Franklin County Kentucky Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Franklin County Criminal Records
Franklin County Property Valuation Administration's Office Website
Franklin County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Franklin County Court Jury Duty Information
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesKY
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesKY
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayKY
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18KY
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsKY
(322)Franklin County Court
Franklin County District Court669 Chamberlin AvenueFrankfortKY40601502-564-8380
Franklin County Attorney General
Kentucky Attorney General Consumer Protection Rate Intervention Criminal Appeals Victims Advocacy1024 Capital Center DriveFrankfortKY40601502-696-5300
Franklin County Departments of Justice
Frankfort Kentucky Department of Justice125 Holmes StreetFrankfortKY40601502-564-7712
Frankfort Kentucky Department of Justice330 West Broadway StreetFrankfortKY40601502-223-3644
Franklin County District Attorney Office
Franklin County District Attorney222 Saint Clair StreetFrankfortKY40601502-875-8745
Franklin County DMVs
Frankfort County Circuit Court Clerk's Office669 Chamberlin AvenueFrankfortKY40601502-564-7013
Frankfort County Clerk's Office315 West Main StreetFrankfortKY40601502-875-8702
Franklin County Court Records Databases
Franklin County Court Records

How to Search Court Records in Franklin County

The best place to find Court Records in Franklin County, Kentucky is online. It has one of the best reputations as one of the premier information providers available. The online system allows you to request information from the county’s Vital Statistics Office. This information includes births, deaths, marriages, divorces, adoptions, court orders, and more. The system allows you to search by name or case type.

When searching online you can find a variety of options. You can conduct an instant background check, criminal checks, birth and death records. You can perform a nationwide search and even a state-wide search. There are many other options available when searching online.

If you wish to search by case type you will be able to narrow your search. By case type, I mean you will be able to choose if you want public records or not. Public records are free for the most part but some counties require a small fee. To access the records you will need to have the county seal. To find this you should visit the county’s website. Once there you will find the forms to fill out.

If you would like to access more detailed information then the option to pay a fee is available. It is recommended that you use this option if you are trying to find more than one record. Because each record can have many different entries, it can be difficult to find all the information you are looking for. However, with a paid search you will get the results in a timely manner.

With a public records search you will most likely have limited information. That is because these records are automatically stored in the court records database until they are updated. Therefore, you will most likely have to call or email the county to see if there are records available online. If they do not have information you need then you will have to go through the same steps all over again.

There are other options available that allow you to search online for court records. For example, you could try a public records search engine online such as Public Records Pro or Infospace. These sites will usually have hundreds of different search options that allow you to find the information that you are looking for. However, most of these services only offer basic information and are not very useful when trying to find background information about someone.