Iredell County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2075)Iredell County Courts
Iredell County Alternate Court610 North Center StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-664-1118
Iredell County Courts
Iredell County Court221 East Water StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-832-6600
Iredell District Court221 East Water StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-878-4209
Iredell County District Attorney Offices
Iredell County District Attorney201 East Water StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-832-6610
Alexander County District Attorney201 East Water StreetStatesvilleNC28677828-632-8105
Iredell County DMVs
Mooresville Driver's License Office533 Patterson AvenueMooresvilleNC28115704-664-3344
Mooresville Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office125 North Main StreetMooresvilleNC28115704-663-5472
Statesville DMV Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office121 West Water StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-873-3185
Statesville Driver's License Office905 North Carolina AvenueStatesvilleNC28677704-878-4220
Iredell County Court Records Databases
Iredell County Accident Reports
Iredell County Arrest Warrants
Iredell County Child Support Warrants
Iredell County Court Records
Iredell County Criminal Records
Iredell County Probate Records
Iredell County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Iredell County Court Jury Duty Information
Iredell County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Iredell County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Iredell County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Iredell County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Iredell County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

How to Find Court Records in Iredell County North Carolina

If you are searching for court records in Iredell County, NC, you’ve come to the right place. You can search for court records on all types of cases, including criminal, civil, and family. You can also find public court calendars and other important information. These records are available to anyone, and you can even find out who was behind a traffic citation. To get started, use the links below to access Iredell County court records.

To find Iredell County court records, you can enter the address of the property to find out if there’s a record for that parcel. This information can include the name of the owner of the property and any relevant legal information. You can also search for court cases based on the date, time, and location. The state’s Superior Courts process these records, and you can find them online at the county’s website.

Public Court Records in Iredell County, NC can be found on the court calendar. You can also search for inmate information by name by visiting the Department of Corrections’ website. In addition to public court calendars, you can access court reports and documents. Additionally, you can find out more about the county’s Sheriff’s Office by viewing monthly reports, sex offender reports, and other police reports. You can also find Iredell County government jobs on the website.

If you want to learn more about the local government and the county’s public services, you should visit the county’s Hall of Justice. This office is responsible for recording various kinds of county documents, including real estate transactions. In addition, you can find information about jury service and other government functions. The Sheriff’s department provides general services, as well as information on crimes. The Register of Deeds is a good place to start if you are searching for court records in Iredell County, NC.

The court in Iredell County, NC offers access to marriage licenses, election results, and other public records. The website also has information about marriage licenses and other documents. If you are interested in divorce or marriage records in Iredell, you can visit the sheriffs office and request a copy. You can also search for public court calendars, incident reports, and other documents. If you need to find more information, you can try contacting the Sherriffs’ office.

Iredell County has 42 District courts. One of these is located in Mooresville, the county’s largest city. There are also eight divisions. The district court maintains the records of criminals and civil cases. A divorce or marriage license can be difficult to find without the proper documentation. A person can check these records to make sure that they are accurate. The clerks’ office in Iredell County will send them by mail.