Ward County North Dakota Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1866)Ward County Courts
Burlington Municipal Court9 Willow StreetBurlingtonND58722701-721-7759
Ward County Courts
Kenmare Municipal Court5 3rd Street NortheastKenmareND58746701-385-4232
Minot District Court315 3rd Street SoutheastMinotND58701701-857-6600
Minot Municipal Court515 2nd Avenue SouthwestMinotND58701701-857-4759
Surrey Municipal Court100 Pleasant Avenue SouthSurreyND58785701-852-4154
Ward County District Attorney Office
Ward County State AttorneyPO Box 5005MinotND58702701-857-6402
Ward County DMVs
Minot Driver's License Site Office1600 2nd Avenue SouthwestMinotND58701701-857-7624
Minot Motor Vehicle Site Office1600 2nd Avenue SouthwestMinotND58701701-857-8221
Ward County Court Records Databases
Ward County Accident Reports
Ward County Auditor and Treasurer Website
Ward County Child Support Warrants
Ward County Clerk of District Court Office Divorce Records
Ward County Court Records
Ward County Criminal Records
Ward County Probate Records
Ward County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Ward County Court Jury Duty Information
Ward County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoND
Ward County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesND
Ward County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysND
Ward County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18ND
Ward County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsND

Court Records in Ward County North Dakota

Court Records in Ward County North Dakota are available online. You can find case lookups, transcripts, files, and more by using this search. However, it is important to note that a Ward County court record does not necessarily mean that all events were filed in that county. If you want to learn about a specific person’s past, you should contact the Ward County State’s Attorney’s Office. The State’s Attorney’s Office handles discovery requests.

Criminal court records are not available online. The North Dakota Attorney General’s Office keeps statistics on crime. There are two groups of crimes: those that are against property (such as burglary) and those against society, like crimes against persons, like murder. There are three categories of crimes: those against society, crimes against people, and those against property. The Ward County Sheriff’s office compiles these statistics. The North Dakota Attorney General’s office is responsible for keeping crime statistics.

If you’re looking for criminal records in Ward County, you’ll need to contact the Sheriff’s Department. The Sheriff’s Department maintains a database of crime reports, arrests, and convictions. Additionally, they keep records on delinquent offenders, sex offenders, and other types of public record. It is vital to have these records in order to protect your family and children.

Public records in Ward County can be obtained through the online services provided by the Ward County Sheriff’s Department. In addition to court records, you can also find vital documents such as birth, marriage, and death. You can also view the most wanted persons list of the Ward County Sheriff. These records are often not public, but are available on request to interested parties. When requesting a court record, the interested party must visit the courthouse where the case was filed.

The Ward County Sheriff’s Department maintains marriage records in the county. To obtain a marriage record in Ward County, you must complete a Request for Recorded Marriage License form. The fee is $6.00 for marriages that occurred after January 1, 1995. If you’re looking for a prior date, you must attach an $8.00 fee. Providing the full name of both parties and the date of marriage will help you narrow the search.

A Ward County criminal record can be accessed online with the help of a statewide sex offender registry. You can search these records either onsite or remotely. The onsite visitation hours are scheduled daily, and you can schedule an appointment with the jail. During the week, video visits are not possible. During the weekend, you can visit the inmate only once per day. The online visits are available every day of the week, and you need to schedule a time to make an appointment.