Griggs County North Dakota Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Griggs County Arrest Warrants
Griggs County Auditor's Office Website
Griggs County Child Support Warrants
Griggs County Court Records
Griggs County Criminal Records
Griggs County Probate Records
Griggs County Recorder Website
Griggs County Sheriff Website
Griggs County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Griggs County Treasurer Website
Griggs County Court Jury Duty Information
Griggs County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoND
Griggs County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesND
Griggs County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysND
Griggs County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18ND
Griggs County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsND
(1703)Griggs County Court Records Offices
Griggs County State AttorneyPO Box 541CooperstownND58425701-797-2413
Griggs County Court Records Offices
Cooperstown District Court808 Rollin Avenue SouthwestCooperstownND58425701-797-2772
Cooperstown Driver's License Site Office611 9th Street NortheastCooperstownND58425701-787-6540
Griggs County Court Records Databases
Griggs County Accident Reports

Court Records in Griggs County North Dakota

You can find Court Records in Griggs County, North Dakota, online. These documents include civil and criminal records, marriage licenses, traffic tickets, and military discharges. You can also search for liens and mortgages. Some documents are available online, while others are only available by mail. No matter which type of record you are looking for, you can find it here. Regardless of where you live, you can find what you need with a little research.

To request court records, go to the Griggs County office. You can make an appointment to view them by calling 605-541-2600. The office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CST. You will need to bring photo identification and a written request. You can also go online and search for documents on a state-wide level. If you’re in need of court papers, you can also check U.S. Military Online for nationwide military records. If you’re looking for a local history, the Griggs County public library may have it.

If you are interested in genealogy or ancestry, you can look up Griggs County court records. These documents can include court calendars, case searches, judgements, and more. You can even view court forms and burial records. Using these records will help you find out more about your family’s past and help you find your roots. This information is accessible online and can be very helpful. There are a variety of resources available for the public. You can search by name or by the township.

If you are interested in genealogy, you can also find obituaries, marriage licenses, and cemeteries. Additionally, you can find court agendas, meeting minutes, and requests for proposals. All these records can be very useful in statistical analysis. And you can get them for just $7 a copy. These documents are also available online for a one-time fee. For more information, visit the website below.

These records are updated regularly. You can view the sex offender register of a Griggs County citizen. These records are accessible to all citizens in the county. You can find court documents for a range of crimes, including rapes, arson, burglaries, and arson. The database is updated every day, and is very useful for tracking down the past of an individual. The sex offender register is an invaluable resource to the public.

The clerk of the district court office has hundreds of administrative responsibilities. They process fines, child support checks, and marriage licenses. They also manage trial records and notify state agencies about court orders. They are an important part of the county’s government and community. And they’re free to use. But if you are searching for public information, you must pay for it. You might need to spend some money to access court records in Griggs County, but you’ll save a lot of money.