Elbert County Georgia Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(930)Elbert County Courts
Elberton Magistrate Court12 South Oliver StreetElbertonGA30635706-283-2027
Elbert County Courts
Elberton Municipal Court230 North McIntosh StreetElbertonGA30635706-213-3100
Elberton Superior Court12 South Oliver StreetElbertonGA30635706-283-2046
Elbert County District Attorney Office
Elbert County Prosecuting Attorney45 Forest AvenueElbertonGA30635706-376-1716
Elbert County DMVs
Elberton DDS Office45 Forest AvenueElbertonGA30635706-213-2200
Elberton MVD Tag Office45 Forest AvenueElbertonGA30635706-283-2018
Elbert County Court Records Databases
Elbert County Arrest Warrants
Elbert County Child Support Warrants
Elbert County Court Records
Elbert County Criminal Records
Elbert County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Elbert County Court Jury Duty Information
Elbert County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoGA
Elbert County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoGA
Elbert County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayGA
Elbert County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18GA
Elbert County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsGA

What Are Court Records?

Court Records in Elbert County Georgia

Court Records in Elbert County are the core of all official proceedings in this county. These records are considered public information and are made available to any member of the public either directly or via a website. The first court records were assembled and filed in 1855. Today, most of the official court matters in this county take place in the local Circuit Court. However, all other civil matters go before the courts of Appeals, the High Court and the Supreme Court of Georgia.

There are various types of records which are filed under the above names. They include criminal records, birth records, marriage records, death records, inmate records, divorce records, sex offender records, home ownership records, tax records and a lot more. These records are also available online. If you want to search for your desired information, you can easily do so using the Internet.

It is not always possible to get authentic court records by visiting the court of each locality. Free public records services are available online. Some of them are free, but only basic information is available and the information is not that reliable. Also, these services do not update their records on a regular basis. So, you should use the paid services for reliable and up-to-date information.

Apart from free record services, there are numerous commercial record providers online who offer all kinds of information at a fee. These sites compile all the official court records in Georgia, as well as other states, and offer them to the online searchers at a very nominal charge. Some of the free record providers also offer limited information at no cost.

You can also visit the county office where the records are kept. Usually, the local court is located at the head office. But, you can also visit any county office that does not maintain records online. Some counties may offer free information and records. The information is usually not updated or maintained on a regular basis.

Many states provide access to public court records via the internet. You can perform a county-by-county search to get the information you want. The websites provide the details of the record categories, such as criminal, legal, property, driving, etc. They also give the location of the record, as well as the person who owns it.

There are also paid services that provide access to court records. Some of the free services are very limited. If you are looking for more information than what is available, you will have to use the paid services. They also provide more detailed information than the free services can give.

There are a number of free web sites that provide information on court records. These can be very useful if you need background information on an individual. They are also good to use if you want to perform a background check. Free services cannot provide access to very recent court records. They are good for information, but you will have to pay to see very old information.