Monroe County Kentucky Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(577)Monroe County Court Records Offices
Monroe County Circuit Court Clerk's Office300 North Main StreetTompkinsvilleKY42167270-487-5480
Monroe County Court Records Offices
Monroe County Clerk's Office200 North Main StreetTompkinsvilleKY42167270-487-5471
Monroe County District Attorney215 North Main StreetTompkinsvilleKY42167270-487-6303
Monroe County District Court200 North Main StreetTompkinsvilleKY42167270-487-5480
Monroe County Court Records Databases
Monroe County Court Records
Monroe County Criminal Records
Monroe County Probate Records
Monroe County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Monroe County Court Jury Duty Information
Monroe County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesKY
Monroe County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesKY
Monroe County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayKY
Monroe County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18KY
Monroe County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsKY

How to Search Court Records

One thing that you have to remember when looking for Court Records in Monroe County is that the information you are searching can be considered public record. In other words, anyone who is requesting it can have access to it. However, if you are looking for someone’s court records then you will have to go through their attorney and it may take a while before you receive the information. This is because these records are kept in storage and only released periodically.

If you are looking for information about a specific person or case number then you will first need to know the case number and the name of the person in question. The information you are seeking includes their date of birth, current address, social security number, and any other relevant information that could help you. When searching through the records, it is a good idea to make sure they are current. Most people forget to renew their social security card or birth certificates on a timely basis. If you do not update your records then there is no way to validate the information. If you are having trouble finding records then you can try a different search for the information that you are seeking.

After you have located the information you are looking for you will need to know the case number. Some cases are more complex than others and you will likely have to look up the case number again. Most people find it easier to search using the case number but that is not always the case. There are times when you will need the case number and it may take you several days to retrieve all of the relevant information from the courthouses in your area.

It is important that you understand the process that is required of you when searching for this type of information. In some cases you can get the information online and in most cases you will have to fill out an application. The information that you are requested to provide will vary depending on whether you are looking for marriage records, divorce records, or anything else related to legal matters. There are a few steps that you will need to follow to ensure that your request is handled properly.

The first step involves filling out an application for information. You will need to give some basic information about yourself and your purpose for the search. This includes details about your case and what the location of the court records is. If the person you are requesting information from happens to be the police department then they will have the information that you are requesting. They will simply request the person’s name and they will be able to get right to work. If it is another individual then you will have to fill out a separate application.

Once you have filled out your form you will have to submit it to the court. This is not where all of your information will come together. Once you submit the form you will have to wait up to thirty days before you can actually get access to the information. You will have to apply for the information once you have found the information that you are looking for.