New Madrid County Missouri Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2710)New Madrid County Courts
New Madrid Circuit Court450 Main StreetNew MadridMO63869573-748-2228
New Madrid County Courts
New Madrid Municipal Court537 Mott StreetNew MadridMO63869573-748-5901
Canalou Municipal Court110 Madison StreetCanalouMO63828573-667-9840
Gideon Municipal Court109 North Main StreetGideonMO63848573-448-3500
Howardville Municipal Court105 Howard StreetNew MadridMO63869573-688-2774
Lilbourn Municipal Court200 3rd StreetLilbournMO63862573-688-2584
Marston Municipal Court209 East Elm StreetMarstonMO63866573-643-2416
Matthews Municipal Court100 West Main StreetMatthewsMO63867573-471-2541
Morehouse Municipal Court102 Beech StreetMorehouseMO63868573-667-5575
Parma Municipal Court209 South Broad StreetParmaMO63870573-357-4375
Portageville Municipal Court301 East Main StreetPortagevilleMO63873573-379-5500
Risco Municipal Court201 Front StreetRiscoMO63874573-396-5650
New Madrid County District Attorney Office
New Madrid County Prosecuting Attorney450 Main StreetNew MadridMO63869573-748-5144
New Madrid County DMVs
New Madrid Driver License & Vehicle Registration Office450 Main StreetNew MadridMO63869573-748-5354
Portageville Driver Examination Office400 West 10th StreetPortagevilleMO63873573-217-0102
New Madrid County Court Records Databases
New Madrid County Accident Reports
New Madrid County Child Support Warrants
New Madrid County Court Records
New Madrid County Criminal Records
New Madrid County Probate Records
New Madrid County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
New Madrid County Court Jury Duty Information
New Madrid County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMO
New Madrid County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMO
New Madrid County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysMO
New Madrid County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age21MO
New Madrid County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMO

Court Records in New Madrid County Missouri

There are many benefits to accessing Court Records in New Madrid County Missouri. You can look up calendars, probate and family records, traffic & parking & traffic ticket payments, and criminal records. The courts in this county also have links to free court resources. In addition, you can find out information about individuals by searching the website of the Administrative Hearing Commission. If you need more detailed information, you can contact the courts directly or use a search engine.

The New Madrid County courthouse holds all vital records for the county, including marriage, divorce, and real estate transactions. There are three ways to obtain these records: by mail, fax, and email. The Office of Recorder of Deeds also offers local histories and genealogical resources. These archives may also have information about government history, church, and military records. However, the most useful way to access court records in this county is to visit the New Mexico Courthouse.

Court Records in New Madrid County are available online. The Clerk of Circuit Court maintains marriage and land records. Marriage and divorce records are also held at the Recorder of Deeds. The New Delhi County Clerk’s office does not conduct research, but will guide you through the process of finding the materials you need to find your family history. For information regarding marriages, contact the New Madrid County Recorder of Deeds.

The New Madrid County courts maintain records of legal actions in the county. Criminal Courts handle prosecution of parties accused of breaking the law. Civil Courts resolve disputes between citizens. The county courthouses are located in the town center of the city of New-Madison. If you need to get the details about a lawsuit or a police case, contact the New Madison County Public Records Division. The New-Madison courthouses have extensive criminal and civil records.

There are two offices in New Madrid County. Both have court records. You can visit these offices to lookup records of various kinds. The courthouse is still the seat of justice. The building was completed in 1852 and remains in use today. Its construction cost was limited to $2950. After the completion of the courthouse, Robert Hatcher was appointed as site selector. The cost of the new building was estimated to be around $2,000, but one contractor failed to pay his bond.

You can search for court records of a person’s name, address, or any other information that pertains to a particular case. You can also look up a person’s arrest history by utilizing jail records in New Madrid County. In addition to jail records, you can look up an offender’s history by their name, address, or phone number. Additionally, you can find inmate and other records in New-Madison. You can search for public arrest and trial history, as well as criminal and jail cases.