Assumption Parish Louisiana Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2659)Assumption Parish Court Records Offices
Assumption District Court4809 Route 1NapoleonvilleLA70390985-369-6653
Assumption Parish Court Records Offices
Napoleonville Justice of Peace Court5027 Highway 308NapoleonvilleLA70390985-369-2591
Napoleonville Mayor's Court123 Jefferson StreetNapoleonvilleLA70390985-369-6365
Napoleonville Motor Vehicles Office105 Doctor Martin Luther King DriveNapoleonvilleLA70390985-369-7745
Pierre Part Justice of Peace Court3511 Highway 70Pierre PartLA70339985-252-6010
Assumption Parish Court Records Databases
Assumption County Government Accident Reports
Assumption Parish Accident Reports
Assumption Parish Child Support Warrants
Assumption Parish Clerk of Court Marriage Applications
Assumption Parish Clerk of Court Records
Assumption Parish Clerk of Court Website
Assumption Parish Court Records
Assumption Parish Court Jury Duty Information
Assumption Parish Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesLA
Assumption Parish Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesLA
Assumption Parish Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18LA
Assumption Parish Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsLA

How to Locate Court Records in Assumption Parish

Louisiana Court Records are confidential. Therefore, if you request for one, the requested information must be accompanied by a request for confidentiality. There may be times that people can access these records without seeking for the necessary authorization. This is known as “adjudication bypassing.” If you have reason to believe that someone is trying to obtain your personal court records, then you should consider taking the following precautions:

First, do not give out your personal information online. Second, use a secure server for all of your mail and documents. This will help you to avoid having your records compromised. Third, shred all of your papers (including the ones with court documents) immediately after they have been mailed to you.

Public records are available in almost every area of government. However, they are not available in all areas. You may have to contact the Office of the Clerk Recorder of your parish or the office of the Secretary of State. These offices may either be toll free or charge a fee for accessing their databases. If you are not sure about the availability of a record in your area, you may check your courthouse’s website.

Accessing public records is now easier than ever before thanks to the Internet. Before you had to go through many layers of security and authentication before you get the information that you want. Today, people can search for anything they want using their computer at home. This means that you do not even need a lawyer to access this information. However, since most public records are not free, it is still best to hire an attorney and get the information that you are searching for.

Because the Internet has made the process much easier, most private investigators now have their own websites where they post all of the information that they have on their clients. This makes it easier for you to obtain access to public information, but you still should have someone secure these documents before handing them over to you. You may also want to hire an attorney to check the accuracy of any documents that you are handing over to someone else. There are also many online companies that will keep track of your documents and make sure that they are not forged.

In an effort to help you find public court records in Louisiana, all of the state’s courthouses have now uploaded their records onto the official government site. This allows people from across the state to take advantage of the free information that is available. However, it is up to you to ensure that the records that you are providing accurate and current.