Warren County New York Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2133)Warren County Courts
Warren County Court1340 Route 9Lake GeorgeNY12845518-761-7695
Warren County Courts
Warrensburg Town Court3797 Main StreetWarrensburgNY12885518-623-9776
Bolton Town Court4949 Lake Shore DriveBolton LandingNY12814518-644-2202
Chestertown Town Court6307 Route 9ChestertownNY12817518-494-3133
Glens Falls City Court42 Ridge StreetGlens FallsNY12801518-798-4714
Hague Town Court9793 Graphite Mountain RoadHagueNY12836518-543-6161
Horicon Town Court6604 Route 8Brant LakeNY12815518-494-7958
Lake George Town Court20 Old Post RoadLake GeorgeNY12845518-668-5420
Lake George Village Court20 Old Post RoadLake GeorgeNY12845518-668-5771
Lake Luzerne Town Court14 School StreetLake LuzerneNY12846518-696-4294
Queensbury Town Court81 Glenwood AvenueQueensburyNY12804518-745-5571
Stony Creek Town Court52 Hadley RoadStony CreekNY12878518-696-3575
Thurman Town Court303 Athol RoadAtholNY12810518-623-9660
Warren County District Attorney Office
Warren County District Attorney1340 Route 9Lake GeorgeNY12845518-761-6405
Warren County Public Defender Office
Warren County Public Defender1340 U.s. 9Lake GeorgeNY12845518-761-6207
Warren County DMV
Warren County DMV Office1340 Route 9Lake GeorgeNY12845518-761-6438
Warren County Court Records Databases
City of Glens Falls Parking Tickets
Lake George Parking Tickets
Warren County Accident Reports
Warren County Child Support Warrants
Warren County Court Records
Warren County Criminal Records
Warren County Probate Records
Warren County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Warren County Court Jury Duty Information
Warren County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNY
Warren County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNY
Warren County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayNY
Warren County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NY
Warren County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service6-10 yearsNY

How to Search Court Records in Warren County New York

You can access court records for any individual in the state of New York by searching online. You can also lookup an individual’s arrest records and other vital records. You can access the Sheriff Blotter by date, town, and other information to see what type of cases were filed. There are also a variety of other court records available, including civil and probate records. In addition to court records, you can also find out about the status of a person’s vehicle, polling location, and family history.

If you have a need to view personal criminal records, you can contact the Warren County Clerk to request a copy of these documents. You must have photo identification to receive your records, which may take several weeks. However, you can obtain sealed and unsuppressed public criminal records by paying a small fee. In addition to these, you can also look up other public records for the county. Some of these types of records include military discharges, marriage licenses, and judgments.

The Clerk of the Court in Warren County maintains a complete record of criminal and civil actions in the county. In addition to public records, the Clerk of the Court also has records on file with the NYS Office of Court Administration. These records can be viewed by anyone, but are only accessible to the subject. Regardless of where you need to search for criminal and civil records, you can easily access them in Warren County.

The Warren County Clerk’s Office is the official repository for the county’s records. It holds vital records for birth, marriage, and death. Most civil trial court records are available at this office. Some county clerks also have copies of state censuses. If you’re looking for a certain document, contact the county clerk in the town of the event. The clerk’s office can assist you in your search.

If you’re inquisitive about a person’s past, you can search for a warrant. The county’s records are kept in a courthouse. The clerk’s office is the primary repository for many public records, including deeds and federal tax liens. The Sheriff’s office also keeps track of the active warrant list. These are the most reliable ways to find out someone’s history in the county.

The county’s courthouse is located in Queensbury. You can access the county’s town halls by visiting the county website. You can also look up the county’s history. You can find court documents for marriage and divorce proceedings from the Warren County Courthouse. The district’s assessment rolls contain information about town and village property values. For other records, you can search the real estate tax auction and assess the value of a home.