Franklin County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2020)Franklin County Court Records Offices
Franklin County Court102 South Main StreetLouisburgNC27549919-496-5104
Franklin County Court Records Offices
Franklin County District Attorney102 South Main StreetLouisburgNC27549919-497-4290
Franklin District Court102 South Main StreetLouisburgNC27549919-497-7283
Louisburg DMV Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office808 South Bickett BoulevardLouisburgNC27549919-496-4655
Louisburg Driver's License Office86 Tanglewood DriveLouisburgNC27549919-496-2590
Franklin County Court Records Databases
Franklin County Accident Reports
Franklin County Arrest Warrants
Franklin County Child Support Warrants
Franklin County Court Records
Franklin County Criminal Records
Franklin County Probate Records
Franklin County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Franklinton Police Department Accident Reports
Franklin County Court Jury Duty Information
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Franklin County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

How to Find Court Records in Franklin County North Carolina

Find Franklin County North Carolina court records online. These public documents are updated daily and include criminal, traffic, and civil records. You can also search by name and citation number. In addition, you can view Franklin County arrest records. The editorial staff is constantly monitoring and tracking the information posted by local courts. If you are looking for a specific record, you can use the advanced search options. You can narrow your results by type of record, county, or citation number.

If you are interested in finding court records in Franklin County North Carolina, you can visit the Clerk of Court’s office to access your court documents. If you’d like to access court documents in Franklin County, you can visit the State Archives. These archives have extensive collections of public records, including divorce and birth records. All of these documents can be obtained for free by searching the database. Regardless of the location, Franklin County North Carolina court records are a valuable source of information for local citizens and business owners.

If you are interested in finding out more about the history of your family, you can look up Franklin County court records. These documents are available on the Internet, and you can search them by address and name. By using the county website, you’ll be able to see your ancestor’s background, as well as a number of other vital documents. You can also find out more about your relatives’ lives.

The online resources for Franklin County North Carolina include jail records, voter information, and unclaimed property. If you’re looking for your loved one’s past, you can also find out the current status of the alleged defendant. The clerk’s office can help you find any information that you might need. The public records directory includes a wealth of information. Further, there’s a directory of municipal court offices and the district’s administrative calendar, including the names of the people who have committed the crime.

The county’s arrest records provide detailed information on individuals arrested for crimes. This information is available in several ways. You can find the criminal records of your loved one and their parents in the county. The court’s clerk’s office will give you access to the documents you need. It’s also possible to obtain the details of your deceased loved one’s life. In addition to the arrest records, you’ll find a wide variety of other information.

You can also access jail records, land records, and other information related to the Franklin County Court. These services can help you find your loved one’s past. If you are looking for the court records of a deceased person, you can also check the North Carolina state archives. You’ll find all of the necessary information in the public protection registry of your city. In addition to these, the Franklin County government has a glossary of legal terms, including the most common.