Saline County Missouri Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Saline County Courts
Blackburn Municipal Court207 North Main StreetBlackburnMO65321660-538-4488
Marshall Circuit Court19 East Arrow StreetMarshallMO65340660-886-2300
Marshall Municipal Court5 East Eastwood StreetMarshallMO65340660-886-7411
Slater Municipal Court232 Main StreetSlaterMO65349660-529-2242
Sweet Springs Municipal Court324 South Miller StreetSweet SpringsMO65351660-335-4564
Saline County District Attorney Office
Saline County Prosecuting Attorney19 East Arrow StreetMarshallMO65340660-886-9608
Saline County DMVs
Marshall Driver Examination Office1915 West Arrow StreetMarshallMO65340660-886-5511
Marshall Driver License & Vehicle Registration Office120 North Lafayette AvenueMarshallMO65340660-886-6704
Saline County Court Records Databases
Saline County Accident Reports
Saline County Arrest Warrants
Saline County Child Support Warrants
Saline County Court Records
Saline County Criminal Records
Saline County Probate Records
Saline County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Saline County Court Jury Duty Information
Saline County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMO
Saline County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMO
Saline County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysMO
Saline County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age21MO
Saline County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMO
(2861)Saline County Courts
Alma Municipal Court207 North Main StreetBlackburnMO65321660-674-2475

Court Records in Saline County Missouri

You can find Court Records in Saline County Missouri by using various public record databases. The various public records available are mortgages, marriage licenses, payroll records, and military discharges. All these records are available in the same language as the original record. However, if you’re not comfortable searching through a large database of information, you can also search for these records on microfilm. Then, you can order the microfilm to be scanned and made available online.

Court Records in Saline County Missouri are not available online. The government maintains sealed cases and records for patron privacy and security reasons. Luckily, you can obtain these records by mail. While the records are not public, they are updated regularly. Additionally, there are links to other free court resources when available. In addition, you can find out the address of the court and the phone number of the clerk of the court. You can also get court records from the three cemeteries in the county.

For example, you can search for jail inmates in Saline County. There are also links to sex offender records in Saline County. The court has more than a thousand records, which makes it a useful resource for locating a sex offender in your area. This information is crucial for protecting your family and property. The information in these records is available through a variety of online resources, including the court directory and Missouri court.

The courthouse, built in 1871, was renovated in the 1970s. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The courthouse contains offices on the first floor. On the second floor are the County and Circuit Court rooms. The courthouse is still used for civil proceedings, such as divorces, and has an interesting history. The interior of the building is the main part of the courthouse, and the entire building is worth exploring.

The courthouse in Saline County was built in 1882 and is a historic landmark. The courthouse’s two-story additions were designed to be more spacious. In 1864, the Saline County courthouse was destroyed and replaced by a modern structure. Today, the Saline County courthouse is located in Marshall, Missouri. It is a small town, but it records every crime that occurred within its borders.

The Saline County Courthouse contains the records of people living in the county. The boundaries of the county begin at the southwest corner of Saline. The county’s boundaries are outlined by Sweet Springs and Pettis, which is also included on the list of Missouri Court Records. If you want to know a person’s history, you can search for their criminal records. Its sex offender register is a database of those who have committed sexual offenses.