Quitman County Georgia Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1009)Quitman County Court Records Offices
Georgetown Quitman Superior Court111 Main StreetGeorgetown-Quitman CountyGA39854229-334-2578
Quitman County Court Records Offices
Quitman County Superior Court111 Main StreetGeorgetown-Quitman CountyGA39854229-334-2578
Georgetown Municipal CourtMain StreetGeorgetownGA39854229-334-4600
Quitman County Court Records Databases
Quitman County Accident Reports
Quitman County Arrest Warrants
Quitman County Child Support Warrants
Quitman County Court Records
Quitman County Criminal Records
Quitman County Court Jury Duty Information
Quitman County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoGA
Quitman County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoGA
Quitman County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayGA
Quitman County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18GA
Quitman County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsGA

Court Records Search Tips – How to Locate Court Records

Court Records in Quitman County Georgia

Court Records in Quitman County Georgia are public information and readily accessible to the public. They are stored at the county building or any other publicly-accessible facility. There are several ways of obtaining these records, but court systems in Quitman County prefer online services that charge for their services. Online records services are much more efficient and save time. These services offer ready access to all public records in Georgia. You can search for a person’s full name, any criminal convictions, warrants for arrest, inmate status, birth dates, death dates, and more.

Court Records in Quitman County contain information on all cases filed within the courts system. Every case is entered and filed with the courts within thirty days. Once a case is filed, the date is recorded. If the case is resolved in favor of the plaintiff (the person challenging the validity of an alleged legal claim), the plaintiff may request that a certificate of summary judgment be issued. This certification states that the plaintiff has been “prevented from obtaining” certain information relevant to the challenge. When this certification is honored, the case gets sealed and cannot be refiled.

The process of searching and retrieval involves the submission of an application, along with the necessary forms to be filed with the courts. The online records database contains millions of cases and persons, so it can take a while to find the information you’re looking for. When the online service returns results, the person’s full name, date of birth, location of residence, Social Security number, and more are listed. These types of online services are generally very reliable and fast, but you should take care when giving out sensitive information such as a person’s Social Security number.

A good method of locating and researching court documents is using a public records search engine. There are many free search engines available online. However, if a person has committed a felony or certain types of fraud, it is unlikely that a free search engine will be able to locate and document this information. That is where paid search engines come in. When using one of these tools, make sure you use a reliable and up-to-date service.

If you have a person in mind for a legal case but are not sure if they are available to come in for an interview, you can check with your local county clerk. They usually maintain case number and docket numbers for each case filed in their court. You may also locate case information in your local phone book under ” Courts,” ” County Court Records,” Circuit Court Records.”

Another method of researching a person’s court records involves contacting the National Crime Information Center (NCIC). NCIC is a data base provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. You may find a person’s case number on any felony charges, or they may be required to attend a preliminary inquiry hearing. A person can be placed on a national sex offender registry if convicted of multiple sex crimes.