Pope County Minnesota Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2961)Pope County Court Records Offices
Pope County Court130 Minnesota Avenue EastGlenwoodMN56334320-634-5222
Pope County Court Records Offices
Pope County District Attorney605 South Lakeshore DriveGlenwoodMN56334320-634-4581
Glenwood DVS Office137 Minnesota Avenue EastGlenwoodMN56334320-762-7808
Glenwood DVS Office15 Minnesota Avenue EastGlenwoodMN56334320-634-3327
Pope County Court Records Databases
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Pope County Child Support Warrants
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Pope County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Pope County Court Jury Duty Information
Pope County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMN
Pope County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMN
Pope County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 YearsMN
Pope County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18MN
Pope County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service4 yearsMN

Court Records Search

By obtaining the records of people, one can find out about their marriage, divorce, criminal, birth and other matters. Court records are quite useful since it provides information about people’s legal status and marital status. It also provides details about people with outstanding court orders like restraining orders, recognizance or standby bail.

There is a national data base known as MADD which is accessible for free. The most up to date information is obtained from this data base. MADD can be accessed at the county office where the case was filed or from the courthouse where the case was heard and resolved. For people who need to conduct extensive research for any legal matter or document, they may need to approach the courts directly or hire private investigators.

MADD operates in two different ways. For cases filed in state, the records of the case are stored in the state court house or county courthouse. On the other hand, for cases filed outside the state, MADD locates the records in the central database of MADD. When a person requests the information from any source, he should make sure that it is accurate and complete.

MADD keeps national records of all judgments, arrest records, jail records, sex offender records, traffic violations, names of people with outstanding warrants etc. The person needs to fill up a simple request form and submit it to the concerned state department or agency. MADD maintains a database that contains the details of all such persons in the country. MADD also keeps state-wide records.

For accessing MADD records, the person needs to access the Centralized Electronic Registry System (CERS). This system contains all the details of all the records. If you go to the MADD website, you will find the link “MADD/ Courts”. You can then access the database of the court where the case was filed.

Court reporting forms require basic details like the full name of the defendant, birth date etc. Some courts request additional information like current address, current contact number etc. It is better to provide this when filling up the court records request form online. Court records are maintained and updated according to the current laws and jurisdictions. MADD maintains the details of judgments and criminal cases of more than one state.

Court reporting agencies compile, process, store and transmit the details to the designated authority. MADD maintains a central statewide repository of the criminal history of an individual. These databases are used to perform background checks on individuals who hold important positions in government, education, business, financial institutions, etc. MADD also maintains an automated database which contains the personal details of about one million citizens. Information such as date of birth, address, length of residence, criminal activity, marriage status etc is available in this database.

The State law specifies certain requirements for access of court records. A person has to fulfill the eligibility criteria established by the court. MADD maintains a list of people who have been reported as missing. If you want to find out more details, you can make a detailed MADD report.

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