Lafayette Parish Louisiana Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2891)Lafayette Parish Courts
Lafayette City Court105 East Convent StreetLafayetteLA70501337-291-8735
Lafayette Parish Courts
Lafayette District Court800 South Buchanan StreetLafayetteLA70501337-269-5761
Lafayette Justice of Peace Court I2877 Verot School RoadLafayetteLA70508337-856-4303
Lafayette Justice of Peace Court II516 East Broussard RoadLafayetteLA70503337-989-1729
Broussard Justice of Peace Court120 Hulin RoadBroussardLA70518337-837-1404
Broussard Magistrate Court310 East Main StreetBroussardLA70518337-837-6681
Carencro Justice of Peace Court1019 Hector Connoly RoadCarencroLA70520337-896-6605
Carencro Mayor's Court210 East Saint Peter StreetCarencroLA70520337-896-8481
Duson Justice of Peace Court2306 South Fieldspan RoadDusonLA70529337-873-8413
Melrose Justice of Peace Court199 Melrose DriveLafayetteLA70506318-379-2273
Scott Justice of Peace Court310 D Arceneaux RoadScottLA70583337-873-3646
Scott Mayor's Court125 Lions Club RoadScottLA70583337-856-4181
Youngsville Justice of Peace Court4256 Verot School RoadYoungsvilleLA70592337-856-5515
Youngsville Mayor's Court305 Iberia StreetYoungsvilleLA70592337-856-4181
Lafayette Parish Department of Justice
Lafayette Louisiana Department of Justice101 Feu Follet RoadLafayetteLA70508337-262-6744
Lafayette Parish District Attorney Office
Lafayette Parish District AttorneyPO Box 3368LafayetteLA70502337-269-5756
Lafayette Parish Public Defender Office
Lafayette Parish Public Defender600 Jefferson StreetLafayetteLA70501337-232-9345
Lafayette Parish DMV
Lafayette Motor Vehicles Office3241 Northwest Evangeline ThroughwayLafayetteLA70507337-896-8121
Lafayette Parish Court Records Databases
15th Judicial District Court Records
Lafayette Parish Accident Reports
Lafayette Parish Child Support Warrants
Lafayette Parish Clerk of Court Birth Records
Lafayette Parish Clerk of Court Marriage Applications
Lafayette Parish Clerk of Court Records
Lafayette Parish Clerk of Court Website
Lafayette Parish Court Records
Lafayette Parish Criminal Records
Lafayette Parish Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Scott Mayor's Court Driving Records
Lafayette Parish Court Jury Duty Information
Lafayette Parish Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesLA
Lafayette Parish Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesLA
Lafayette Parish Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18LA
Lafayette Parish Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsLA

How to Search Court Records in Lafayette Parish

Court Records in Lafayette Parish are comprised of personal, business, land and other records that are maintained by the courts. It is basically information that is legally binding, recorded and maintained. If you are looking for information regarding a particular person or situation, you may want to turn to these records to get some details. You can look-up birth, death, marriage, divorce and others. It is very possible that the person you are searching for has one or more public records listed in their history.

Court Records in Lafayette Parish are considered public information. This means that it can be viewed by anyone who is legal resident in the state and its territories. This means that all residents living in the state, even those outside of Louisiana, can access information regarding someone’s legal history. They can also view this information from a computer at home, at work or anywhere as long as they have online access to the Internet. These records can also be viewed in other public records databases or from social security databases.

When you need to search information about someone’s background, you will have to go to the court house where the relevant records are kept. In many cases, you can simply visit the court house and fill up a form requesting information on a particular person. The clerk may then call you back with the information that you require, or send you the information on a mail-in basis. The information usually includes personal information, such as names, addresses, date of birth, social security number, previous names, current addresses, etc. The clerk may also ask for other information, depending on what you need and the reasons for your search.

There are several different ways to search for public records. You can look them up yourself, ask your local police department or sheriffs department for records of certain individuals, conduct a criminal record search online via a paid service or through your state or county. You can also use searches through commercial databases, such as Polygon. Some information is free, while some information may require payment.

Court public records search involves using various methods of investigation. Using private investigators can be costly and, in most cases, not very effective. On the other hand, you can check out the services of online commercial databases. By signing up for a paid service, you can access tons of information regarding people who are either in civil or criminal court. Many of these services also allow you to search through public records databases for free.

However, it should be noted that not all information provided by these databases is 100% accurate. This is why it is a good idea to seek the help of an experienced public record researcher before employing the services of one. In addition, it may also be beneficial to hire an attorney, or at least have one present during your search.