Kings County New York Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1842)Kings County Courts
Kings County Criminal Court120 Schermerhorn StreetNew YorkNY11201212-374-5880
Kings County Courts
Kings County Supreme Court320 Jay StreetBrooklynNY11201347-296-1076
Brooklyn North Traffic Violations Bureau625 Atlantic AvenueFort GreeneNY11217718-488-5710
Brooklyn South Traffic Violations Bureau2875 West 8th StreetConey IslandNY11224718-488-5710
Kings County Attorney General
New York Attorney General Brooklyn Regional Office55 Hanson PlaceFort GreeneNY11217718-722-3949
Kings County District Attorney Office
Kings County District Attorney350 Jay StreetBrooklynNY11201718-250-2202
Kings County DMVs
Brooklyn NY DMV Office625 Atlantic AvenueFort GreeneNY11217718-966-6155
Coney Island NY DMV Office2875 West 8th StreetConey IslandNY11224718-966-6155
Kings County Court Records Databases
Kings County Accident Reports
Kings County Child Support Warrants
Kings County Court Records
Kings County Criminal Records
Kings County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Kings County Court Jury Duty Information
Kings County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNY
Kings County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNY
Kings County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayNY
Kings County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NY
Kings County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service6-10 yearsNY

How to Search Court Records in Kings County New York

If you’re researching your ancestors in Kings County New York, you’re probably looking for court records. If you’re wondering where to look, you can find them online by contacting the courts in your area. A thorough search will reveal a range of public information. You can also look for criminal records and traffic offenses. Regardless of your interests, there is a court record available for you.

If you want to find a criminal record, you can search the court records for the relevant boroughs. Then, you can choose from the records of the court in your area. In addition, you can also find out the address of the accused. You can use this information to locate the records of a felony. For instance, if you are a criminal, you can search for a felony by contacting the appropriate local courts.

The courts of Kings County New York are open to the public. This means that anyone can request and obtain copies of court records. For people interested in obtaining these documents, they should contact the county clerk. This way, they will be able to find the records that they need. In addition to public records, Kings County also offers other services. Moreover, the courts will also provide information about the individuals involved in the cases.

In Kings County, you can search for the records of civil and criminal cases. You can also use the Stenographer’s index to access documents related to the defendant’s case. By using this index, you can find the case of a certain person, and match the names of two parties. The court also provides a list of all defendants, so that you can match your records with the trial record. The District Attorney’s office in Kings County has the court’s case files.

In addition to criminal and property crimes, the county court records also contain information on property crimes. The number of aggravated assaults in Kings County New York was 188 per 100,000 people in 2018. The number of rapes and murders increased by almost 2%. The state’s crime rate was the highest since 2016. The county’s index crime count was up by 0.3% from last year. Similarly, there were 34,378 homicides in the county.

The county court records in Kings County New York are available at the New York City Clerk’s office. In addition to criminal and civil court records, the county court clerk’s office maintains a list of the most common civil and municipal offences. These cases are often found in public documents, and they may be the subject of lawsuits. In addition to these, the city courts also maintain a list of environmental and health violations.