Brown County Ohio Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1762)Brown County Courts
Brown Municipal Court770 Mount Orab PikeGeorgetownOH45121937-378-6358
Brown County Courts
Aberdeen Mayor's Court99 Main Cross StreetAberdeenOH45101937-795-2212
Fayetteville Mayor's Court81 West Pike StreetFayettevilleOH45118513-875-3251
Georgetown Mayor's Court301 South Main StreetGeorgetownOH45121937-378-6395
Higginsport Mayor's Court335 Washington StreetHigginsportOH45131937-375-4115
Mt. Orab Mayor's Court211 South High StreetMount OrabOH45154
Ripley Mayor's Court123 Waterworks RoadRipleyOH45167937-392-4377
Russellville Mayor's Court203 West Main StreetRussellvilleOH45168937-377-9129
Sardinia Mayor's Court151 Maple AvenueSardiniaOH45171937-446-3807
Brown County District Attorney Office
Brown County Prosecuting Attorney510 East State StreetGeorgetownOH45121937-378-4151
Brown County DMVs
Georgetown BMV License Agency924 South Main StreetGeorgetownOH45121937-378-4779
Georgetown Title Bureau740 Mount Orab PikeGeorgetownOH45121937-378-3863
Brown County Court Records Databases
Brown County Accident Reports
Brown County Child Support Warrants
Brown County Court Records
Brown County Probate/Juvenile Court Website
Brown County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Brown County Court Jury Duty Information
Brown County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOH
Brown County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOH
Brown County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementQualified ElectorOH
Brown County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OH
Brown County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearOH

Searching Court Records Online in Brown County Ohio

The Brown County Clerk of Courts is the official office for accessing public court records in the area. You can visit the courthouse during regular business hours or send a request via mail. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the clerk’s office at the address below. The clerk can also be reached by phone or email. You can also obtain copies of criminal and traffic tickets for a small fee. To request a personal record, you may need to contact other government offices in the area.

The clerk’s office staff is trained to help you with land and probate records, as well as other important information. However, you should not rely on this office to conduct research or to find specific court records. While the clerk’s office can help you find public court records in Brown County, they do not do research. Users of this website should be aware of the potential delays involved in retrieving and viewing data from the clerk’s office’s computer system.

In Brown County, you can search the Criminal Courts and Superior Courts online. The Brown County Common Pleas Court has original jurisdiction for all criminal cases and civil cases, as well as the Probation Department. The Brown County Clerk of the District Court is responsible for maintaining records for the District Courts and the Superior Courts. The Probation Department is also part of the county’s court system, which can provide you with important information about a criminal offender.

The clerk of court’s office maintains court records. You can search these records by name or parcel number. You can also search the jail’s official records by case number or filing date. You can also search for a plumber’s license in the county. Moreover, you can use the county’s official public record site to find out who owns a property. Besides, the jail also holds real estate and is a good place to conduct a background check on someone.

The Clerk of Court website contains information about the Municipal Court and the Court of Common Pleas. You can also search the official public records of real estate and UCC filings. In addition to the court documents, you can also obtain birth and death certificates. These records will help you determine the names and addresses of people living in the area. So, if you need to search the records of your family member, it’s best to go through the Clerk of the County’s website.

The clerk of court is the official office responsible for maintaining the public’s access to court records. They are elected on a nonpartisan basis, which means that they can give legal advice to anyone. You can also obtain court documents through the clerk of court’s website. It’s possible to access your own copy of these records in the online version of this database. All information in the database is provided as a courtesy and is not legal advice.

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