Prentiss County Mississippi Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2601)Prentiss County Courts
Prentiss Circuit Court II101 North Main StreetBoonevilleMS38829662-728-4611
Prentiss County Courts
Prentiss Justice Court II1901 East Chambers DriveBoonevilleMS38829662-728-8696
Baldwyn Municipal Court920 North 4th StreetBaldwynMS38824662-365-1041
Booneville Municipal Court1901 East Chambers DriveBoonevilleMS38829662-728-5961
Jumpertown Municipal Court679 Highway 4BoonevilleMS38829662-728-3658
Marietta Municipal Court7 County Road 4060MariettaMS38856662-728-9320
Prentiss County DMVs
Prentiss County Tax Collector Office101 North Main StreetBoonevilleMS38829662-728-4349
Booneville DPS Driver's License Location600 North 2nd StreetBoonevilleMS38829662-728-1782
Prentiss County Court Records Databases
Booneville Police Department Crash Reports
Prentiss County Accident Reports
Prentiss County Child Support Warrants
Prentiss County Court Records
Prentiss County Criminal Records
Prentiss County Court Jury Duty Information
Prentiss County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMS
Prentiss County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMS
Prentiss County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: Circuit/District Resident, State Resident, Registered VoterMS
Prentiss County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18MS
Prentiss County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMS

How to Search Court Records Online in Prentiss County Mississippi

Public court records in Prentiss County are available online. You can search these court records to see if a particular person or organization is being prosecuted. You can also access information regarding marriage licenses and divorces. In addition, you can view deeds, birth and death records, mortgages, and liens. The county court has several websites that provide access to these documents. However, before you begin your search, make sure to read the terms and conditions carefully.

To find court records, you need to know the details of the case and who has filed the charges. The Clerk Chancery Court also maintains divorce and probate records. You can also find the name of a defendant in Prentiss County Jail and Inmate Records. The records are available through various public records sites, and you can search them by name or offender id. If you are looking for criminal and court records, you can also look up a person’s criminal history by name. You can also search a person by offender id, and other vital statistics.

Prentiss County Clerks maintain municipal and court records. You can look up court dockets online. These documents are detailed listings of all pending and filed cases. Many of these records include photos and a link to the person’s public record. Whether you want to see the name of a decedent or a specific case, these records are valuable resources. To get access to these public records, simply go to the town hall of the county you are interested in.

In addition to criminal court records, you can also search for divorce and civil cases in Prentiss County. The state courts are a great resource for accessing public records and can help you learn more about the case you’re looking for. A lot of these sites also offer access to case dockets so you can find information about a particular individual or a business. You can easily find the information you need by using the court docket.

Prentiss County has a variety of courts. In addition to county court, it also has a Justice Court, which hears cases related to criminal offenses. In addition to the justice court, there is also the District Court. In this court, you can look up your local government’s ordinances and other relevant documents. There are many different kinds of indigent defense cases in Prentiss County.

Apart from court records, land records and church records can also give you valuable information about your ancestors. These documents contain information on the property you’re researching, such as deeds and abstracts. These records may also give you a better idea of your ancestors’ family relationships. The county court system also includes the clerk of Chancery Court, which handles a range of tasks related to adoption and guardianship.