Cumberland County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1930)Cumberland County Courts
Cumberland County Court117 Dick StreetFayettevilleNC28301910-678-2900
Cumberland County Courts
Cumberland District Court117 Dick StreetFayettevilleNC28301910-678-2901
Cumberland County District Attorney Office
Cumberland County District Attorney117 Dick StreetFayettevilleNC28301910-475-3010
Cumberland County Public Defender Office
Fayetteville Public Defender117 Dick StreetFayettevilleNC28301910-475-3023
Cumberland County DMVs
DMV Vehicle and License Plate Renewal3333 North Main StreetHope MillsNC28348910-424-2500
Fayetteville DMV Driver's License Office841 Elm StreetFayettevilleNC28303910-484-6249
Fayetteville DMV Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office815 Elm StreetFayettevilleNC28303910-485-1590
Fayetteville Driver's License Office2439 Gillespie StreetFayettevilleNC28306910-486-1353
Fayetteville License & Theft Bureau Office831 Elm StreetFayettevilleNC28303910-486-1331
Spring Lake DMV Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office316 North Carolina 210Spring LakeNC28390910-497-3707
Cumberland County Court Records Databases
Cumberland County Accident Reports
Cumberland County Arrest Warrants
Cumberland County Child Support Warrants
Cumberland County Court Records
Cumberland County Criminal Records
Cumberland County Probate Records
Cumberland County Register of Deeds Website (North Carolina)
Cumberland County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Fayetteville Police Department Accident Reports
Fayetteville Police Department Court Records
Cumberland County Court Jury Duty Information
Cumberland County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Cumberland County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Cumberland County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Cumberland County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Cumberland County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

How to Search Court Records in Cumberland County North Carolina

The courts of Cumberland County provide access to a wide range of public records, including arrests, liens, mortgages, and more. You can also obtain criminal court calendars and other important documents. You can search these records for free. For more information about Cumberland County court systems, visit the North Carolina courts’ website. This website offers access to both county and state court records. You can find the most relevant information about a person’s life by searching the Courts of Cumberland, North Carolina.

You can access the court records of Cumberland County by visiting the Register of Deeds Office. This office is open Monday through Friday, from 8am to 5pm. This office manages a variety of public records, including birth and death certificates, deeds, and maps. You must be 18 years of age or older to access these records. You should note that you cannot take photographs or record videos without permission. The courthouse is not a secure place to take photographs, so you should not try to use your phone in the courthouse.

The Clerk of Superior Court processes requests for certified criminal background records. These records are essential in determining an individual’s background. It is important to know that the information you seek is correct and that you have the appropriate consent before requesting access to these records. The Clerk of Superior Court is the best place to begin your search. When submitting your request, make sure to include the location and date of the incident.

You can access Cumberland County Sheriff’s Civil Process Search and unclaimed property records. You can search for an inmate’s case, or find out the county’s history. You can view an inmate’s case file online, or you can request a copy of their arrest record. You can search by name, address, and id number. The Department of Corrections also provides a report on inmate cases.

You can also search the library’s databases to find inmate records. The public library is the best place to find inmate records in Cumberland County. Inmate commissary and other inmate-related information are available in the jail’s online resources. The clerk of the Superior Court is the official repository of these vital documents in the area. It is the only place where you can access them. The clerk of the Superior Court is the agency that processes requests for these vital documents.

You can also access the court records for a specific individual. For instance, you can search for a divorce case in Cumberland County. You can also check a judicial record of a wrongful death, or perform a title search. If you are looking for a property in Cumberland County, you can perform a title search. It is possible to access court records by zip code and county.