Guilford County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2026)Guilford County Courts
Guildford County Court I505 East Green DriveHigh PointNC27260336-822-6716
Guilford County Courts
Guildford County Court II201 South Eugene StreetGreensboroNC27401336-412-7900
Guildford County District Court201 South Eugene StreetGreensboroNC27401336-574-4302
Guilford County Department of Justice
Greensboro North Carolina Department of Justice1801 Stanley RoadGreensboroNC27407336-547-4210
Guilford County District Attorney Office
Guilford County District Attorney201 South Eugene StreetGreensboroNC27401336-412-7600
Guilford County Public Defender Office
Greensboro Public Defender301 North Elm StreetGreensboroNC27401336-333-5455
Guilford County DMVs
Greensboro District IV Office2391 Coliseum BoulevardGreensboroNC27403336-334-5438
Greensboro East DMV Driver's License Office2527 East Market StreetGreensboroNC27401336-334-5745
Greensboro Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office2218 Golden Gate DriveGreensboroNC27405336-275-7715
Greensboro Vehicle and License Plate Renewal Office5551 West Market StreetGreensboroNC27409336-856-1510
Greensboro West DMV Driver's License Office2391 Coliseum BoulevardGreensboroNC27403336-334-5438
High Point DMV Driver's License Office650 Francis StreetHigh PointNC27263336-884-1003
High Point Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office1677 Westchester DriveHigh PointNC27262336-889-8247
Guilford County Court Records Databases
Greensboro City Government Parking Tickets
Greensboro Police Department Accident Reports
Guilford County Accident Reports
Guilford County Child Support Warrants
Guilford County Court Records
Guilford County Criminal Records
Guilford County Probate Records
Guilford County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University Parking Tickets
Guilford County Court Jury Duty Information
Guilford County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Guilford County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Guilford County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Guilford County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Guilford County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

Court Records in Guilford County North Carolina

The trial court system in Guilford County is divided into three main levels, namely District Courts and Superior Courts. The calendars of the two levels are linked to the online court records. The calendars are accessible for free. In addition to criminal and civil court calendars, the business court also maintains a list of cases. If you have any questions about the trial courts in your area, feel free to contact your local clerk’s office.

The county clerk’s office also provides public records such as birth certificates, death certificates, and probate records. You can search by type and name to see whether the record is public or private. If you’re looking for the date of the event, you can use the court directory, which includes birth, death, and marriage records for Guilford County. You can also find a lot of other information through the county clerk’s office.

In addition to the birth and death records, Guilford County also maintains a directory of businesses and offices, including the Register of Deeds. This directory is available for anyone who is looking for a business or family. The website provides information on courthouses, county employees, and local events. If you’re looking for someone’s personal information, it’s worth checking out the website.

The county is located in the middle of North Carolina, bordering Davidson County on the southwest and Forsyth County on the east. It’s a relatively small community, with a population of around 658 people. As a result, there are a few ways to get in touch with your county’s Sheriff’s office. You can even email them requesting information on any of the inmates’ names.

The Registry of Deeds website has a lot of helpful information, including vital records and affidavits of ineligibility for a Social Security number. You can also download an application for a copy of your vital records. You can also fill out a real estate document request form. These forms will be needed for you to obtain a Social Security Number. The Register of Deeds has a list of all the counties in North Carolina.