Harney County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1629)Harney County Courts
Harney County Court450 North Buena Vista AvenueBurnsOR97720541-573-5207
Harney County Courts
Burns Justice Court450 North Buena Vista AvenueBurnsOR97720541-573-2346
Burns Municipal Court242 South Broadway AvenueBurnsOR97720541-573-5255
Hines Municipal Court101 West Barnes AvenueHinesOR97738541-573-2251
Harney County District Attorney Office
Harney County District Attorney450 North Buena Vista AvenueBurnsOR97720541-573-8300
Harney County DMV
Burns DMV Office252 South Date AvenueBurnsOR97720541-573-6019
Harney County Court Records Databases
Harney County Arrest Warrants
Harney County Child Support Warrants
Harney County Court Records
Harney County Probate Records
Harney County Sheriff Website
Harney County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Harney County Court Jury Duty Information
Harney County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Harney County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Harney County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Harney County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Harney County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR

Searching Court Records in Harney County Oregon

The Harney County Clerk’s office is an online resource that has access to court records. You can search court records for a variety of topics, such as birth records, death records, and trial forms. The Harney County Courthouse provides access to the official documents. These documents are not on microfilm, but are available in digital images. Using the Harney County website will help you locate a specific document you need.

If you have any questions about the court process, you may contact the county court in person to request copies of the court records. In most cases, the courts maintain electronic databases that are updated on a daily basis. In addition to criminal, civil, and driving records, you can also search the county’s inmate database. By searching the database, you can view inmate information, including bond amounts and descriptions of charges. You can even find out if an inmate has changed aliases or has been arrested under another name.

To access court records in the county, you must appear in person on a designated date, time, and location. This requires you to present a valid ID. You should also be prepared to pay a fee, but the amount is generally reasonable. These records are often not available elsewhere. If you need more information, visit the county’s online courthouse. These public documents may include a history of an incident, and may include a criminal record.

The Harney County Clerk’s office does not provide research, but they have vital statistics and marriage records dating back to 1889. While you should not rely on this office for research, most of the staff will be happy to help you find the necessary materials. The office also maintains a microfilm collection for court documents, which you can access for free. There are no charges associated with using the public records in the county.

In addition to court records, you can access property information for free online. The clerk’s office can also provide you with a copy of an OLCC license or passport. If you need to know the name of a person, contact the county clerk’s office to obtain it. These records are available to anyone, and can be used for legal purposes. The county clerk’s office is located at the same address as the district attorney’s office.

If you want to look up an individual’s court records, you can use the Find a Court portal to find the court where the case was filed. There are several types of courts in Oregon, including district courts, county courts, and other courthouses. The Find a Justice of the Peace portal lists all of these offices, as well as their addresses and websites. If you want to obtain a copy of a case, you should visit the local district office.