Bowman County North Dakota Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1583)Bowman County Courts
Bowman District Court104 1st Street NorthwestBowmanND58623701-523-3450
Bowman County Courts
Bowman Municipal Court101 1st Street NortheastBowmanND58623701-523-4487
Rhame Municipal Court109 Main StreetRhameND58651701-279-5555
Scranton Municipal Court109 2nd AvenueScrantonND58653701-275-6332
Bowman County District Attorney Offices
Bowman County State Attorney104 1st Street NorthwestBowmanND58623701-523-3407
Slope County State Attorney104 1st Street NorthwestBowmanND58623701-523-3407
Bowman County DMVs
Bowman Driver's License Site Office100 1st Street SoutheastBowmanND58623701-227-6550
Bowman Motor Vehicle Site Office104 1st Street NorthwestBowmanND58623701-523-3665
Bowman County Court Records Databases
Bowman County Accident Reports
Bowman County Child Support Warrants
Bowman County Court Records
Bowman County Criminal Records
Bowman County Probate Records
Bowman County Recorder and Clerk of District Court Website
Bowman County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Bowman County Court Jury Duty Information
Bowman County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoND
Bowman County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesND
Bowman County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysND
Bowman County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18ND
Bowman County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsND

Court Records in Bowman County North Dakota

To find Court Records in Bowman County North Dakota, you can visit the local Clerk of Court office. The Clerk of the Court will issue a marriage license, file court documents, and maintain birth and death records. The Register of Deeds and Recorder will keep track of all property transactions and keep a permanent record of property ownership. These records are available to the public and are free. To find out if you have a case in the court, contact the Register of Deeds and Recorder.

If you are looking for records for a specific case, you can search the registrar of deeds or county court. These are public records that include documents and information that can be used to identify the person. They also contain information on appeals and military records. In addition to courthouse records, you can also look for historical biographies, church and government history. If you have a military background, you can also search the U.S. Military Online, which contains nationwide databases.

Located in the state of North Dakota, Bowman County is home to the following courts. The office is staffed with lawyers, court clerks, and administrative staffs who provide assistance to the public and process court documents. They also maintain a sex offender registry and census information. Throughout the year, the Clerk of Court’s office is open to the public to view public court records. You can even visit the county’s Office of the Attorney General to find out about the sex offender registry.

In addition to a district court, Bowman County has three municipal courts. The United States District Court for the District of North Dakota is responsible for judicial proceedings in the county. The clerk of court in Bowman County can provide you with information on these courts and other relevant documents. In addition to public court records, you can find property tax records, legal descriptions, and inmate records. You can search for property tax reports, property taxes, and other records.

The Recorder’s Office is responsible for the county’s marriage license. The Clerk of District Courts also performs several administrative functions such as processing fines owed to the state. The recorder’s office maintains the county’s lien records and conducts elections. It also serves as the repository of civil judgments. You can find these court records in Bowman County if you have a need to access them.

There are a variety of exemptions for jury service. Some people are automatically exempted from serving on a jury. However, the same cannot be said for the state board of equalization. If you’re a government employee, you need to be registered with the state board of equalization. To find Court Records in Bowman County North Dakota, visit the website of the State Board of Equalization.