Grand Forks County North Dakota Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1701)Grand Forks County Courts
Grand Forks District Court124 South 4th StreetGrand ForksND58201701-787-2700
Grand Forks County Courts
Grand Forks Municipal Court1701 North Washington StreetGrand ForksND58203701-787-8160
Emerado Municipal Court201 Main StreetEmeradoND58228701-594-4542
Larimore Municipal Court122 West Main StreetLarimoreND58251701-343-2181
Northwood Municipal Court12 North Raymond StreetNorthwoodND58267701-587-5370
Thompson Municipal Court306 Pacific AvenueThompsonND58278701-599-2973
Grand Forks County District Attorney Office
Grand Forks County State AttorneyPO Box 5607Grand ForksND58206701-780-8281
Grand Forks County DMVs
Grand Forks Driver's License Site Office1951 North Washington StreetGrand ForksND58203701-787-6540
Grand Forks Motor Vehicle Site Office1726 South Washington StreetGrand ForksND58201701-772-1390
Grand Forks County Court Records Databases
Grand Forks County Accident Reports
Grand Forks County Child Support Warrants
Grand Forks County Court Records
Grand Forks County Criminal Records
Grand Forks County Probate Records
Grand Forks County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Grand Forks County Court Jury Duty Information
Grand Forks County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoND
Grand Forks County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesND
Grand Forks County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysND
Grand Forks County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18ND
Grand Forks County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsND

How to Search Court Records in Grand Forks County North Dakota

In North Dakota, you can look up any criminal case or civil court record using your attorney’s bar number, citation number or name. There is also a way to search for any Grand Forks County North Dakota record using the defendant’s name. You will be able to find out any details related to the criminal case or any liens filed against the defendant. By using the details of the crime, you will be able to find the exact person that has committed the crime.

You can also find Grand Forks County North Dakota court records by case number. You can also lookup the case name and date to get an idea of the case. If you want to know who the defendant is, you can use the county court registry. There is a district court in the city. You can search it by using the details of the defendant and the charges filed against him. The clerk of the district court will give you the information you need.

If you are looking for Grand Forks County North Dakota records, you can go to the website of the state court in Grand Forks. You can look up civil and criminal case records in Grand Forks. Besides that, you can also check out the criminal and traffic cases and other types of records in Grand Forks. The court directory in this city will give you the necessary information you need to search for the appropriate documents.

There are different types of courts in Grand Forks County North Dakota. Municipal courts and district courts are the most popular, and they are the most common. The district court is the best place to look for a copy of a court record in Grand Forks. However, if you want to look up a specific case, you can also try looking through the North Dakota trial courts’ website.

In addition to criminal and property records, you can also search for the state tax records. You can get a free copy of the records of a Grand Forks property by using GIS parcel mapping. You can search by name, address, tract index data and more. If you want to find out more about a specific case, you can search the court’s history by the case number. For example, the State Tax Appeals Board approved a petition for an extension of time for the plaintiff’s appeal, but the district court ruled against the appeal.

In Grand Forks, you can search for court records and criminal cases. A list of this information can help you find a criminal conviction. There are even cases where you can get access to your case without a courthouse. A public criminal case can be a good candidate for extradition to another jurisdiction. This way, you can see if someone has committed a crime against you. You can check the public criminal history by checking the county’s online jails.