Muskingum County Ohio Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2163)Muskingum County Courts
Muskingum County Common Pleas Court401 Main StreetZanesvilleOH43701740-455-7104
Muskingum County Courts
Muskingum County Court27 North 5th StreetZanesvilleOH43701740-455-7138
Dresden Mayor's Court904 Chestnut StreetDresdenOH43821740-754-3151
Frazeysburg Mayor's Court7 West 2nd StreetFrazeysburgOH43822740-828-2901
New Concord Mayor's Court2 West Main StreetNew ConcordOH43762740-826-7671
Roseville Mayor's Court107 North Main StreetRosevilleOH43777740-697-7782
South Zanesville Mayor's Court24 East Main StreetZanesvilleOH43701740-454-0492
Muskingum County District Attorney Office
Muskingum County Prosecuting AttorneyPO Box 189ZanesvilleOH43702740-455-7123
Muskingum County DMVs
Zanesville BMV License Agency2328 June ParkwayZanesvilleOH43701740-455-2767
Zanesville Driver Exam Station2324 June ParkwayZanesvilleOH43701740-453-8147
Zanesville Title Bureau22 North 5th StreetZanesvilleOH43701740-455-7103
Muskingum County Court Records Databases
Muskingum County Accident Reports
Muskingum County Child Support Warrants
Muskingum County Clerk of Court Records
Muskingum County Court Driving Records
Muskingum County Court Records
Muskingum County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Muskingum County Treasurer Website
Zanesville Municipal Court Records
Muskingum County Court Jury Duty Information
Muskingum County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOH
Muskingum County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOH
Muskingum County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementQualified ElectorOH
Muskingum County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OH
Muskingum County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearOH

How to Search Court Records in Muskingum County Ohio

If you are looking for information about the people who have been convicted of a crime or are involved in a court case, you will find it in Muskingum County. You can find criminal, marriage, and divorce records, as well as files, transcripts, and more in these public court records. If you live in Muskingum County, you can obtain this information by using the online form to request the information.

If you want to look up public court records in Muskingum County, you may use the county’s online court records system. It is intended to provide citizens with access to public court record information. The system is managed by the county’s Information Technology department and provides a variety of links to public records in the county. You can also use the Ohio State Public Records page to access public records in Ohio. In addition, you can also find links to local courts in Muskingum County, which can assist you with legal research.

To search for court records in Muskingum County, you must visit the county court’s main office in Zanesville. The Muskingum County Clerk of Courts’ office is open during regular business hours. The clerk’s office maintains a website that provides access to court records in Muskingum County. You can also search for the records of sex offenders in Muskingum County by name, address, email, or phone number. The website also offers a search option for obtaining the criminal history record of a person.

If you’d like to search for an individual’s inmate record, you can do so by name or offender ID. You can also use the website’s map to find out how many people are currently incarcerated in the county. You can also find birth, death, and restaurant inspection information. You can search by city, state, and county, so you can find the right person for your needs.

You can also find out about an inmate’s arrest history in Muskingum County by contacting the Sheriff’s Office. The office can provide you with the information you need about an inmate. This free service is available every day of the week. You can visit the jail in person or through video. The clerks are available Monday through Friday between 8am and 4pm, and are willing to answer any questions you have.

If you have a question about a person’s legal history, you can use the public library. The Clerk of Courts has a website that has this information. If you need to find out who owns a car, you can use the auto title office to get the owner’s details. In the county, you can search the names of those who own motor vehicles. This information can be very helpful if you are involved in a court case.

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