Montgomery County Kansas Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(559)Montgomery County Courts
Caney Municipal Court100 West 4th AvenueCaneyKS67333620-879-2772
Montgomery County Courts
Cherryvale Municipal Court123 West Main StreetCherryvaleKS67335620-336-2776
Coffeyville District Court102 West 7th StreetCoffeyvilleKS67337620-251-1060
Coffeyville Municipal Court102 West 7th StreetCoffeyvilleKS67337620-252-6114
Elk City Municipal Court114 South Montgomery AvenueElkKS67344620-627-2483
Independence District Court300 East Main StreetIndependenceKS67301620-330-1070
Independence Municipal Court120 North 6th StreetIndependenceKS67301620-332-2503
Montgomery County District Attorney Office
Montgomery County District Attorney300 East Main StreetIndependenceKS67301620-331-1020
Montgomery County DMVs
Montgomery County Treasurer's Office217 East Myrtle StreetIndependenceKS67301620-330-1100
Coffeyville Motor Vehicle Satellite Office707 Spring StreetCoffeyvilleKS67337620-251-0830
Independence Driver License Station200 Arco PlaceIndependenceKS67301785-296-6834
Montgomery County Court Records Databases
City of Independence Court Records
Montgomery County Accident Reports
Montgomery County Child Support Warrants
Montgomery County Court Records
Montgomery County Criminal Records
Montgomery County District Court Website
Montgomery County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Montgomery County Court Jury Duty Information
Montgomery County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesKS
Montgomery County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesKS
Montgomery County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 20 Days, State Resident: 45 DaysKS
Montgomery County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18KS
Montgomery County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearKS

Finding Court Records in Kansas

The information found in Court Records in Montgomery County, Kansas is considered public domain. Any and all documents listed herein are considered public records for all purposes, unless otherwise stated. Unless stated otherwise, the Freedom of Information Act allows access to these documents. A person is entitled to receive a copy of any record listed here upon written permission from the applicant.

There are many times that people need to search for information on a particular person, or in some cases find out who a particular person is. There are many reasons for searching such records; they could be looking to locate a long lost relative, hire a new employee or to locate a file that may have been mistakenly deleted. By obtaining a search request form, you will be able to get access to all types of information on the case number, case type, case status, case date, disposition and other information pertaining to that case.

In order to locate a specific record, you need to find the specific court that has that case number. Search the court’s website to locate the case number. In some instances you may be able to do this by typing in the name of the person you are searching for into the search engine. For example, if you are looking for information about a child named Jack, you would type in ‘jack’ in the search box. If you have trouble finding the exact name of the person, there are free online sources that can help you with searching for that specific person’s name.

The next step is to find out as much information as you possibly can on the subject. You can do this by going to the state’s vital statistics office or you can hire a private detective to do it for you. In either case, it is important to gather as much information as you can about the person. This information can include a person’s name, current address, past addresses, birth date, Social Security number, employment history and more. If you have any other pertinent information such as police records or criminal records, you should also be able to obtain them from the website.

Once you have all the information that you need, you will be able to find the case number that you are searching for. Some of the websites have a search bar located right beside the case number. This makes it very simple for you to locate the information that you are looking for. If you are having troubles locating it or you cannot locate it all on your own, you should give the company a call. They should be able to help you out.

Court records in Kansas are maintained by several different court houses throughout the state. You can get any type of information that you are looking for from these courthouses. However, if you are trying to conduct an extensive search for court records in Kansas, you may want to consult a private detective or a website that specializes in the retrieval of public records. They will be able to get you all the information that you need and more.