Dare County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1932)Dare County Court Records Offices
Dare County Court1044 Driftwood DriveManteoNC27954252-475-9100
Dare County Court Records Offices
Dare District Court1044 Driftwood DriveManteoNC27954252-337-8500
Manteo Driver's License Office517 Budleigh StreetManteoNC27954252-475-3712
Ocracoke Driver's License Mobile Unit Office1498 North Carolina 12HatterasNC27943252-928-4160
Dare County Court Records Databases
Dare County Accident Reports
Dare County Arrest Warrants
Dare County Child Support Warrants
Dare County Court Records
Dare County Criminal Records
Dare County Probate Records
Dare County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Southern Shores Accident Reports
Dare County Court Jury Duty Information
Dare County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Dare County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Dare County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Dare County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Dare County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

Court Records in Dare County North Carolina

Court Records in Dare County, NC are public records that are available online for a fee. The clerk of the Superior Court in Dare County is Dean Martin Tolson. You can search for information on arrests, mugshots, driving and traffic tickets and more. The administrative office of the court maintains the system. The clerk can provide you with the information you are looking for. The fees for searching court records vary depending on the type of information you need, but they are well worth it.

The Dare County justice center is the main place where you can find court records. You can check criminal records for a person by entering their name. Criminal records are generally public. In addition, you can check civil court calendars for a particular defendant. The Justice Center is open from 8:30 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday, with the exception of inclement weather. You can also visit the office at other times, as the Justice Center will follow its closing policy.

The Register’s Office maintains these documents, and it is the Register’s Office that verifies and indexes them. You can also use Dare County’s website to access these records online. You can get certified copies of criminal records by contacting the Dare County Sheriff’s department, but if you are looking for uncertified copies, you will need to contact the County Clerk’s office.

You can access Dare County court records from the Clerk’s office, which is located at the Register of Deeds office. You can also obtain divorce records, arrest records, and marriage records from the Office of the Register of Deeds. In addition, you can search criminal records by phone or at the state Department of Public Health, which is another resource. You can find these records through the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation’s website, or by calling the office directly.

For a certified copy of a birth record, you can visit the Dare County Clerk’s office or go to the county’s website. The clerk of Superior Court is the official source of these records. For a certified copy of a death record, you must pay $10. You can also request copies of other types of court records, such as divorce, in person. However, you should only obtain certified copies if you are the victim of a crime.

The county’s justice center is the central point for obtaining court records. There, you can also find arrest reports and felony convictions. You can request a certified copy for $25. The office has an electronic portal for the public to access criminal records. A certified copy costs $25. You can also request a certified copy of a birth certificate. This service is available in the county courthouse and can be very helpful for locating your family and ancestors.