Lewis County New York Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Lewis County Probate Records
Lewis County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Lowville Village Police Department Accident Reports
Lewis County Court Jury Duty Information
Lewis County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNY
Lewis County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNY
Lewis County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayNY
Lewis County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NY
Lewis County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service6-10 yearsNY
(1965)Lewis County Courts
Lewis County Court7660 North State StreetLowvilleNY13367315-376-5366
Lewis County Courts
Lewis Town Justice Court1046 Route 26West LeydenNY13489315-942-2371
Copenhagen Village Court9915 Route 12CopenhagenNY13626315-688-4229
Croghan Town Court9882 Route 126CastorlandNY13620315-346-1212
Diana Town Court5959 Old State StreetHarrisvilleNY13648315-543-2312
Greig Town Court5216 Greig RoadGreigNY13345315-348-8762
Harrisburg Town Court7886 Cobb RoadCopenhagenNY13626315-688-2949
Leyden Town Court7140 East Main StreetPort LeydenNY13433315-348-8181
Lowville Town Court5533 Bostwick StreetLowvilleNY13367315-376-8070
Lowville Village Court5402 Dayan StreetLowvilleNY13367315-376-2834
Lyonsdale Town CourtLaura StreetLyons FallsNY13368315-348-6617
Martinsburg Town Court6105 Glendale RoadLowvilleNY13367376-245-8315
Montague Town Court6353 Salmon River RoadLowvilleNY13367315-376-2129
New Bremen Town Court8420 Route 812LowvilleNY13367315-376-3752
Pinckney Town Court307 Route 177CopenhagenNY13626315-688-2957
Pitcairn Town Court31 Edwards RoadHarrisvilleNY13648315-543-2111
Port Leyden Village Court3387 Douglas StreetPort LeydenNY13433315-348-6344
Turin Town CourtEast Main StreetTurinNY13473315-348-6073
Watson Town Court6971 Number 4 RoadLowvilleNY13367315-376-8132
West Turin Town Court5968 James StreetConstablevilleNY13325315-348-5553
Lewis County District Attorney Office
Lewis County District Attorney7514 South State StreetLowvilleNY13367315-376-5390
Lewis County DMV
Lewis County DMV Office7049 East State StreetLowvilleNY13367315-376-5331
Lewis County Court Records Databases
Lewis County Accident Reports
Lewis County Child Support Warrants
Lewis County Court Records
Lewis County Criminal Records

How to Find Court Records in Lewis County New York

In addition to civil and criminal court records, Lewis County also maintains vital records like marriage licenses, naturalization, and payroll. All of these are public records, so it is important to be familiar with them. In addition to these, there are also copies of periodic state and federal censuses. You can find these records by name, estate number, or case number. Depending on the circumstances, you may need to hire an attorney to help you with the paperwork or file it yourself.

There are five clerk offices in Lewis County, NY. That means one clerk office for every 5,369 people. This makes it the 44th most populated county in the state, but the smallest in terms of clerk offices per square mile. However, with a population of 26,845, and an area of only 1,275 square miles, there are fewer clerk offices than you might expect. The county’s earliest registration date does not necessarily mean that all events occurred that year, so be careful when evaluating any link.

The Clerk’s office in Lewis County New York provides access to all public records for Lewis County. They also keep historical editions of local newspapers on microfilm. For the most recent records, you can visit the Courthouse in Lowville. For more information, you can visit the Lewis County Historical Society, located at 7552 South Street in Lowville. You will find other interesting information about the history of your family, including photos and documents from the past.

The Surrogate Court Clerk is responsible for keeping all records of letters, guardians, and testamentary. These documents are important as they can be a source of identity for many individuals. The Surrogate’s Courts create comprehensive indexes to all of their records. If you need to search for a document by name, there are a few ways you can access the information you need. For instance, you can search for a criminal history by identifying a person, or use an online tool.

While the County Clerks cannot offer legal advice, they can help you with forms for civil and criminal cases. The county clerk’s office also keeps the records of birth and death. While the county clerk does not have the authority to reduce fines, she can provide legal advice. She can also help you complete forms if you are planning a marriage. For a name change, you can go to the court clerk’s office.

While there are many resources available for court records in Lewis County, it can be challenging to find them. There are many other online resources, such as Ballotpedia.org, which offers free access to microfilms of various records. If you are in search of a marriage license, you can search the online version of the county clerk’s website to find the required documents. In addition to these, you can also search the vital certificate of a loved one.