|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1041)Washington County Courts|
|Davisboro Municipal Court||110 South Main Street||Davisboro||GA||31018||478-348-4400|
|Washington County Courts|
|Harrison Municipal Court||40 North Railroad Avenue||Harrison||GA||31035||478-552-7640|
|Sandersville Magistrate Court||132 West Haynes Street||Sandersville||GA||31082||478-552-3591|
|Sandersville Municipal Court||130 Malone Street||Sandersville||GA||31082||478-552-3121|
|Sandersville Superior Court||132 West Haynes Street||Sandersville||GA||31082||478-552-2150|
|Tennille Municipal Court||100 Park Street||Tennille||GA||31089||478-552-7875|
|Washington County Department of Justice|
|Sandersville Georgia Department of Justice||111 Brookins Street||Sandersville||GA||31082||478-240-3071|
|Washington County DMV|
|Sandersville MVD Tag Office||115 Jones Street||Sandersville||GA||31082||478-552-3646|
|Washington County Court Records Databases|
|City of Sandersville Traffic Citations|
|City of Tennille Traffic Citations|
|Tennille Municipal Court Records|
|Washington County Accident Reports|
|Washington County Arrest Warrants|
|Washington County Child Support Warrants|
|Washington County Court Records|
|Washington County Criminal Records|
|Washington County Probate Judge Website|
|Washington County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment|
|Washington County Court Jury Duty Information|
|Washington County Jury Duty Requirements||Convicted Felons Disqualified||No||GA|
|Washington County Jury Duty Requirements||English Required||No||GA|
|Washington County Jury Duty Requirements||Residency Requirement||County Resident: 1 Day||GA|
|Washington County Jury Duty Requirements||Minimum Age||18||GA|
|Washington County Jury Duty Requirements||Time Since Prior Jury Service||2 years||GA|
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Finding Court Records in Washington County Georgia can be a difficult task for any person or agency. There are many of these services out there, but the quality of the information they provide is not up to par with what is provided by some of the better services. So how do you find the right source that provides you with up to date information and accurate reports?
Well, the answer is simple. If you do not already know about these services then they are probably the ones that you should start looking for. While there are services that advertise on the Internet and offer free searches, they are limited in the amount of information they have in their databases. Often times the databases that these so called free services have is outdated or incomplete.
The good news is that the information provided by some of these free websites does not have to be inaccurate. Unfortunately, the quality of these records is not what it claims to be. It is best to stick with the services that charge a fee, because that is where you can get the most accurate information available.
A good place to start your search is the county courthouse in yourself town. Many courthouses maintain online records for people who have been served with papers relating to a lawsuit or criminal arrest. These records may contain very useful information such as the name of the person, the case number and other relevant information.
Another great place to start your search is online. Some people start there search at the county courthouse in themselves town, however, if the person’s address is outside of Washington County, then searching the records of the local government agency may be your next best bet. These government agencies maintain court records that may contain everything you need to know. Often times these agencies also provide their own records if the person has a Social Security number. If this is the case, then you will need to contact them directly to find out if the person’s records are available.
Court records are an important matter to research when someone has been accused of or has been found guilty of a crime. Having access to these records can help to prove innocence and clear a person’s name. Court records are public, but are often difficult to locate unless you know the person’s address.