Burleigh County North Dakota Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Burleigh County Court Records
Burleigh County Criminal Records
Burleigh County Probate Records
Burleigh County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Burleigh County Court Jury Duty Information
Burleigh County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoND
Burleigh County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesND
Burleigh County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysND
Burleigh County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18ND
Burleigh County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsND
(1585)Burleigh County Courts
Bismarck District Court514 East Thayer AvenueBismarckND58501701-222-6690
Burleigh County Courts
Bismarck Municipal Court514 East Thayer AvenueBismarckND58501701-355-1350
Lincoln Municipal Court74 Santee RoadLincolnND58504701-258-7969
Burleigh County Attorney Generals
North Dakota Attorney General600 East Boulevard AvenueBismarckND58505701-328-2210
North Dakota Attorney General Lottery Division1050 East Interstate AvenueBismarckND58503701-328-1574
North Dakota Attorney General Racing Commission500 North 9th StreetBismarckND58501701-328-4633
Burleigh County Department of Justice
Bismarck North Dakota Department of Justice220 East Rosser AvenueBismarckND58501701-530-2420
Burleigh County District Attorney Office
Burleigh County State Attorney514 East Thayer AvenueBismarckND58501701-222-6672
Burleigh County DMVs
Ashley Driver's License Site Office608 Ashlee AvenueBismarckND58504701-328-2252
Bismarck Driver's License Site Office608 East F AvenueBismarckND58501701-328-2252
Bismarck Motor Vehicle Site Office608 East Boulevard AvenueBismarckND58505701-328-2725
Burleigh County Court Records Databases
Burleigh County Accident Reports
Burleigh County Arrest Warrants
Burleigh County Child Support Warrants

How to Find Court Records in Burleigh County, North Dakota

Finding Burleigh County Court Records is easy. You can easily search for public documents such as marriage licenses, traffic tickets, and other important files, including criminal and civil court proceedings. These records can also contain information about arrests, appeals, and other legal matters. You can search for these records online or by visiting your local courthouse. In addition to court documents, you can also find information about local government and other public records.

You can search for the court records in Burleigh County by name, address, case number, or DOB. If you have a child support warrant, you can find the photos, name, and last known addresses. For probate records, you can also look up the estate number, DOB, or court case number. For more information about the courts in Burleigh County, you can visit the website for North Dakota.

The county is located in Burleigh. There are a total of 12 zip codes in Burleigh, including 58579, 58572, and 58521. You can find court records in these zip codes by entering the name of the person and the case number. If you need more than 10 records, you may want to contact the clerk of courts and ask them to expand the limit. These are the most common counties to search for court records in Burleigh, North Dakota.

To locate a case’s court records in Burleigh County, you must identify the court. There are three levels of court in North Dakota: the Superior Court, the District Court, and the Supreme. Once you have identified the proper court, you can begin searching. To locate a particular case, enter the case number. If you do not know the case number, search for it with the court. There are several ways to access the records from the Burleigh County Municipal Office.

In addition to court records, the court may also have real estate documents. By searching for city building permit reports, you can determine who owns a property. You can search for court records by the owner’s name or parcel number. The database may also have other information, including arrest warrants. However, these are not the only sources for information. You may also search official city building permit reports to learn about the current owner of a specific parcel.

You can search court records in Burleigh County by entering the case number and date. You can search for a case number by using the defendant’s name. The North Dakota Open Records Statute does not extend its jurisdiction to court records. To access these documents, you must pay a fee. If you are seeking the details of a deceased person, you must have a paid subscription to a reputable online database.