Ford County Kansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(373)Ford County Courts
Bucklin Municipal Court117 West Oak StreetBucklinKS67834620-826-3581
Ford County Courts
Dodge City District Court101 West Spruce StreetDodgeKS67801620-227-4609
Dodge City Municipal Court806 North 2nd AvenueDodgeKS67801620-225-8107
Minneola Municipal Court126 Main StBloomKS67865620-885-4331
Spearville Municipal Court103 West Avenue ASpearvilleKS67876620-385-2512
Ford County District Attorney Office
Ford County District AttorneyPO Box 197DodgeKS67801620-227-4510
Ford County DMV
Dodge City Driver License Station2601 Central AvenueDodgeKS67801785-296-6834
Ford County Court Records Databases
Ford County Accident Reports
Ford County Child Support Warrants
Ford County Court Records
Ford County Criminal Records
Ford County District Court Website
Ford County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Ford County Court Jury Duty Information
Ford County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesKS
Ford County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesKS
Ford County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 20 Days, State Resident: 45 DaysKS
Ford County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18KS
Ford County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearKS

How to Search Court Records in Ford County Kansas

There are various ways to find Court Records in Ford County Kansas. If you are in need of such information, then the best option would be to search online. It is quite simple to find records from the comfort of your own home, office or vehicle; all you need is a computer and reliable Internet connection. The first step is to look for the website of the local courthouse, where you can go in person or by mail and fill out an application form. There is no fee for this service.

Before you start searching for a specific record, make sure that the information you require is available. This can be done by either going to the location where the Record Administration office is located or searching online. You can conduct an online record search by entering the name of the person or the location where the person went for his/her birth, marriage or death. The last entry will provide you with the birth date, the location and the records as well as marriage information if available.

If the information is not available online, you may look up the Social Security Administration public records which will help you locate the person you are looking for. There are certain restrictions to using these government databases, so you should be aware of the restrictions before starting your search. These restrictions generally pertain to age (e.g. you cannot use the Social Security Administration record as proof of age for a child younger than eighteen), membership in any social or credit union, information considered proprietary, the nature of the information (for instance, medical records are only available with the permission of the physician concerned) and who you can access the record.

The best idea is to try a free public record search. There are many websites available that provide access to public information for free. Some of these services include county courthouses, city halls, schools and libraries, while others may just provide access to public records from state and national databases. However, most websites require some form of payment or subscription before viewing the information. This means that you must pay for each record that you are searching, although they may also offer a free trial period where you can view unlimited records.

However, you should note that most free websites provide limited information and some record searches may prove to be unsuccessful. They also tend to have very poor or obsolete information. On the other hand, paying websites tend to offer more reliable information and can even allow you to search for the information you need instantly. If you want the most detailed information, you should consider a paid website, but if you are just checking one or two records, you may find that free services can work just as well. The one thing that you need to make sure of is that the website allows you to check more than one record with their search.

Whether you are looking for divorce decrees, past and present marriage information, criminal records and more, the Ford County public records are more than worth your time. It’s a simple way to find out information about people who are close to you or people you know from work or school. Court documents are a great way to stay informed and keep yourself safe.