|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1027)Thomas County Courts|
|Thomasville Magistrate Court||921 Smith Avenue||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-227-3303|
|Thomas County Courts|
|Thomasville Municipal Court||921 Smith Avenue||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-227-3249|
|Thomasville Superior Court||225 North Broad Street||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-225-4108|
|Boston Municipal Court||109 North Main Street||Boston||GA||31626||229-498-6743|
|Coolidge Municipal Court||1087 North Pine Street||Coolidge||GA||31738||229-346-3551|
|Meigs Municipal Court||1006 East Depot Street||Meigs||GA||31765||229-683-3117|
|Pavo Municipal Court||1010 Harris Street||Pavo||GA||31778||912-859-2110|
|Thomas County Department of Justice|
|Thomasville Georgia Department of Justice||400 South Pinetree Boulevard||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-227-2764|
|Thomas County Public Defender Office|
|Thomas County Public Defender||436 Smith Avenue||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-226-3616|
|Thomas County DMVs|
|Thomasville DDS Office||4788 U.s. 84||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-227-2500|
|Thomasville MVD Tag Office||225 North Broad Street||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-225-4136|
|Thomas County Court Records Databases|
|Thomas County Accident Reports|
|Thomas County Arrest Warrants|
|Thomas County Child Support Warrants|
|Thomas County Clerk of The Superior Court Driving Records|
|Thomas County Clerk of The Superior Court Records|
|Thomas County Court Records|
|Thomas County Criminal Records|
|Thomas County Probate Records|
|Thomas County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment|
|Thomas County Court Jury Duty Information|
|Thomas County Jury Duty Requirements||Convicted Felons Disqualified||No||GA|
|Thomas County Jury Duty Requirements||English Required||No||GA|
|Thomas County Jury Duty Requirements||Residency Requirement||County Resident: 1 Day||GA|
|Thomas County Jury Duty Requirements||Minimum Age||18||GA|
|Thomas County Jury Duty Requirements||Time Since Prior Jury Service||2 years||GA|
What Are Court Records?
What are court records? Are they important to you? The simple answer is yes. While public court records are available to the general public for free, they are still considered to be public records and are accessible through public access programs. These records can include everything from civil suits to marriages, birth and death certificates.
Why would anyone want to access these records? Public records can give you a lot of information. If you’re looking for background information on a person then you may want to make a background check. Or maybe you have a tenant that you want to run a background check on. In any case, public records provide a wealth of information that can help you with your queries. Here’s how they work…
How do they work? Public records are basically just files that someone has filed. For example, if you went to the courthouse to apply for a marriage license and were denied then you would go back to the same courthouse and file for a same day application. This means that the same paperwork was filed twice. It also means that someone else had to look at the records and fill out the necessary forms. In this case, the second copy of the papers is public record and can be obtained for free.
Another example would be birth records. If someone was born in Thomas County Georgia then their personal records would show the name, date of birth, parent’s names and physical address. Depending on the county where the birth occurred, the information could be limited to information deemed public domain. That means the doctor who conducted the birth or the hospital where the birth occurred, etc.
Is there a way to get the same information online for free? Yes. Today there are many websites that offer instant access to millions of public records. While these sites have some limitations as to the actual information they have available, they are a great way to find background information about someone.
Court records in Thomas County are considered public record. This means that anyone can access them. However, they are not available to the general public. If you need to view some type of information regarding a specific person or any other information that is not readily available through a court records in Georgia website then you will have to go to the courthouse in order to get the information you are seeking.