Clackamas County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1546)Clackamas County Courts
Clackamas County Court807 Main StreetOregonOR97045503-655-8447
Clackamas County Courts
Canby Municipal Court150 North Holly StreetCanbyOR97013503-266-4027
Estacada Municipal Court475 Southeast Main StreetEstacadaOR97023503-630-8286
Gladstone Municipal Court525 Portland AvenueGladstoneOR97027503-656-5224
Happy Valley Municipal Court12915 Southeast King RoadHappy ValleyOR97086503-760-3325
Johnson City Municipal Court16120 Southeast 81st AvenuePortlandOR97267503-655-9710
Lake Oswego Municipal Court380 A AvenueLake OswegoOR97034503-635-0217
Milwaukie Municipal Court10722 Southeast Main StreetMilwaukieOR97222503-786-7531
Molalla Municipal Court117 North Molalla AvenueMolallaOR97038503-829-7711
Oregon City Municipal Court320 Warner Milne RoadOregonOR97045503-657-8154
Sandy Municipal Court39250 Pioneer BoulevardSandyOR97055503-826-1939
West Linn Municipal22500 Salamo RoadWest LinnOR97068503-656-4263
Wilsonville Municipal Court29799 Town Center Loop WestWilsonvilleOR97070503-570-1587
Clackamas County District Attorney Office
Clackamas County District Attorney807 Main StreetOregonOR97045503-655-8431
Clackamas County DMVs
Gladstone DMV Office10 82nd DriveGladstoneOR97027503-299-9999
Sandy DMV Office37395 U.S. Highway 26SandyOR97055503-299-9999
Clackamas County Court Records Databases
City of Lake Oswego Court Records
City of Milwaukie Court Records
City of West Linn Court Records
City of Wilsonville Court Records
Clackamas County Arrest Warrants
Clackamas County Child Support Warrants
Clackamas County Court Records
Clackamas County Justice Court Driving Records
Clackamas County Probate Records
Clackamas County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Happy Valley Municipal Court Records
Clackamas County Court Jury Duty Information
Clackamas County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Clackamas County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Clackamas County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Clackamas County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Clackamas County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR

Court Records in Clackamas County Oregon

There are many types of court records in Clackamas County Oregon. Most of these records are available online. For more detailed information, you can use the OJCIN OnLine service to conduct a search. You can find court cases, fees, and trial forms for free online. You can also use the Oregon Judicial Department’s Child Support Program to learn about child support issues. These records are important to anyone who is in need of child support assistance.

There are two types of courts in Clackamas County: civil and criminal. The criminal courts handle crimes and cases that fall under local law. You can find out whether a person is being charged with a crime by viewing their criminal record. If you are looking for someone’s past or present address, you can look up Clackamas county public records. You can also search for your name and find the details of the defendant.

You can view public records of a Clackamas County court by using the Request Own Record form. You can also search court records by city and zip code. There are several ways to view the Court Records in Clackamas County, including the U.S. Census Bureau. If you are searching for someone’s criminal history, you can check the criminal records in Clackamas County. This way, you’ll be sure to find the person who committed the crime.

A Clackamas County online court records service allows you to search for warrant information and other criminal information. If you want to look up a specific person, you can also use the Sheriff’s Records system. These services provide you with information about a particular person. You can search for an individual’s criminal record or a specific criminal case in Clackamas County. For a detailed search, you can also search for their address.

Clackamas County court records are available online. You can also look up county public records through the Odyssey database. The Court has several different divisions. Among these are the Board of Property Tax Appeal petitions and orders. There are also other types of public records. They are all essential, and can be searched through the clerk’s office. They keep all public records on file. The Clerk’s Office is a vital document in the county, which is why you should make sure you get one as soon as possible.

The Clackamas County Assessor’s Office processes tax appeals and provides services related to property valuation. They also handle the collection of property taxes and other vital documents. In addition to providing these services, they also offer links to the Oregon State Bar Association website. The website provides valuable information on a particular county’s residents. These records are based on the state of the individual. This includes information on the property owner’s residency requirements, insurance coverage, and a history of a crime.