Graham County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2023)Graham County Court Records Offices
Graham County Court12 Court StreetRobbinsvilleNC28771828-479-7986
Graham County Court Records Offices
Graham County District Attorney12 North Main StreetRobbinsvilleNC28771828-479-7010
Graham District Court12 Court StreetRobbinsvilleNC28771828-454-6511
Robbinsville DMV Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office74 South Main StreetRobbinsvilleNC28771828-479-4896
Robbinsville Driver's License Mobile Unit Office196 Knight StreetRobbinsvilleNC28771828-479-8943
Graham County Court Records Databases
Graham County Accident Reports
Graham County Arrest Warrants
Graham County Child Support Warrants
Graham County Court Records
Graham County Criminal Records
Graham County Probate Records
Graham County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Graham County Court Jury Duty Information
Graham County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Graham County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Graham County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Graham County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Graham County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

How to Find Court Records in Graham County North Carolina

The court system in Graham County is divided into three separate levels: Superior Court, District Court, and Business courts. Using the court docket information will help you find the details of any case filed in Graham County. In addition to this, you can view the current status of any case filed in a particular district. For more information, check the official website of the county court. If you are not able to find the court records you are looking for online, you can also contact the town and city halls of the county.

There are several ways to find Graham County court records. The Register of Deeds maintains all county documents. Other government offices are the Sheriff and Police departments, which provide general services and information. If you are looking for an arrest record, you can use the online Graham County Property Search. This resource includes property sales, and owner names. You can also access other public documents, such as the tax roll. Lastly, you can check the North Carolina Sex Offender Registry.

If you’re looking for public court records, you can contact the Graham County Clerk’s Office in Robbinsville. They are happy to help you find the court records you’re looking for. Whether you’re looking for a marriage record or a birth record, the Graham County Clerk’s Office is your best bet. And because they are not the ones doing the research, the clerk’s office is not the best place to go for this type of information.

You can also find court dockets in Graham County. The dockets are an important source of information because they contain information on all pending and completed cases. You can also read summaries of these cases and the case summary from a Graham County clerk’s office. Many courts offer searchable online versions of the court docket. If you’re looking for a specific person, you can try searching by their name.

The North Carolina State Archives has many Graham County court records. These records may be useful if you’re researching a family history. These two institutions provide access to most of the same materials as a family history center. You can also look up local libraries and genealogical societies in Graham County. These places are often very helpful when it comes to genealogy. They’re available for research in all kinds of fields. But if you’re looking for specific Graham county court records, you’ll likely find many resources that you can use.

In addition to court records, a person’s name can be used to locate information on a person. For example, you can search for a marriage in Graham County or a divorce case in Swain County. In case of a criminal case, the district court will take the case. The civil court will then decide which one is right. Likewise, if the criminal case is a minor, it will be tried in a magistrate.