Benton County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR
(1545)Benton County Courts
Benton County Court120 Northwest 4th StreetCorvallisOR97330541-766-6859
Benton County Courts
Corvallis Municipal Court560 Southwest Madison AvenueCorvallisOR97333541-766-6948
Monroe Municipal Court664 Commercial StreetMonroeOR97456541-847-5175
Philomath Municipal Court980 Applegate StreetPhilomathOR97370541-929-5111
Benton County Department of Justice
Corvallis Oregon Department of Justice806 Northwest Buchanan AvenueCorvallisOR97330541-757-4222
Benton County District Attorney Office
Benton County District Attorney120 Northwest 4th StreetCorvallisOR97330541-766-6815
Benton County DMV
Corvallis DMV Office870 Northeast Circle BoulevardCorvallisOR97330541-757-4191
Benton County Court Records Databases
Benton County Arrest Warrants
Benton County Child Support Warrants
Benton County Court Records
Benton County Probate Records
Benton County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Oregon State University Parking Tickets
Benton County Court Jury Duty Information
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR

Where to Find Court Records in Benton County Oregon

The Benton County Courthouse is the oldest building in Oregon and was designed by Portland architect Delos D. Neer. It was the first courthouse to hold a Circuit Court session. The building was completed in 1888 and is considered an Oregon Historic Site. This building cost less than $70,000 to build and is the oldest remaining courthouse in Oregon still serving its original purpose. The courthouse is also located in the county seat, which makes it easier for the public to access the information.

The Benton County Clerk’s Office is a great place to find court records. There are two main divisions, including the Elections and Passport Division and the Records and Licenses Division. Each division has a section devoted to different types of records. These records are useful for many reasons, including finding someone’s birth date of death. You can also find out if they have any pending lawsuits.

The Benton County Circuit Court houses the official records of a court case. Its website lists all inmate cases. You can find out the charge, length of sentence, and photo. Benton County also has a section for registered sex offenders and predatory sex offenders, which is a great resource for tracking down a sex offender. This section has general information about sex offenders.

If you’re interested in finding out who has been involved in a case, the Benton County Board of Commissioners has held meetings since 2007. If you’re an attorney, you can sign up for enhanced access. In addition, the Benton County Sheriff’s Department website provides information about real estate sales, including notices and reassessment. You can also look up death, marriage, and other vital records.

This county has several sections. The Records and Elections Department manages elections and is the place to register your domestic partnership. The Records and Licenses Division maintains real estate records, including mortgages, deeds, easements, and subdivision plats. The county clerk issues marriage licenses every other Tuesday afternoon. In addition to marriage licenses, the court is also responsible for dog licensing, voter registration, and election laws.

Whether you’re looking for court records in Benton County Oregon or searching for a family’s past in Oregon, there’s no shortage of resources available online. Despite the high cost, the free databases that you can access online can be extremely helpful to your research. There are also free resources available through the FamilySearch Affiliate Library and the Family History Center. However, you may not be able to access all the premium databases and services of these locations. You can also visit the FamilySearch Center in Benton County Oregon.