Crook County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1550)Crook County Court Records Offices
Crook County Court300 Northeast 3rd StreetPrinevilleOR97754541-447-6541
Crook County Court Records Offices
Crook County District Attorney300 Northeast 3rd StreetPrinevilleOR97754541-447-4158
Prineville DMV Office1595 Northeast 3rd StreetPrinevilleOR97754541-447-7855
Crook County Court Records Databases
Crook County Arrest Warrants
Crook County Assessor Website
Crook County Child Support Warrants
Crook County Court Records
Crook County Probate Records
Crook County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Crook County Court Jury Duty Information
Crook County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Crook County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Crook County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Crook County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Crook County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR

How to Search For Court Records in Crook County Oregon

If you are interested in searching for Court Records in Crook County Oregon, you have come to the right place. The Oregon trial court system is composed of various courts, including the Circuit Court, Municipal District Court, and Tax Tribunal. You can obtain these records for free from the Oregon State Public Records website. The website also offers links to the courts in other states. Using this information, you can search for a person’s public record in just a few simple steps.

To search for court records in Crook County, you should first find out where the courthouse is located. The nearest county seat is Prineville, which is about a half hour from Eugene. You can access the jail records through Vinelink. Using Vinelink, you can search the Crook County jail database by name, address, description, and offender ID. All links open in a new window.

If you want to search for court records, you can visit the Crook County Clerk’s office. The Crook County Clerk’s office has two divisions. The first division handles civil cases. The second division handles criminal cases. The courthouse is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. You can find out the status of an individual’s case and get their personal details. You can also look for missing people, arrest warrants, and genealogy records.

The county courthouse is located in the center of Crook County. It has offices for the circuit court, district attorney, and community development department. It was designated as a permanent historical monument in 1963. There is a front lawn and shade trees. During the summer, you can take a guided tour of the courthouse’s clock, which is still hand wound. You can also find the Crook County district attorney and circuit court in Crook County, Oregon.

The Crook County Court is located in Prineville. It is the government institution that hears and decides legal disputes between citizens. The office serves as the County Court in Prineville, Oregon. If you are a citizen of the county, you can check the Court Records in Crook County to see if you were arrested or convicted of a crime. Further, you can find the current address of the judge.

The County Clerk’s office is the primary agency for public records in the county. The clerk’s office processes marriages, divorces, and military discharges. It also serves as the Board of Property Tax Appeals and issues voter registration. The Clerk’s office is the chief public record-keeping agency in Crook County. Its mission is to ensure that citizens have access to the court files that they need to make informed decisions.