Lee County Illinois Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(754)Lee County Court Records Offices
Lee County Court309 South Galena AvenueDixonIL61021815-284-5234
Lee County Court Records Offices
Lee County Public Defender309 South Galena AvenueDixonIL61021815-284-5239
Lee County State Attorney309 South Galena AvenueDixonIL61021815-284-5245
Dixon Secretary of State Office925 South Peoria AvenueDixonIL61021815-288-6685
Lee County Court Records Databases
Lee County Child Support Warrants
Lee County Criminal Records
Lee County Probate Records
Lee County Court Jury Duty Information
Lee County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoIL
Lee County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesIL
Lee County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysIL
Lee County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18IL
Lee County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearIL

How To Search Court Records By Social Security Number

If you need to access public court records, you can do so easily in Lee County Illinois. There is a multitude of web sites today that provide free access to public records. These web sites have been established because people like you and me need access to these records. You may be someone who has relocated or maybe you want to check up on the background of a person who currently lives in your area. Whatever your reasons for wanting to search for records online, you will find that it is not that difficult to get what you need.

Search by Address: One way to search for court records by address is to use Google’s search engine and type in the address where the information is available. If you don’t have a Google account, you may have to register first before being able to do this search. When you are registered at a web site, you will usually have access to search through their database of public records. By typing in your address, you will be directed to the website of the court where the records are held. This method is not only very easy, but is also very fast.

Search by Class and Subclass: Like searching by address, you can also search for records by class and subclass. You can go online and do a standard internet search to see if you can find any records about a person in any court records. Sometimes doing a general internet search on court records can lead you to the right web site where you need the information.

Search by Location: You can also search for records by location. For example, if you are a lawyer who lives out in the country, you can do a search for local records. That way, you can do some research on a person or just find out where he or she lives. But sometimes location is not enough to find out the correct information. In that case, you should use Google’s local search function.

Court Records by Social Security Number: This method is a little-known trick that can yield you results. You can go online, insert your social security number (or use one of the free social security number lookup services that are available online) and search for relevant records. Most times, you will find that they have the records you need. However, it is best to be cautious when using this trick because it has sometimes led to inaccurate results. So it is still worth a try although there is no guarantee that it will produce accurate results.

Above are the ways you can search for court records. The method you need to use depends on the details you are looking for. If you are doing a background check for a job applicant, you will need to provide a lot of personal information in order to get access to the database. So, unless you are a very lucky person, chances are you will need to pay a professional service to conduct the search for you.