Dakota County Minnesota Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2803)Dakota County Courts
Dakota County Court1560 Highway 55HastingsMN55033651-438-8100
Dakota County Courts
Northern Dakota County Court1 West Mendota RoadWest Saint PaulMN55118651-554-6200
Western Dakota County Court14955 Galaxie Avenue WestApple ValleyMN55124952-891-7256
Dakota County District Attorney Office
Dakota County District Attorney1560 Highway 55HastingsMN55033651-438-4438
Dakota County Public Defender Office
Hastings Public Defender919 Vermillion StreetHastingsMN55033651-480-0122
Dakota County DMVs
Burnsville DVS Office1101 Co Road 42 WestBurnsvilleMN55306952-891-7850
Hastings DVS Office1250 North Frontage RoadHastingsMN55033651-437-8055
Hastings Drivers License and Examinations Office217 Ramsey StreetHastingsMN55033651-437-4884
Inver Grove Heights DVS Office9057 Broderick BoulevardInver Grove HeightsMN55076651-453-1619
Lakeville DVS Office20085 Heritage DriveLakevilleMN55044952-891-7878
Rosemount DVS Office14395 South Robert TrailRosemountMN55068651-480-1234
South St. Paul DVS Office125 3rd Avenue NorthSouth Saint PaulMN55075651-552-7603
Dakota County Court Records Databases
Apple Valley Court Records
Dakota County Accident Reports
Dakota County Attorney's Office Criminal Records
Dakota County Child Support Warrants
Dakota County Court Records
Dakota County Criminal Records
Dakota County District Court, West Saint Paul Records
Dakota County Probate Records
Dakota County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Dakota County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Hastings, Dakota County Judicial Center Court Records
Dakota County Court Jury Duty Information
Dakota County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMN
Dakota County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMN
Dakota County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 YearsMN
Dakota County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18MN
Dakota County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service4 yearsMN

What Are Court Records?

The Court Records in Dakota County, Minnesota are located in the Minnesota Court Records, Public Access Division, at 1001 Myrtle Street, Suite #100, Minneapolis. This information is updated every year and can be viewed on the Internet on the Minnesota Court Records’ website. This state repository includes marriage licenses, civil cases, minor children, criminal cases, ancestry records, birth and death records, property taxes, bankruptcy, real estate taxes, litigation history and proceedings, sex offenses, juvenile records, sex offenders, and many more.

The information you will receive from the Minnesota Court Records’ website, is largely comprehensive. However, there may be some information that is not available and this information can be requested from the courthouses where the event took place. There are also certain fees that must be paid before accessing the public record. Information such as the person’s current address, aliases, maiden name, marriage status, and the history of any divorce or marriage are available. You are required to pay a fee before retrieving these public records and if you are looking for copies of records that were filed more than 10 years ago, they will be available for an additional fee.

All public arrest records are available in these courthouses. These arrest warrants or court notices are public records. If you want these records then you have to fill out an application requesting information. Information such as the name of the person, their address, and the case number is needed.

Marriage records are also available. These documents contain information about the marriage of the subject. It includes the names of the bride and groom along with the date of marriage. A copy of this record needs to be produced to a judge for use in a court case.

Divorce records are public information. This information pertains to the parties involved in the divorce suit. These records are also used by some attorneys for their client’s investigation. They gather information from the various offices and courthouses around the state to compile these records for their client. It includes all the particulars concerning the divorce such as the date and location of the filing, the names of the spouses, and other relevant information regarding the case.

Court records also give details of the parties involved in a civil suit. For instance, if one party is suing the other over some legal issue, the clerk may release this record to the public. The records also give information on the parties to a marriage. These include the names of both the persons and their parents or guardian. Apart from marriages, they may also disclose information pertaining to adoptions, wills, property deeds, trusts, and so on. There are certain states that are exempted from producing public records to people due to the privacy reasons.