Nicholas County Kentucky Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(673)Nicholas County Court Records Offices
Nicholas County Circuit Court Clerk's Office125 West Main StreetCarlisleKY40311859-289-2336
Nicholas County Court Records Offices
Nicholas County Clerk's Office700 Main StreetCarlisleKY40311859-289-3730
Nicholas County District Attorney125 East Main StreetCarlisleKY40311859-289-3745
Nicholas County Court Records Databases
Nicholas County Accident Reports
Nicholas County Child Support Warrants
Nicholas County Court Records
Nicholas County Criminal Records
Nicholas County Probate Records
Nicholas County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Nicholas County Court Jury Duty Information
Nicholas County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesKY
Nicholas County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesKY
Nicholas County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayKY
Nicholas County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18KY
Nicholas County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsKY

How to Find Court Records in Nicholas County – Kentucky

The first step is to go to the correct county courthouse where you were born and grew up. If you have moved away, or have multiple births, then you’ll need to check with the courthouse where your parents would live. Once you have found the building, you can go inside and look at the box that usually contains this information. You will probably be given a list of names to go through and cross off your list as you proceed.

If you have an original birth certificate, and you were born in Kentucky, you’ll need the Social Security Number of the person who gave you birth. You may also be required to show proof of citizenship (usually a passport) and proof of marriage (same-sex or opposite-sex). These are the minimum requirements, but you may have to provide more information if you were adopted, died of natural causes, or had to fill out a divorce form. Also, if you were assigned a guardian for your child at some time during your childhood or young adulthood, then you will also need the Social Security number of that guardian. (The Social Security Administration has a page on its Web site where you can fill out a adoption application.)

Now that you have all of this information, you can proceed to the state records office nearest to you to start retrieving it. The process varies slightly from state to state, but you should at least be able to find out what criminal convictions your name may contain. In some cases, there is simply no information available. For example, if someone died in your state, their obituary may say nothing about a previous criminal history. However, most states do include at least some basic information about the people living in their databases.

Once you have all of the information you need, you may be able to download it onto your personal computer. Sometimes you can receive it by mail. However, it’s important to ensure that the records you need are absolutely accurate. You can request a copy of someone’s birth certificate, for example, but if they don’t have their correct birth date, the records won’t be accurate. You would need to get a new birth certificate in order to obtain their records.

Nicholas County Kentucky does allow for the retrieval of these types of records through the Freedom of Information Act. You can access these records online, however, because each county has different laws surrounding the handling of public information. Some will allow you to access the records at any single location, while others only offer them at specific locations. If you’re looking for court records in Nicholas County, you need to make sure that you can find the right place to look up the records that you’re looking for.

Court information can help you understand more about people in your life. It can help reunite long lost friends and family, or it may even give you insight into possible dates of birth. Whatever your reasons for looking up court records, you may be surprised by what you learn.