Clark County Ohio Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1898)Clark County Courts
Clark Common Pleas Court50 East Columbia StreetSpringfieldOH45502937-521-1845
Clark County Courts
Clark Municipal Court50 East Columbia StreetSpringfieldOH45502937-328-3726
Catawba Mayor's CourtPersimmon StreetCatawbaOH43010937-828-1345
Donnelsville Mayor's Court15 South Hampton RoadNew CarlisleOH45344937-882-1375
Enon Mayor's Court363 East Main StreetEnonOH45323937-864-7870
North Hampton Mayor's Court75 Church StreetNorth HamptonOH45349937-964-9804
South Charleston Mayor's Court35 South Chillicothe StreetSouth CharlestonOH45368937-462-8822
Tremont Mayor's Court26 East Main StreetSpringfieldOH45502937-969-8281
Clark County District Attorney Office
Clark County Prosecuting Attorney50 East Columbia StreetSpringfieldOH45502937-521-1770
Clark County Public Defender Office
Clark County Public Defender50 East Columbia StreetSpringfieldOH45502937-328-2640
Clark County DMVs
Clark County Clerk50 East Columbia StreetSpringfieldOH45502937-521-1835
New Carlisle BMV License Agency430 North Main StreetNew CarlisleOH45344937-845-0496
New Carlisle Title Bureau430 North Main StreetNew CarlisleOH45344937-845-4198
Springfield BMV License Agency1109 North Bechtle AvenueSpringfieldOH45504937-325-1821
Springfield BMV License Agency1221 Sunset AvenueSpringfieldOH45505937-328-5166
Clark County Court Records Databases
Clark County Accident Reports
Clark County Arrest Warrants
Clark County Child Support Warrants
Clark County Clerk of Court Records
Clark County Court Records
Clark County Criminal Records
Clark County Municipal Court Records
Clark County Probate Court Website
Clark County Probate Records
Clark County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Clark County Court Jury Duty Information
Clark County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOH
Clark County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOH
Clark County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementQualified ElectorOH
Clark County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OH
Clark County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearOH

How to Search Court Records in Clark County Ohio

If you need to get access to court records in Clark County, Ohio, you can do so through the local courts’ clerk’s office. If you want to search for information that is older than 1990, you may be disappointed as most records before that date are not online. However, if you are looking for a specific court case, you can try using the search box at the top of this page. It offers access to public court dockets and files, as well as transcripts.

You can search for criminal and civil records in the clerk’s office. You can also use this option to look up information about your family. The U.S. Census Bureau offers statistics about the area, including voting in absentia, overseas voting, and voter registration. The Clark County courthouse is a great place to find out about your family history. You can find out where your ancestors lived, how many children they had, and how often they were in jail.

If you’re looking for a building permit, you can search for these records at the local Clark County Courthouse. This information is current, within the limitations of the data retrieval system, but there is a risk that information can change. For this reason, you should never rely solely on this information. Alternatively, you can search for the name of the driver involved in an accident by entering their last name, the date of the accident, and the location of the incident.

The county clerk’s office helps the public access court records. It receives official court documents, including traffic tickets, traffic fines, and other civil papers. The clerk’s office also preserves and distributes these documents. If you’re interested in getting access to court records in Clark County, Ohio, you’ll need to contact the local office. You can also visit this court by mail or through their website, but you can’t access the records there.

The Probate Court in Clark County Ohio maintains marriage records. Certified copies of marriage records from before 1991 cost $5, while those before are available for free on the Probate Court’s website. Depending on the type of court, you can get access to marriage records in a wide variety of ways. There are many public websites where you can view the court records of any person and their families. You can also search by date.

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