Moniteau County Missouri Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2706)Moniteau County Courts
California Circuit Court200 East Main StreetCaliforniaMO65018573-796-2071
Moniteau County Courts
California Municipal Court500 South Oak StreetCaliforniaMO65018573-796-2818
Clarksburg Municipal Court110 East State StreetClarksburgMO65025573-796-3229
Jamestown Municipal Court103 East Row StreetJamestownMO65046660-849-2339
Tipton Municipal Court101 West Moniteau StreetTiptonMO65081660-433-2323
Moniteau County District Attorney Office
Moniteau County Prosecuting Attorney410 North East StreetCaliforniaMO65018573-796-3220
Moniteau County DMVs
California Driver Examination Office500 South Oak StreetCaliforniaMO65018573-418-3269
California Driver License & Vehicle Registration Office1021 West Buchanan StreetCaliforniaMO65018573-796-4871
Moniteau County Court Records Databases
Moniteau County Accident Reports
Moniteau County Child Support Warrants
Moniteau County Court Records
Moniteau County Criminal Records
Moniteau County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Moniteau County Court Jury Duty Information
Moniteau County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMO
Moniteau County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMO
Moniteau County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysMO
Moniteau County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age21MO
Moniteau County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMO

How to Find Court Records in Moniteau County Missouri

Whether you are in need of an arrest warrant or a criminal record, the courts in Moniteau County have the information you need. All criminal and civil records are available online. There are also several other free resources available to search Moniteau court records. The website has links to courthouses, clerks’ offices, and other county resources. For more information, visit the website. Here are three ways to find the court records you need.

The Clerk of Courts in Moniteau County has an online catalog where you can search court records. This directory includes information on criminal cases and the charges the defendant faces. It also lists judgments and court files filed. All of these records are free and easy to access. However, there is a fee for this service. If you plan to use this resource, you should contact the courthouse directly. They will charge a small fee for this service.

The Missouri Department of Corrections has an extensive database of court records in Moniteau County. They also provide arrest, conviction, and other information on persons arrested, released, and convicted of crimes in the county. All court documents and other information are public domain and can be downloaded for free. In addition, the clerk’s office maintains a presence at local tribunals. In order to obtain the court records in Moniteau County, you must first submit an application to the county’s clerk’s office.

The office of the Moniteau County Clerk provides information on the state’s courthouses and other county records. The Courts in Moniteau County Missouri include jails, state courts, and federal courts. The Clerk also maintains a secure record center and notarizes documents. In addition, you can find information on public requests and jail inmates in the online repository. There are also a number of other public record resources.

The court records in Moniteau County Missouri are public and accessible to anyone. All juvenile crimes are recorded in this database, which allows you to access the information you need. You can also search for court records in Moniteau county. These are public and easily accessible. The office is located at the MU. The clerk will collect the records for you. The other way to obtain public documents is to request them from the office in the courthouse.

The Municipal Division of Moniteau County must keep a certified copy of all ordinances and cases. The Circuit Court of Moniteau County must also provide a copy of the Municipal Judge’s docket. Its certified copy of ordinances will serve as prima facie evidence of the ordinance. The City Clerk is required to keep the records for the court. There are 5,464 households in Moniteau.