Greene County Ohio Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2004)Greene County Courts
Greene County Common Pleas Court45 North Detroit StreetXeniaOH45385937-562-5215
Greene County Courts
Fairborn Municipal Court1148 Kauffman AvenueFairbornOH45324937-754-3040
Xenia Municipal Court101 North Detroit StreetXeniaOH45385937-376-7290
Yellow Springs Mayor's Court100 Dayton StreetYellow SpringsOH45387937-767-3400
Greene County District Attorney Office
Greene County Prosecuting Attorney61 Greene StreetXeniaOH45385937-562-5250
Greene County Public Defender Office
Greene County Public Defender90 East Main StreetXeniaOH45385937-562-5041
Greene County DMVs
Fairborn BMV License Agency1274 North Broad StreetFairbornOH45324937-878-4040
Fairborn Title Bureau44 West Hebble AvenueFairbornOH45324937-562-6055
Xenia BMV License Agency601 Ledbetter RoadXeniaOH45385937-372-4282
Xenia Title Bureau601 Ledbetter RoadXeniaOH45385937-562-6055
Greene County Court Records Databases
Fairborn Municipal Court Records
Greene County Accident Reports
Greene County Child Support Warrants
Greene County Clerk of Court Records
Greene County Court Records
Greene County Criminal Records
Greene County Probate Court Marriage Records
Greene County Probate Court Marriage Records (Ohio)
Greene County Probate Records
Greene County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Xenia City Government Court Records
Xenia Police Department Accident Reports
Greene County Court Jury Duty Information
Greene County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOH
Greene County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOH
Greene County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementQualified ElectorOH
Greene County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OH
Greene County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearOH

How to Access Court Records in Greene County Ohio

If you’re looking for information on a certain person, you can obtain Greene County Court Records by submitting your information. You can access court files, transcripts, and other public documents. If you want to look up a certain person, you can also request their personal details. This type of record is generally free and can be accessed by anyone. There are several ways to access this kind of record, but the most convenient way is to get a copy of the documents.

Aside from court records, Greene County has several different types of public records. You can find information about voting, real estate, and vital records. The county also maintains a GIS Parcel Map that can help you find property information. You can also search for birth and marriage licenses in person and by mailing a certified copy. You can also search for unclaimed funds by using the Treasurer’s office.

In Greene County, OH, you can search for court records by type of case. There are three different types of public court records: criminal and civil. You can search criminal and property records, as well as traffic and parking tickets. Whether you’re looking for a civil court file or a business or private one, you can find the information you need. You can also find the address of the parties and other relevant information.

For more information on a person, visit the Greene County Historical Archives. These records include birth and genealogy records and recorded land documents. The Greene County Probate Court maintains birth and death records from 1867 through December 1908. You can also search for death and burial records through the Ohio Department of Health. These records can also be found on the Ohio History Connection. In addition, you can check out the general information about tax foreclosures and Greene County judicial actions.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office and Xenia police department both provide criminal history records from the BCI. They are open Monday-Friday and accept cashier’s checks, credit cards, and money orders. For a fee of $37, you can get a criminal history report online. The Xenia police department waives the fee for reports under 10 pages. These sources are also accredited by the WebCheck vendor program, so you can pay them by credit card and/or cashier’s check.

In addition to court records, you can also access other resources that are relevant to your case. You can find out who is involved in a court case and what the proceedings were like. You can also find information about an individual’s criminal record. The Greene County clerk’s office will help you find court records. You can even look up the person’s name and vote for him. If you’re wondering if the person has any past arrests, then you should definitely look for a copy of the criminal history of the offender.

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