Scott County Iowa Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(781)Scott County Court Records Offices
Scott County District Attorney400 West 4th StreetDavenportIA52801563-326-8600
Scott County Court Records Offices
Davenport Department of Transportation902 West Kimberly RoadDavenportIA52806563-386-1050
Davenport District Court400 West 4th StreetDavenportIA52801563-326-8648
Davenport Public Defender332 North Harrison StreetDavenportIA52801563-323-3400
Scott County Court Records Databases
Scott County Accident Reports
Scott County Arrest Warrants
Scott County Child Support Warrants
Scott County Court Records
Scott County Criminal Records
Scott County Probate Records
Scott County Sheriff's Office Accident Reports
Scott County Sheriff's Office Website
Scott County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
St. Ambrose University Parking Tickets
Scott County Court Jury Duty Information
Scott County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesIA
Scott County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesIA
Scott County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 30 DaysIA
Scott County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18IA
Scott County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury ServiceNo more than 3 months in past 2 yearsIA

Court Records Search

Are you looking for Court Records in Scott County Iowa? You have come to the right place. Court Records are one of the most powerful resources a person has, when it comes to conducting a background check on any individual. It is important for people to conduct this search if they have any suspicions of any person, for instance if they have concerns about hiring someone or if they want to check if your child’s friend has a criminal record. However, what most people do not realize is that Court Records in Iowa are one of the most public records, available to the general public.

Court Records in Iowa are basically compiled and maintained by the courts. They keep records of criminal and civil cases from long ago to present. Many times these records will include marriage licenses, divorce decrees, acquittals and judgments. There are times that records are kept on people who were not even born when the lawsuit was filed. If this is the case then the person would be listed as an additional defendant.

If you are looking for Court Records in Iowa, then the first place you should go to is your local courthouse. In some areas, like Johnson County, you can search online to find the information you need. There are several websites that can help you with your search; however, you need to be careful of free websites that claim to offer free information. They may not have the level of information you are looking for, or they may not have enough information to provide you with what you need.

In order to find the information you need quickly, try using an online agency that offers this type of service. These agencies pay for the information they have in large part based on how much information you are searching for. So not only do you save time by visiting your local courthouse and having a personal appearance, but you also pay a reasonable fee for what you get. The information you receive can range from simple information such as the person’s name, address, birth date, etc. to more detailed information like court cases that the person has been involved in, criminal checks, warrant searches, bankruptcies, and much more.

Court Records in Iowa can be searched both online and offline. If you choose to search online, you will have access to the same information as you would if you had made an appointment to speak with someone in the court system. Offline, you will be able to obtain the same information by going to your state or federal public records office, sometimes in the comfort of your own home.

Court records are a great way to learn more about someone you know. Just because they were married at some point does not mean that they haven’t been divorced, or been in legal trouble. You can easily learn about a possible partner through this type of search. It is important, though, to remember that these records are not to be used for any type of illegal or unauthorized purposes. If you are not sure if you should be using this type of resource or not, then you should contact a professional who can make the best decision for you and your needs.