Morehouse Parish Louisiana Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2896)Morehouse Parish Courts
Morehouse District Court100 West Madison AvenueBastropLA71220318-281-3343
Morehouse Parish Courts
Bastrop City Court202 East Jefferson AvenueBastropLA71220318-283-0257
Bastrop Justice of Peace Court16183 McGinty RoadJonesLA71250318-823-2668
Bastrop Justice of Peace Court I10650 Pleasant DriveBastropLA71220318-283-3075
Bastrop Justice of Peace Court II3407 Bayou Acres DriveBastropLA71220318-283-2299
Bastrop Justice of Peace Court III14558 Old Bonita RoadBastropLA71220318-281-5789
Bastrop Justice of Peace Court IV16162 Old Berlin HighwayBastropLA71220318-281-4916
Bastrop Justice of Peace Court V16284 Hughes Chapel RoadBastropLA71220318-281-0337
Bonita Mayor's Court15446 Bonita AvenueBonitaLA71223318-823-2128
Collinston Mayor's Court4618 Main StreetCollinstonLA71229318-874-2631
Mer Rouge Justice of Peace Court217 Davenport AvenueMer RougeLA71261318-647-5325
Mer Rouge Mayor's Court107 North 18th StreetMer RougeLA71261318-647-3622
Oak Ridge Justice of Peace Court100 South Oak StreetOak RidgeLA71264318-244-6160
Oak Ridge Mayor's Court104 South Oak StreetOak RidgeLA71264318-244-5033
Morehouse Parish District Attorney Office
Morehouse Parish District Attorney100 West Madison AvenueBastropLA71220318-281-4907
Morehouse Parish DMV
Bastrop Motor Vehicles Office510 North Washington StreetBastropLA71220318-283-0842
Morehouse Parish Court Records Databases
Morehouse County 4th Judicial District Court Records
Morehouse Parish Court Jury Duty Information
Morehouse Parish Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesLA
Morehouse Parish Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesLA
Morehouse Parish Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18LA
Morehouse Parish Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsLA

How to Search For Court Records in Morehouse Parish

Court Records in morehouse parish Louisiana

The Clerk of Court for Morehouse Parish maintains the state’s public court records. These public records are a great way to look up property ownership and other public information. The clerk’s office is located in the Morehouse Civic Center. Visit their website to learn more about their services. You can also contact the local office in person to get copies of the records you need. In addition to this, there are also several other options to look up court records in Morehouse Parish.

The Morehouse Parish Clerk’s Office is open Monday through Friday. When you visit, you will need to bring a photo ID. This can be a state or driver’s license. When you request public records, you must be sure to submit your request in writing. You should also bring an attorney if you need to appeal the case. If you are unable to do so, you can contact the clerk’s office online.

The clerk’s office is open Monday through Friday. You must have a photo ID to enter the building. This can be a state or driver’s license. You will also need to fill out a request form to obtain the public records. These forms must be completed in writing and are available at the clerk’s office only. If you are unable to attend the office, the clerk’s office will mail the records to you.

To search for public records in Morehouse Parish, you need to know your ZIP code. You can use the website to search for specific offenders in your neighborhood. This website will also list jailed and non-compliant offenders within a certain radius of your location. The website also lists disputed cases that have been filed in the state, which are managed by the court of Appeals for Louisiana. It is important to get a copy of the court papers before you can access the public records.

Probate records are another resource for finding the deceased. These documents are important because they can help you find family members. If you are looking for a decedent’s estate, this information can provide the details of their death and their relatives. However, there are many other records you can use in order to learn more about the deceased’s life. If you are unable to obtain the records you are seeking, you can search for the record online.

You can search public court records in Morehouse Parish by searching for a name using a person’s ZIP code. To search for the records in this parish, you will need a photo ID. The ID you provide will allow you to enter the relevant details of the person. If the individual is a woman, you can use this website to determine whether or not he or she is a sex offender. If a man is female, you can search for the sex offender in a different location.