Butler County Kansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(235)Butler County Courts
Andover Municipal Court909 North Andover RoadAndoverKS67002316-733-4510
Butler County Courts
Augusta Municipal Court2100 Ohio StreetAugustaKS67010316-775-4500
Benton Municipal Court154 South Main StreetBentonKS67017316-778-1625
Douglass Municipal Court322 South Forrest StreetDouglassKS67039316-747-2109
El Dorado District Court201 West Pine AvenueEl DoradoKS67042316-322-4370
El Dorado Municipal Court128 North Vine StreetEl DoradoKS67042316-321-9120
Leon Municipal Court111 South Main StreetLeonKS67074316-742-3438
Potwin Municipal Court207 Randall StreetPotwinKS67123620-752-3422
Rose Hill Municipal Court125 West Rosewood StreetRose HillKS67133316-776-3000
Towanda Municipal Court110 North 3rd StreetTowandaKS67144316-536-2243
Whitewater Municipal Court201 South Elm StreetWhitewaterKS67154316-799-2445
Butler County District Attorney Office
Butler County District Attorney201 West Pine AvenueEl DoradoKS67042316-321-6999
Butler County DMVs
Butler County Satellite Branch4800 West Beech DriveAugustaKS67010316-733-9781
Andover Driver's License Office640 North Andover RoadAndoverKS67002316-733-0106
Butler County Court Records Databases
Butler County Accident Reports
Butler County Arrest Warrants
Butler County Child Support Warrants
Butler County Court Records
Butler County Criminal Records
Butler County District Court Website
Butler County Probate Records
Butler County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Butler County Court Jury Duty Information
Butler County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesKS
Butler County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesKS
Butler County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 20 Days, State Resident: 45 DaysKS
Butler County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18KS
Butler County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearKS

How to Access Court Records

You may be unfamiliar with the process of retrieving information about a specific individual. This can be for many reasons such as lack of knowledge or the fact that you want to use the information for some other purpose. If this is the case, then you will be happy to know that you have a number of options for accessing court records of people in Butler County Kansas. Below are some of them:

The library: The library is a good place to go if you have many questions or you need advice on how to obtain records. Most public libraries in Kansas have free access to many information in the form of newspapers, magazines and other forms of media. However, some libraries require a certain fee before one can have access.

Yellow pages: You can also search for court records in the yellow pages. Many of the larger telephone companies and local newspapers have a section dedicated to legal documents. These records can be searched through this service. A lot of information can be obtained in this manner. It does however, require a membership which may be either free or very inexpensive depending on the service used.

Online services: There are quite a number of companies that offer free searching of records but they only give limited information. Usually these records are related to births, deaths, marriages and divorces. There are also free access to criminal and inmate records. These records however require a membership fee which could be as little as $20 depending on the service provided.

Directories: If the above options prove to be ineffective, then the next option would be to check out the local public court records directories. These directories contain all kinds of information which includes marriage, divorce, criminal and inmate records among others. For a small fee, these directories allow you to access tons of information. The information is available in both electronic and paper format allowing you to conveniently search for the information that you require.

There are also other sources such as newsstands and bookstores where court records are often sold. However, accessing these records from these sources can be quite cumbersome as they normally only contain basic information. These are often expensive and do not provide access to all the information one requires. If the information that one is looking for is not readily available in these sources then it makes sense to make use of the court records directory.