you. If you’re prepared to do a little leg work on your own, you can find records for anyone in Bibb County Georgia by using the right online resources.

The best place to start looking for the records you need is online. You can easily find a large selection of records for Bibb County through one search engine. That is because most of the sites that provide these records are maintained by the county. In turn, they have to charge something for their services since they have to maintain the websites and keep the databases updated on a regular basis. But when you use a site that has the resources to help you find everything you need, you will save time and money on your search.

Many of the sites that let you do court records searches online are fairly basic. They may list marriages and divorce decrees from the past. Others may offer criminal records and sex offenses from the past. But the best search sites can offer a full database that includes personal information and anything else that could be found during a court proceeding. It doesn’t matter why you’re searching or who you’re searching for.

It all begins with an address. If you know where to find the records, you’ll be able to put anyone’s name into the search boxes and see what information comes up. You may find some records are incomplete, but even if they are, the cost is minimal. An address search could bring up marriage licenses, divorce decrees, and sex offenses, not to mention birth and death records and property deeds. You’ll be amazed at how much information can turn up.

If you’re looking for a person who moved into the area, you can also try the same tactic. Some of the more popular places to look are schools, businesses and new home sites. The search may yield phone numbers, email addresses and even current addresses. You may even find a current telephone number, which can help.

There are other ways to get the information you’re looking for. Court stenographers sometimes have a data base of this type of information, so if you need it, send them an e-mail and ask if they can hook you up. They may have a separate station set up for court records. When you have everything you need in one place, it becomes a lot easier to perform the search. So before you put your faith in a free online search, give it a try using the tools that are available to you.