Stone County Mississippi Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2608)Stone County Court Records Offices
Stone Circuit Court323 East Cavers AvenueWigginsMS39577601-928-5246
Stone County Court Records Offices
Stone County Tax Collector Office308 Court StreetWigginsMS39577601-928-4951
Stone Justice Court231 3rd Street SouthWigginsMS39577601-928-4415
Wiggins Municipal Court313 1st Street SouthWigginsMS39577601-928-5443
Stone County Court Records Databases
Stone County Accident Reports
Stone County Child Support Warrants
Stone County Court Records
Stone County Criminal Records
Wiggins Police Department Crash Reports
Stone County Court Jury Duty Information
Stone County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMS
Stone County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMS
Stone County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: Circuit/District Resident, State Resident, Registered VoterMS
Stone County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18MS
Stone County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMS

A Guide to Court Records in Stone County Mississippi

In this guide to court records in Stone County, Mississippi, we’ll take a look at the general Mississippi court system, birth and death records, and marriage records. We’ll also cover the local resources, such as city pages and the Stone County clerk’s office, and give you links for searching these records. For example, the County Clerk’s office in Oxford can provide you with inmate and marriage records. Inmate and marriage records in Stone can be searched by name, offender id, or property address.

You can access Stone County’s court records by visiting the county office at 531 S. Main St., which is located in Stoneville. You must present photo identification, such as a driver’s license or state ID, and you must have the right to work in the county. You can also visit the office at 905 Stoneville Road, which is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

To obtain Stone County court records, you need to visit the district court in Oxford. You can search this office’s records online and save them in your computer. They’re updated regularly, so you’ll be able to see them within a few minutes. You can also check on outstanding warrants, which are directives for arrests that have not been served. A judge will usually sign them, and they remain in effect for several decades, unless they’re revoked. In this case, you can access Stone County’s magistrate’s court, which handles criminal cases.

You can also access Stone County’s history by looking at the Stone County Genealogy Courthouse website. The site has links to the sex offender registry, jailed offenders, and more. You can even view the most wanted list. You can even search for the names of the deceased’s spouse and other family members. These are only a few of the many records available in Stone Co. and the surrounding areas.

The Stone County Board District Map shows the boundaries of the county, including the board district and the sheriff’s office. A free version of the courthouse is also available. The Board District Map in Stone County outlines the board districts and the judicial districts. The maps are available for searching on the county’s GIS site. If you’re unable to find any of the above, you can also search the entire state for free.

The Circuit Clerk serves as the Clerk of the Circuit and County Courts. He draws jurors from lists of registered voters and state-issued IDs. In addition to deeds, the Circuit Clerk also receives and files all criminal documents. The County Clerk is responsible for elections in the county. Lastly, the Circuit Clerk serves as the court’s spokesman. Aside from being the clerk, the circuit court is the governing body for the county.