Ashe County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1648)Ashe County Court Records Offices
Ashe County Court150 Government CircleJeffersonNC28640336-246-5641
Ashe County Court Records Offices
Ashe County District Attorney150 Government CircleJeffersonNC28640336-246-2764
Ashe District Court150 Government CircleJeffersonNC28640336-838-4246
Jefferson DMV Driver's License Office140 Government CircleJeffersonNC28640336-246-5001
Jefferson Vehicle & License Plate Office150 Government CircleJeffersonNC28640336-846-5530
Ashe County Court Records Databases
Ashe County Accident Reports
Ashe County Arrest Warrants
Ashe County Child Support Warrants
Ashe County Court Records
Ashe County Criminal Records
Ashe County Probate Records
Ashe County Register of Deeds Website
Ashe County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
West Jefferson Police Department Accident Reports
Ashe County Court Jury Duty Information
Ashe County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Ashe County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Ashe County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Ashe County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Ashe County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

Searching For Court Records in Ashe County North Carolina

The Ashe County Courthouse is the place to go when you want to search for court records in the area. There are many public records you can look up in the Ashe County Courthouse, including juror information and county calendars. There are also links to online court records, free court resources, and other documents for local residents. These are only a few of the many public resources you can find when you are in the area.

The Ashe County Courthouse also provides searchable online court dockets. These records list all pending cases and can be used to find the correct date and time of a court hearing. The court dockets are public documents that can help you learn more about case activity. For example, you can look up a case’s status by case number, or by case summary. To obtain your records, you’ll need a photo ID, such as a driver’s license or state ID.

The Ashe County District Attorney’s Office provides access to court dockets for criminal and civil cases. A court docket is a list of all cases filed in a local court, as well as the case summary. In Ashe County, there is one court for every thirteen people. The number of Ashe County courthouses is 29th among US counties per capita, and 49th in Courts per square mile.

The Ashe County Courthouse is the place to find court records in Ashe County. The clerk of the Ashe County Register of Deeds maintains records for land from 1778 to 1828. Birth, death, and marriage records are also available. The Ashe County Code of Ordinances is current through June 18th 2013. The Ashe County Register of Deeds website includes census information. The Ashe County Inmate Registry and the county’s department directory can help you find any information on a person.

There are two types of court records in Ashe County. The lower-level courts are the Superior or trial courts, while the lower-level courts are called trial courts. Whether you are in need of a birth certificate or a divorce decree, the Clerk of Ashe County can help you locate the documents you need. The clerk of Ashe County is the official record keeper for the Ashe County District.

The Ashe County Clerk of Court also provides information on crime, sex, and marriage records. The Ashe County Division of Environmental Health also publishes results for local restaurant inspections. These are helpful for anyone wishing to search the Ashe County courthouse for a local inmate. Besides these, Ashe County is home to many cemeteries and election district maps. These public records can be a source of vital information.