Webster County Georgia Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1043)Webster County Court Records Offices
Preston MVD Tag Office6330 Hamilton StreetPrestonGA31824229-828-3690
Webster County Court Records Offices
Preston Magistrate Court6330 Hamilton StreetPrestonGA31824229-828-3615
Preston Superior Court6330 Hamilton StreetPrestonGA31824229-828-3525
Webster County Court Records Databases
Webster County Accident Reports
Webster County Arrest Warrants
Webster County Child Support Warrants
Webster County Court Records
Webster County Criminal Records
Webster County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Webster County Court Jury Duty Information
Webster County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoGA
Webster County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoGA
Webster County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayGA
Webster County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18GA
Webster County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsGA

Court Records in Webster County Georgia

What if you need a person’s court records and all you have is a name, but not enough information to be able to locate the case number? This happens to many people who are trying to locate someone’s records. There may be several reasons why you need this information, maybe you want to research a particular case or maybe you just want to verify the person’s identity before making business decisions with them.

Court Records in Webster County Georgia

First of all, when it comes to court records in Webster County Georgia, if you do not have the case number you will not be able to find it. In order to perform a lookup, you will need the first and last name of the person. If you only have the persons middle name, you can still locate the case number if it is on record somewhere. If you still need the full details, you will need to contact the county office. There is a small fee, as much as ten dollars, for each request.

There are two ways that you can perform a search. You can either use the Internet, by typing in the person’s name into a search engine and searching, or you can go down to the courthouse. Each service has its pros and cons. The first method is faster, but the downside is that there is more likelihood of getting false information, since everyone has the same name.

If you decide to search online, there are a couple of places you can visit. One option is to visit each of the county offices and do a free search. Another option would be to pay a small fee to get access to the courthouses database, so you will be able to perform unlimited searches.. Just make sure that you have the correct spelling of the person’s name.

When you search the courthouse website, you will be able to see the past cases that were filed in that court. You will need to enter the case number of the person you are searching for and then you will be asked whether you want to view all of them, or just the case number. If you only want to search the case number, you will be asked if you want to view just the record, or the whole document. In some instances, you will not be able to do a search without doing both.

Once you find the person you are looking for through the courthouse website, you are done. However, if you do not find the person you are searching for there, you need to search for it on a professional record search site. With these sites, you type in the person’s name and then sit back and wait for the search to bring you results. You can then see who they have been married to, where they live, and other details depending on what you need to see. In the end, the entire process takes about a couple of minutes and can be very rewarding.