Jefferson County Kansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(458)Jefferson County Courts
McLouth Municipal Court104 West Lucy StreetMcLouthKS66054913-796-6411
Jefferson County Courts
Meriden Municipal Court103 East Main StreetMeridenKS66512785-484-3450
Nortonville Municipal Court407 Main StreetNortonvilleKS66060913-886-2060
Oskaloosa District Court300 Jefferson StreetOskaloosaKS66066785-863-2461
Oskaloosa Municipal Court406 Liberty StreetOskaloosaKS66066785-863-2651
Ozawkie Municipal Court524 Kiowa DriveOzawkieKS66070785-876-2550
Perry Municipal Court115 Elm StreetPerryKS66073785-597-5613
Valley Falls Municipal Court421 5th StreetValley FallsKS66088785-945-6612
Winchester Municipal Court411 Spruce StreetWinchesterKS66097913-774-2922
Jefferson County District Attorney Office
Jefferson County District AttorneyPO Box 327OskaloosaKS66066785-863-2251
Jefferson County DMV
Jefferson County Treasurer's Office300 Jefferson StreetOskaloosaKS66066785-863-2691
Jefferson County Court Records Databases
Jefferson County Accident Reports
Jefferson County Arrest Warrants
Jefferson County Child Support Warrants
Jefferson County Court Records
Jefferson County Criminal Records
Jefferson County District Court Clerk's Office Marriage Applications
Jefferson County District Court Website
Jefferson County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Jefferson County Court Jury Duty Information
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesKS
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesKS
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 20 Days, State Resident: 45 DaysKS
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18KS
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearKS

How to Lookup Court Records in Jefferson County Kansas

In general, access to public court records is more or less free. Of course, there are some exemptions such as when a person is a minor or an unemployed and has not paid any fees for the service. You can also access court records in the different counties of Kansas through the Kansas State Law Department. They have the complete list of county offices where the records can be obtained. You can also contact your local police department for more information. They will be able to give you more detailed information or inform you if you are not allowed to have the record.

With the advent of the internet, there are more options available to us. There are several websites that have all the information you need to find out or lookup a person’s records. Most are very easy to use and they have search boxes for you to enter the information you want. Then you just sit back and wait for the results.

However, it is important to know that some websites may charge you for their services. Some will allow you to look up information for free but will require you to pay before you get the details you are looking for. This makes it more difficult for people to lookup information because they have to spend money to get it. There are however, still a lot of these sites on the internet. But most of them are only charging you a small fee for the information you get.

To access public records in Jefferson County, you need to have a legal authorization to do so. There are certain restrictions such as for instance you cannot use it to stalk someone or make phone calls to a person. If you are looking up criminal records then you need to get a valid order from the court. To find out the details, you can use the online criminal history checker. It will give you the information you are looking for.

But the one problem with this online method is that you will only get the records which are public. To get the information which is not public, you will have to pay for the records. If you do not want to pay then you can just try one of the alternatives below. These are very effective and are much cheaper than what you have been searching for. You can however, only access restricted information for free.

You can start off by going through the public records and checking if the person has any record. In this case, you have to use the person identification number, or the name of the person in case the document has multiple names. Then, you can go the court house where the trial took place. You will be able to get the information you need there. However, the results are not always clear and complete. But then, it is the cheapest way and takes only a few seconds.