Morgan County Ohio Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2145)Morgan County Courts
Morgan County Common Pleas Court19 East Main StreetMcConnelsvilleOH43756740-962-3371
Morgan County Courts
Morgan County Court37 East Main StreetMcConnelsvilleOH43756740-962-4031
Malta Mayor's Court449 North Main StreetMaltaOH43758740-962-4971
McConnelsville Mayor's Court9 West Main StreetMcConnelsvilleOH43756740-962-3163
Morgan County District Attorney Office
Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney19 East Main StreetMcConnelsvilleOH43756740-962-6478
Morgan County DMVs
Malta Driver Exam Station444 Main StreetMaltaOH43758
McConnelsville BMV License Agency4676 Ohio 60McConnelsvilleOH43756740-962-3334
McConnelsville Title Bureau19 East Main StreetMcConnelsvilleOH43756740-962-4752
Morgan County Court Records Databases
Morgan County Accident Reports
Morgan County Child Support Warrants
Morgan County Court Records
Morgan County Criminal Records
Morgan County Probate Records
Village of McConnelsville Active Warrants
Morgan County Court Jury Duty Information
Morgan County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOH
Morgan County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOH
Morgan County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementQualified ElectorOH
Morgan County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OH
Morgan County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearOH

Court Records in Morgan County Ohio

The Court Records in Morgan County, Ohio are available in two different formats: official data and provisional data. The official data is always updated, and it contains information on criminal, divorce, and family cases, including the most recent in Morgan County. The provisional data is not up-to-date, but it is still helpful for many people. Public court records can be found online, which means you can look up anything from a child’s birth record to a parent’s divorce case.

You can search the Morgan County Inmate Register by inmate number, name, address, city, and state. You can also search for inmate information using their inmate ID number. There are many ways to access this information, including looking up the offender’s last name and photo, and using the registered offender list. You can also search Ohio court records by last name, first name, and address. You can also look up Ohio offender records based on sentence and convictions.

You can search criminal and misdemeanor cases through the Morgan County Criminal Courts, as well as the Morgan County Police Department. You can search Morgan County jail records by name, township, or offender ID. The information on court dockets and case numbers are open to the public, but you must have a Morgan County library card to use the records. You can find the information you need by selecting a township or zip code.

In addition to criminal and civil cases, you can look up vital certificates. These are documents from the United States government, similar to marriage records. These documents are hard copies of the official court records. The clerks will help you find the information you need. It is important to remember that Ohio has its own rules. If you are searching for the same thing as a death certificate, you can search for it through the same method.

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