Clinton County Illinois Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(498)Clinton County Court Records Offices
Clinton County Circuit Court850 Fairfax StreetCarlyleIL62231618-594-2464
Clinton County Court Records Offices
Clinton County State Attorney850 Fairfax StreetCarlyleIL62231618-594-3641
Clinton County Court Records Databases
Clinton County Accident Reports
Clinton County Child Support Warrants
Clinton County Court Records
Clinton County Criminal Records
Clinton County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Clinton County Court Jury Duty Information
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoIL
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesIL
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysIL
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18IL
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearIL

How to Search For Court Records in Clinton County, Illinois

Searching for court records in Clinton County is a pretty easy matter. However, you need to make sure that the person you want to search for is not already listed as a defendant or plaintiff on any of the cases you are searching for. Finding out whether someone has a criminal record can give you peace of mind, as well as help you determine whether they have a good or bad record. If a person has been convicted of a felony, there may be additional charges pending against them. You can run a check on a person with their name or address by using a search engine.

Illinois has various courthouses throughout the state. One method of running a search is to look in each county where the person lives. Simply type the person’s name into the search box provided at the courthouse, and wait for the results. If the person’s record has been published online, you may be able to find it faster this way. Otherwise, you can use the traditional way of searching online.

The search will provide the names of all court cases that the person may have been involved in. It may also show the outcome of any of the cases, and sometimes other information. Some websites are more comprehensive than others. If the person has moved since your first search, you may have trouble finding their records. Court records are kept in individual records, not just court files.

However, if you have more information about the person’s history, you can run a more extensive search. One of the ways to do this is to visit the website of the courts where the person got married. This website will allow you to search the person’s past, present and possible future addresses. It will also list all of their marriage licenses, if they have one.

Another way to search for records is online. Many of these sites allow you to access a person’s public records from their own home. If you have the person’s social security number, which you can get by searching for the person in a search engine, you can enter it into the search box on the site. You may be given limited information, however it will still be very valuable.

There are other services as well that can help you find someone’s records. Some of these companies allow you to get public records from other states. Others will give you access to national records as well.