Wyandot County Ohio Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2247)Wyandot County Court Records Offices
Wyandot Common Pleas Court109 South Sandusky AvenueUpper SanduskyOH43351419-294-1432
Wyandot County Court Records Offices
Wyandot County Prosecuting Attorney137 South Sandusky AvenueUpper SanduskyOH43351419-294-5878
Upper Sandusky BMV License Agency235 North Sandusky AvenueUpper SanduskyOH43351419-294-0016
Upper Sandusky Municipal Court119 North 7th StreetUpper SanduskyOH43351419-294-3809
Upper Sandusky Title Bureau235 North Sandusky AvenueUpper SanduskyOH43351419-294-6413
Wyandot County Court Records Databases
Wyandot County Accident Reports
Wyandot County Child Support Warrants
Wyandot County Court Records
Wyandot County Court of Common Pleas Court Records
Wyandot County Courthouse Website
Wyandot County Courthouse Website (Ohio)
Wyandot County Criminal Records
Wyandot County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Wyandot County Court Jury Duty Information
Wyandot County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOH
Wyandot County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOH
Wyandot County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementQualified ElectorOH
Wyandot County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OH
Wyandot County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearOH

Search Court Records in Wyandot County Ohio

Among the public records available in Wyandot County are birth and marriage records, divorce and criminal cases, and even sex offender records. You can also search for property records. If you’re a genealogist, you can access the Ohio court directory and search for sex offender records. If you’re interested in ancestry, you can access county and state public documents as well.

The court records available in Wyandot County include jail, inmate, and unclaimed funds records. You can also find census information and voter lists. You can also find a person’s name, date of birth, and place of birth. There are also several archival sources that will provide you with information on a person’s social, religious, and military history. These archives may also contain birth, marriage, and death certificates.

If you need to look up a person’s court records, you can use the County Probate Court’s website. The court has copies of all death and probate records and a database of births and marriages. You can also access the Department of Health’s birth, marriage, and divorce records. The county’s records are updated every three months, so you can search for birth, death, and marriage details.

In addition to criminal and divorce records, you can also search court records in Wyandot County. The courts in Wyandot County handle all traffic and criminal matters. Appeals Courts are the final court of appeals from the trial courts. Moreover, civil and small claims cases are filed in these courts, and they have the original jurisdiction to hear certain cases. In case you want to access court records, you must submit your request in writing.

Land and divorce records are important for genealogists. They can help you find ancestors who lived in specific locations. For example, church records will give you more detailed information about who married whom and how long he or she lived in that location. Further, you can locate vital information about a person’s birth, marriage, or divorce. By searching these documents, you can discover valuable information about your ancestors.

It’s possible to search court records for criminal and civil cases in Wyandot County. The public records in Wyandot County are available online, so you can access them anytime you want. If you are looking for a divorce, you can check your local municipal court for free. Aside from the municipal courts, the other court in Wyandot County Ohio offers a variety of other services.

The Court of Common Pleas has many jurisdictions, including civil and criminal litigation. The courts in each county are also authorized to perform marriages. The common pleas courts also deal with marriage licenses and divorces. The courts of common pleas are located in every town and city in Ohio. If you need to find a marriage license, you need to find a local court in Wyandot County.