Washington County Mississippi Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2664)Washington County Courts
Washington Circuit Court900 Washington AvenueGreenvilleMS38701662-378-2747
Washington County Courts
Washington County Court900 Washington AvenueGreenvilleMS38701662-334-2657
Washington Justice Court905 West Alexander StreetGreenvilleMS38701662-332-0633
Arcola Municipal Court300 Old Highway 61HollandaleMS38748662-827-2063
Greenville Municipal Court302 Main StreetGreenvilleMS38701662-378-1530
Hollandale Municipal Court85 East North StreetHollandaleMS38748662-827-2241
Leland Municipal Court340 North Broad StreetLelandMS38756662-686-7611
Metcalfe Municipal CourtPO Box 250MetcalfeMS38760662-335-0212
Washington County District Attorney Office
Forrest County District Attorney900 Washington AvenueGreenvilleMS38701662-378-2105
Washington County Public Defender Office
Washington County Public Defender903 West Alexander StreetGreenvilleMS38701662-334-2673
Washington County DMVs
Washington County Tax Collector Office900 Washington AvenueGreenvilleMS38701662-334-3651
Greenville DPS Driver's License Location3935 Highway 82GreenvilleMS38701662-332-4734
Washington County Court Records Databases
Washington County Accident Reports
Washington County Child Support Warrants
Washington County Court Records
Washington County Criminal Records
Washington County District Attorney Website
Washington County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Washington County Court Jury Duty Information
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMS
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMS
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: Circuit/District Resident, State Resident, Registered VoterMS
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18MS
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMS

Searching For Court Records in Washington County, Mississippi

Whether you are looking for marriage licenses, divorce decrees, liens, and more, you can find them all in Washington County. In addition to court records, this Mississippi county has a wide variety of vital records, including sex offender information. The Victim Witness Coordinator is a great resource for finding information on criminal cases. You can search for these public records in one of several ways, depending on the offense.

For criminal and civil cases, you can search court records from the Clerk Circuit Court. You can also search for property records by address or parcel number. If you are searching for a bouncing check, you can use the Clerk Circuit Court’s online database. This database is updated frequently, so it’s worth checking the court’s site regularly. If you’re looking for a marriage license in this county, there are two resources that are available.

You can also find marriage and divorce records in the Washington County Chancery Clerk’s office. If you have an ancestor in the area, you can request his or her marriage record. The first copy will cost $17, with additional copies costing $6. You can also get a copy of the marriage record in person. You can pay with cash, personal check, or credit card. Alternatively, you can visit the Chancery Clerk’s office in Ridgeland to request your records.

The clerk of the Chancery Court in Washington County keeps court dockets and documents from 1839 to the present. The Justice Court clerk also maintains land records and probate records. In addition, she is responsible for submitting divorce statistics to the Mississippi Department of Vital Records. These records are available online. You can access them for free by registering for the County’s vital records. You can also visit the Health Department in Greenville and get a certificate for your loved one while you wait.

If you have an ancestor in the county, you can search for court records for them in the Courthouse. These records will tell you who they are and where they live. The County seat in Washington is Greenville. There are 51,137 residents in this city. The state of Mississippi is a small-town country with a vibrant economy and a small population. The county has a population of about 50,137 people.

In addition to court records, Washington County has a genealogy department that includes obituaries and cemeteries. The Department of Public Safety maintains a directory of government jobs in the area. This information can be very helpful in tracing ancestors. You can also find out about a person’s family history through this county’s genealogy society. There are many benefits to visiting the court of your county.