Bannock County Idaho Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(441)Bannock County Court Records Offices
Bannock County Assessor's Office130 North 6th AvenuePocatelloID83201208-236-7200
Bannock County Court Records Offices
Bannock County Prosecuting AttorneyPO Box PPocatelloID83205208-236-7284
Bannock County Public Defender141 North 6th AvenuePocatelloID83201208-236-7040
Pocatello District Court624 East Center StreetPocatelloID83201208-236-7340
Pocatello Driver's License Office5800 South 5th AvenuePocatelloID83204208-236-7258
Bannock County Court Records Databases
Bannock County Accident Reports
Bannock County Arrest Warrants
Bannock County Child Support Warrants
Bannock County Court Records
Bannock County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment

The Benefits Of Court Records

Bannock County Idaho courts generally maintain public court records at the county courthouse, but may also access such information from the courts of appeals, district courts and the supreme court. The information maintained by each court is usually readily available online. The lower court houses generally maintain all proceedings of civil and criminal cases. While these details are not as extensive as those for the higher courts, they are still useful to people researching background information on someone.

There are many ways to search through records and retrieve information about a person. Typically, people will look for this information through the court house where the person has been filed. However, if no case has been filed against a person, or the person’s case has been dismissed, they may be able to find this information online. This can provide important information on how a person has lived his or her life. It may indicate any financial difficulties and any arrest record.

Court records can be requested from other states as well. If a person is looking for information from another state, they may want to contact the local state courthouse to see if they have any records on file. Often, state and county courthouses will have information that pertains to their area online.

Court records are available to the general public free of charge. However, in order to get this information, the individual will typically need to hire a private detective. This may cost several hundred dollars or take months to obtain. The information that can be obtained from these records is not only limited to births, but includes divorces, marriages, adoptions and even deaths.

Court records also include bank details and property deeds. These can prove extremely valuable if someone is trying to track down a family member or friend. Many people who have been displaced due to natural disasters like floods and earthquakes may find that their records are kept by the government in order to help them rebuild. This information can help provide them with a place to start when searching for their family.

Bannock County is currently the third largest city in Idaho. With a population of around eight thousand people, it is no surprise that court records are kept in the community. By having all of the information that is required about a person, it makes it much easier for any citizen to find their past.