Baker County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1544)Baker County Courts
Baker City Municipal Court1995 3rd StreetBakerOR97814541-523-8213
Baker County Courts
Baker County Court1995 3rd StreetBakerOR97814541-523-6305
Baker Justice Court1995 3rd StreetBakerOR97814541-523-8213
Pine Eagle Justice Court235 Gover LaneHalfwayOR97834541-742-7171
Baker County District Attorney Office
Baker County District Attorney1995 3rd StreetBakerOR97814541-523-8205
Baker County DMV
Baker City DMV Office3370 10th StreetBakerOR97814541-523-4355
Baker County Court Records Databases
Baker County Child Support Warrants
Baker County Court Records
Baker County Probate Records
Baker County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Baker County Court Jury Duty Information
Baker County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Baker County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Baker County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Baker County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Baker County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR

How to Find Court Records in Baker County Oregon

If you’re in need of Baker County court records, you’ve come to the right place. Our comprehensive database includes criminal, civil, and family court cases, along with court dockets, transcripts, photos, and more. You can also check out the most recent trial dates. These public records are updated frequently and are available for free. We monitor the links to ensure accuracy, and we keep them updated regularly.

In addition to criminal and family court cases, Baker County also has trial courts and Municipal courts. In addition to the Circuit Court and Municipal Court, there are also many statewide courts, including the Tax and Justice Courts. All of these courts maintain case files that are searchable online. You can even get audio recordings of court proceedings. You can request copies of court files, such as documents, by phone or through the mail. In either case, you’ll need to pay for the cost of postage.

You can also request copies of Baker County court records online. Public computers are located in the court’s lobby. You can also request copy copies of older case files, such as adoption and divorce. The clerk’s office is responsible for maintaining court files and can assist you with a variety of records-related inquiries. Contacting the office directly is the best way to find a copy of a Baker County court record. The court will also help you with any records-related questions.

A pleading can be accessed via the court’s website or online. You can also request a three-way certificate. This document contains an official signature sworn by the Presiding Judge and the Clerk of the Court. These certificates can take several days to process. When ordering an exemplified copy of a pleading, you must make sure you choose the correct method, as the exemplified copy can take a few extra days to be processed.

You can also obtain certified copies of a document through the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles. Certified copies are photocopies of documents filed in the county. They are sworn to be true by the Court Clerk. If you’re not able to obtain a certified copy, you’ll have to pay a fee for it. The cost for a copy of a sworn document in a legal proceeding is $3.00.

The Office of the Baker County Clerk’s Office performs duties as clerk of the county’s circuit and county courts. Additionally, she serves as the Treasurer and the Public Trustee. The Clerk’s office serves as the custodian of all the funds in the county. She helps provide a system of checks and balances by making public records publicly available. When you need access to court records, you need to know where to find them.