Caldwell County Missouri Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2500)Caldwell County Courts
Braymer Municipal Court108 West 2nd StreetBraymerMO64624660-645-2355
Caldwell County Courts
Hamilton Municipal Court200 South Davis StreetHamiltonMO64644816-583-4911
Kingston Circuit Court49 East Main StreetKingstonMO64650816-586-2581
Polo Municipal Court1010 Main StreetPoloMO64671660-354-2345
Caldwell County District Attorney Office
Caldwell County Prosecuting AttorneyPO Box 8KingstonMO64650816-586-2511
Caldwell County DMVs
Hamilton Driver Examination Office200 South Davis StreetHamiltonMO64644816-583-4911
Kingston Driver License & Vehicle Registration Office49 East Main StreetKingstonMO64650816-586-2021
Caldwell County Court Records Databases
Caldwell County Accident Reports
Caldwell County Child Support Warrants
Caldwell County Court Records
Caldwell County Criminal Records
Caldwell County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Caldwell County Court Jury Duty Information
Caldwell County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMO
Caldwell County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMO
Caldwell County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysMO
Caldwell County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age21MO
Caldwell County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMO

Court Records in Caldwell County, Missouri

In addition to finding marriage and divorce records, you can find vital birth and death records, mortgages, and liens in the Court Records in Caldwell County. In addition, you can access marriage licenses, property records, and judgments online. If you’re not familiar with the legal system of this county, you can learn about it in the History of the Caldwell and Livingston Counties.

You can search for vital records in Caldwell County, Missouri, by name, and address. You can also find information about family members, parking & traffic ticket payments, criminal records, probate records, and more. You can also find calendars and dockets, as well as information about the state courts. If you’re interested in public record search, visit the Missouri Court Directory. The Missouri court directory offers links to state court resources.

The Caldwell County Clerk’s Office does not do research. While you can search for Caldwell County court records online, you may encounter conflicting dates or other types of documents. The staff of the Caldwell County clerk’s office can assist you with finding the records you’re looking for. Despite the fact that they don’t do research, they can assist you in finding the information you need. The County Clerk’s Office is located in Kingston, Missouri.

In Caldwell County, courts exist in county buildings. The Civil Court is responsible for resolving legal issues between citizens. The Criminal Court is responsible for prosecuting parties who have committed crimes. The Circuit and Probate Courts handle criminal and civil cases. The Circuit Court clerk records marriage and divorce records. The Tax Assessor Office handles all other legal matters in the county. They also have land and probate records.

If you need to find the court records in Caldwell County, you can search for them online. For example, you can search for the names of people arrested in the area. You can also find crime reports in the county, which include arrests and convictions. The criminal offenses recorded by the county clerk are used for statistical analysis. In 2018, there were zero violent crimes in the county. However, if you’re looking for specific individuals, you can use the jail and police department directories.

The Caldwell County Courthouse is located in Kingston, Missouri. It has a population of 9,424 as of 2010. The county seat is Kingston, Missouri. The courthouse is open on Saturdays and Sundays. The office is open from 9am to 4pm. The office is located at 49 E. Main St. in Kingston, MO. If you have questions, you can visit the Courthouse. It charges $1.00 for copies and is open 7 days a week.