Washington County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2228)Washington County Court Records Offices
Washington County Court120 Adams StreetPlymouthNC27962252-793-3013
Washington County Court Records Offices
Washington District Court120 Adams StreetPlymouthNC27962252-793-3013
Plymouth DMV Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Office383 Highway 64PlymouthNC27962252-793-2063
Washington County Court Records Databases
Washington County Accident Reports
Washington County Arrest Warrants
Washington County Child Support Warrants
Washington County Court Records
Washington County Criminal Records
Washington County Probate Records
Washington County Sheriff Website
Washington County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Washington County Court Jury Duty Information
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Washington County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

Court Records in Washington County North Carolina

If you’re interested in finding Court Records in Washington County North Carolina, you’ve come to the right place. This page provides links to free court resources in Washington County and will guide you to the records you need. This includes family and probate court documents, civil case records, traffic ticket payments, driving, and parking records, and criminal history. These records are updated regularly and contain vital information about a person’s past.

The Clerk of Court in Washington County North Carolina can help you find court records for any case. The office can be reached via telephone and email. You can also access state and local public records online. The clerk of court is responsible for maintaining the records for the county. You can also search for a court record in Washington County using their property search. Alternatively, you can contact the Administrative Office of the courts in Washington through mail.

Washington County has two courthouses and is divided into two distinct categories: Civil and Criminal. The former is responsible for settling disputes between citizens, while the latter deals with cases that involve breaking the law. Both courts are responsible for recording all kinds of public records. Listed below are some sources to access court records in Washington County. For more information, visit the Register of Deeds’ website. You can find marriage and divorce records beginning in 1851.

The Register of Deeds has birth and death records dating back to 1815, divorce records from 1851, and probate and loose estates from 1795. A search of these records may be easy, especially if you have the name of the person you’re looking for. Alternatively, you can try the Washington County Library’s genealogy and court record services. If you’re interested in finding more details about a person’s history, you can search for Washington County unclaimed property and other types of public information.

In Washington County, the Freedmen’s Register contains records of slave marriages from 1851 to the present. The marriage registers in Washington County are kept in separate files. You can also find the marriage licenses in Washington County until 1880. The Freedmen’s Register contains records of colored marriages from 8 March, 1767 to 6 June, 1868. A Freedmen’s registration is available for marriages in Washington County.

The county was divided into seven districts, which were governed by a magistrate. The first county court was located in Little Limestone, where there was a settlement of the Cherokee tribe. The county is now divided into several municipalities and counties. If you want to find your ancestors’ history, use the Washington County Archives to learn more about your ancestors and their descendants. They will be your best resources in Washington County.