Kendall County Illinois Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(694)Kendall County Court Records Offices
Kendall County Court807 John StreetYorkvilleIL60560630-553-4104
Kendall County Court Records Offices
Kendall County Public Defender807 John StreetYorkvilleIL60560630-553-4215
Kendall County State Attorney807 John StreetYorkvilleIL60560630-553-4157
Plano Secretary of State Office712 East South StreetPlanoIL60545312-793-1010
Kendall County Court Records Databases
Kendall County Accident Reports
Kendall County Child Support Warrants
Kendall County Circuit Clerk Court Records
Kendall County Court Records
Kendall County Criminal Records
Kendall County Probate Records
Kendall County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Kendall County Court Jury Duty Information
Kendall County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoIL
Kendall County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesIL
Kendall County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysIL
Kendall County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18IL
Kendall County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearIL

How to Lookup Court Records in Kendall County Illinois

If you need access to court records in Kendall County, Illinois, you will want to make an appointment with the Clerk of the Court in the area. This is usually free and can be done at any county clerk office. When you arrive, you will want to fill out the needed forms and pay the applicable fee. You will then wait for your appointment to be granted so that you can come to court. At this time, you will need to bring a printed slip or birth certificate in order to verify your identity.

When requesting these records, you have two options. The first is to pay for a fee to retrieve the information and the second is to use the service provided through the Internet. Some counties charge for this service; others do not. You can find free services on the Internet. However, you will most likely be waiting up to two weeks for the requested information. Sometimes it takes even longer.

There are also private companies that provide access to these types of public records. They will often come to your place of residence and request that you fax them your ID, birthdate, social security card number, and other information. Once they have this information, they will mail it to you for your perusal. Depending on the type of records you are looking for, you may only have to fax the records one time. Some people prefer to get it done that way so that they can have the records on hand when they go to court.

The first method that many people use to get access to these public records is to use the Internet. This is perhaps the fastest way as well. In fact, you can have the records given to you by the person you are searching in just a matter of minutes.

You can also try some of the free online services. Of course, there is no guarantee that you will actually receive what you pay for. It could be that you will receive useless information or inaccurate information. Also, if you do use free services, the time that it takes to sift through all of them to find what you need may take days or even weeks. That is not something that any of us enjoy having to do.

The best option is to pay for one of the paid services. Although it may cost you a couple of dollars, you can rest assured that you will not have to waste your valuable time searching for the information. Instead of spending hours trying to find the information, you can simply sit back and relax. With a little bit of work, you should be able to find it in a matter of seconds.