Dallas County Missouri Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2552)Dallas County Court Records Offices
Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney119 East Main StreetBuffaloMO65622417-345-5644
Dallas County Court Records Offices
Buffalo Circuit Court108 South Maple StreetBuffaloMO65622417-345-2243
Buffalo Driver Examination Office315 East Ramsey StreetBuffaloMO65622417-298-3124
Buffalo Driver License & Vehicle Registration Office945 West Dallas StreetBuffaloMO65622417-345-2334
Urbana Municipal Court110 North Main StreetUrbanaMO65767417-599-8457
Dallas County Court Records Databases
Dallas County Accident Reports
Dallas County Child Support Warrants
Dallas County Court Records
Dallas County Criminal Records
Dallas County Recorder of Deeds County Records
Dallas County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Dallas County Court Jury Duty Information
Dallas County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMO
Dallas County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMO
Dallas County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysMO
Dallas County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age21MO
Dallas County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMO

How to Find Court Records in Dallas County Missouri

Whether you are looking for real estate records, probate records, or criminal cases, you will find it in Dallas County. The courts in Dallas County are divided into three divisions: Municipal Courts, Superior Courts, and Circuit Courts. Listed below are some of the types of court records you can look up in the Dallas County area. To find out more, visit the website of the Recorder of Deeds in the county.

For public access to court records, you will need to be able to present photo identification. If you do not have one, you can bring your driver’s license to the office. Regardless of your identity, the clerk’s office will be happy to give you access to your court records. If you have a copy of your state ID, you can also go online and find Dallas County public records. The court’s website contains a full list of public records.

The Dallas County clerk’s office staff is happy to help you access the records you need. While the registrar does not perform research, they can help you locate your birth, marriage, and other vital records. A local registrar can also assist you in determining the court’s legal identity and address. You can even get your child’s death record from their clerk’s office. If you are looking for a record of a deed, you will need to visit the Dallas County Courthouse.

If you are looking for court records in Dallas County Missouri, you will want to visit the official website of the county clerk’s office in the county. They will be able to provide you with any relevant information you need. You can search for these records using the Dallas County Clerk’s website. The county clerk will be able to answer any questions you may have. There are also several helpful websites available to help you find court records in Dallas County.

Many counties have a focus on family therapy and focusing on relationships. This type of approach is working for some counties. If you are looking for a Dallas County Missouri divorce, consider doing a search on this site. It is free and easy to access. It can help you determine whether the program you have in mind will work in your area. If you are looking for a record for a child who has been convicted of a violent crime, you will find it at the County Clerk’s office.

If you are looking for divorce records, you can find these online for free in Dallas County. There are a few different systems available for these documents. The Office of the District Clerk’s Office in Dallas County is one of them. It will give you a copy of the court files for you to print out. A few of these will be redacted, but they will still cost you a $1.00 convenience fee. You can also apply for an assumable business name.