Watauga County North Carolina Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2229)Watauga County Courts
Watauga County Court842 West King StreetBooneNC28607828-265-5369
Watauga County Courts
Watauga District Court842 West King StreetBooneNC28607828-733-2395
Watauga County District Attorney Office
Watauga County District Attorney842 West King StreetBooneNC28607828-268-6610
Watauga County DMVs
Boone Driver's License Office4469 Bamboo RoadBooneNC28607828-265-5384
Boone Vehicle & License Plate Office331 Queen StreetBooneNC28607828-268-2315
Boone Vehicle License Plate & Renewal Office4469 Bamboo RoadBooneNC28607828-265-5384
Watauga County Court Records Databases
Watauga County Accident Reports
Watauga County Arrest Warrants
Watauga County Child Support Warrants
Watauga County Court Records
Watauga County Criminal Records
Watauga County Probate Records
Watauga County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Watauga County Court Jury Duty Information
Watauga County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesNC
Watauga County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesNC
Watauga County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysNC
Watauga County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18NC
Watauga County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsNC

How to Search Court Records in Watauga County North Carolina

You can search online for Court Records in Watauga County by entering the citation number or the name of the person involved. This will give you the complete information about any case filed in court. In some cases, you may need to request a copy of the document to see if the person was found guilty. If the person was convicted of a crime, you can also look up the details of the case.

You can access criminal, marriage, birth, and traffic records at the Watauga County North Carolina courthouse by entering the information and clicking on the courthouse. You can also access important public information, such as arrests and criminal incident reports. You can even look up birth and marriage records and use the county’s voter registrar. This service is free, but you must have a library card.

In addition to court records, you can look for information on pending cases in the county. You can also access court dockets in Watauga County by searching the name of the person or business. The district attorney’s office will have information on past and pending cases and you may find these documents online. In addition to judicial records, you can also find out the status of the case through the court’s website.

The courthouse in Watauga County is a great place to find public records. You can also access a variety of public documents and find out about property owners in the county. If you have a question, you should look for a courthouse in the Watauga County courthouse. You can also find a list of people by name on the courts’ websites. If you need to know who owns a property, the county clerk’s office will be able to help you.

The clerk’s office is an important administrative office in the judicial system of Watauga County North Carolina. These records are vital to the public and are accessible to anyone. You can search for mugshots, arrest and criminal cases by using the court’s online search. In addition, you can access documents related to child support and civil actions. You can also find information on a county’s demographics and geographic information.

The Watauga County Clerk of Superior Court is responsible for maintaining records of all pending cases and has exclusive original jurisdiction for the probate court. You can also search for public records by using the clerk’s office’s website. It has links to the court dockets of several other counties. The clerk’s office in Watauga County can be contacted through email, phone, or mail.