|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1032)Troup County Courts|
|Hogansville Municipal Court||117 Lincoln Street||Hogansville||GA||30230||706-637-8616|
|Troup County Courts|
|La Grange Municipal Court||208 Ridley Avenue||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-883-2026|
|La Grange Superior Court||100 Ridley Avenue||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-883-1730|
|LaGrange Magistrate Court||100 Ridley Avenue||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-883-1695|
|LaGrange Municipal Court||208 Ridley Avenue||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-883-2026|
|West Point Municipal Court||730 1st Avenue||West Point||GA||31833||706-645-3512|
|Troup County Department of Justice|
|Lagrange Georgia Department of Justice||210 West Haralson Street||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-845-4313|
|Troup County Public Defender Office|
|Troup County Public Defender||114 Church Street||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-883-2170|
|Troup County DMVs|
|Lagrange DDS Office||900 Dallis Street||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-845-4108|
|Lagrange MVD Tag Office||100 Ridley Avenue||LaGrange||GA||30240||706-883-1620|
|Troup County Court Records Databases|
|Hogansville Courts Traffic Citations|
|Lagrange Courts Traffic Citations|
|Lagrange Municipal Court Records|
|Troup County Accident Reports|
|Troup County Arrest Warrants|
|Troup County Child Support Warrants|
|Troup County Clerk of Court Records|
|Troup County Court Records|
|Troup County Court Records (Georgia)|
|Troup County Criminal Records|
|Troup County Probate Records|
|Troup County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment|
|Troup County Court Jury Duty Information|
|Troup County Jury Duty Requirements||Convicted Felons Disqualified||No||GA|
|Troup County Jury Duty Requirements||English Required||No||GA|
|Troup County Jury Duty Requirements||Residency Requirement||County Resident: 1 Day||GA|
|Troup County Jury Duty Requirements||Minimum Age||18||GA|
|Troup County Jury Duty Requirements||Time Since Prior Jury Service||2 years||GA|
Finding Public Court Record Information
Troup County, Georgia has a rich tradition of judicial matters and the city of Troup is one of the major counties in this area. As is well known, these include being the county seat of the Georgia General Assembly and the county where the famous University of Georgia is located. The city is also one of the most populated ones in the state.
Searching public records is usually free and simple in this day and age. You can find most of what you need by using your favorite search engine. A good place to begin your search is by searching for public information online. Try Google or Yahoo for some good public record websites.
There are other ways to get copies of public records for free, but it is more time consuming and less effective. You can try checking with public libraries if they have electronic versions of records like the old version. Also, these libraries may have access to some older records. However, these are not normally free public records. There might be a small charge to use their facilities, but it’s well worth it considering the time and effort saved on having to go to a library in order to request a record.
Some court houses keep their own records in their courthouses. These can be very useful to people who want to find out more about someones past. Usually these types of public records are not free and are only available in some limited circumstances. However, some records can be requested directly from the courthouse. This can save quite a bit of time as well.
Court reporters may also be able to provide you with copies of certain types of court records for a fee. It’s always important to note that these records are rarely free public records. Court reporters often have to prepare all the details for the record and they must also follow certain guidelines in order to make a quality transcript of a court proceeding. The amount of time it takes to get a quality transcript from a reporter is often very different than it is to request free public records from these record providers.
Another way of obtaining court records is by using the Internet. There are many websites available which offer free access to public record databases. However, you have to use special software programs in order to gain access. Often the software will let you search a particular person or event. If you’re unable to find what you’re looking for, you may need to sign up to receive newsletters. This way, you’ll be notified whenever new information on public records is available.