Clinton County Ohio Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1900)Clinton County Courts
Clinton County Common Pleas Court46 South South StreetWilmingtonOH45177937-382-3640
Clinton County Courts
Clinton Municipal Court69 North South StreetWilmingtonOH45177937-382-8985
Martinsville Mayor's Court416 Cemetery RoadMartinsvilleOH45146937-721-3893
New Vienna Mayor's Court97 West Main StreetNew ViennaOH45159937-987-2477
Sabina Mayor's Court99 Howard StreetSabinaOH45169937-584-2441
Clinton County District Attorney Office
Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney103 East Main StreetWilmingtonOH45177937-382-4559
Clinton County Public Defender Office
Clinton County Public Defender111 South Nelson AvenueWilmingtonOH45177937-382-1316
Clinton County DMVs
Wilmington BMV License Agency180 East Sugartree StreetWilmingtonOH45177937-382-2864
Wilmington Driver Exam Station950 Rombach AvenueWilmingtonOH45177937-383-4519
Wilmington Title Bureau180 East Sugartree StreetWilmingtonOH45177937-382-0375
Clinton County Court Records Databases
Clinton County Accident Reports
Clinton County Child Support Warrants
Clinton County Clerk of Court Records
Clinton County Court Records
Clinton County Municipal Court Records
Clinton County Probate Court Website
Clinton County Probate Records
Clinton County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Clinton County Court Jury Duty Information
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOH
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOH
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementQualified ElectorOH
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OH
Clinton County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearOH

Court Records in Clinton County Ohio

Court Records in Clinton County Ohio are public documents, files, transcripts, and other information from courts throughout the state. Some cases may have been settled before the case reached the local level, while others may be appealed to a federal or state level. The public can obtain these records by visiting the website of the producing court in your area. To search these records, simply type the individual’s name into the search box below.

The clerk of courts in Clinton County is the place to go if you need access to court records. They are open during business hours, and can be reached by phone or mail. The clerks of these courts will be glad to help you with your search. If you need to search for a specific criminal case, you can look up its record on the website of the Municipal Court of the County. You can also contact the Clerk of the Municipal Circuit Court for more information.

The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office is the primary custodian of these records. The database includes arrest details, reports, and logs. These records are not definitive proof of criminal involvement, but they provide a lot of information about the circumstances surrounding the arrest. You can search these records by filing dates, hearing dates, or any other identifying information. Remember that they do not provide definitive proof of criminal activity, so use them at your own risk.

In addition to obtaining court records in this county, you can look up other vital information like the number of incarcerated inmates and their status. You can also obtain birth and death records through the County’s Department of Public Health. A few other resources that are available online are the directory for the Sheriff’s Department, and birth and death data. These databases are a vital resource for anyone interested in tracing their family history.

The Sex Offender Registry in Clinton County Ohio is a public database that allows citizens to find sexual predators and wanted sex offenders. The database can be searched by name, email address, or location. The Ohio Attorney General’s Office also maintains a voter’s list of unclaimed funds. You can even view sample ballots from the various elections in the county. If you need to get these records, it is best to visit the office of the Court in your area.

The court in Clinton County Ohio has two types of jurisdiction. The district courts are limited in their jurisdiction, while the circuit courts are unlimited in their jurisdiction. However, the Circuit Court is still the most popular court in the county. In addition to its district court jurisdiction, it also offers other court services, including marriage licenses and a driver’s license application. These services can be obtained at the Clerk’s Office at the same address.