Lane County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1636)Lane County Courts
Lane County Court125 East 8th AvenueEugeneOR97401541-682-4020
Lane County Courts
Coburg Municipal Court91069 North Willamette StreetCoburgOR97408541-682-7859
Cottage Grove Municipal Court400 East Main StreetCottage GroveOR97424541-942-3346
Eugene Municipal Court777 Pearl StreetEugeneOR97401541-682-5400
Florence Justice Court900 Greenwood StreetFlorenceOR97439541-997-2535
Florence Municipal Court900 Greenwood StreetFlorenceOR97439541-997-3123
Junction City Municipal680 Greenwood StreetJunctionOR97448541-998-1113
Lowell Municipal Court107 East 3rd StreetLowellOR97452541-937-2157
Oakridge Justice Court47674 School StreetOakridgeOR97463541-782-2175
Springfield Municipal Court230 4th StreetSpringfieldOR97477541-726-3748
Veneta Municipal Court88184 8th StreetVenetaOR97487541-935-2191
Lane County Departments of Justice
Eugene Oregon Department of Justice975 Oak StreetEugeneOR97401541-686-7511
Eugene Oregon Department of Justice165 East 7th AvenueEugeneOR97401541-686-7834
Lane County District Attorney Office
Lane County District Attorney125 East 8th AvenueEugeneOR97401541-682-4261
Lane County Public Defender Office
Lane County Public Defender1143 Oak StreetEugeneOR97401541-484-2611
Lane County DMVs
Cottage Grove DMV Office142 Gateway BoulevardCottage GroveOR97424541-686-7855
Eugene Drive Test Center2870 West 10th PlaceEugeneOR97402541-686-7855
Florence DMV Office2056 U.s. 101FlorenceOR97439541-997-6837
Junction City DMV Office235 West 4th AvenueJunctionOR97448541-686-7855
Oakridge DMV Office47660 Highway 58OakridgeOR97463541-686-7855
Springfield DMV Office204 30th StreetSpringfieldOR97478541-686-7855
Lane County Court Records Databases
Eugene Municipal Court Records
Lane County Arrest Warrants
Lane County Child Support Warrants
Lane County Court Records
Lane County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Lane County Court Jury Duty Information
Lane County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Lane County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Lane County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Lane County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Lane County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR

How to Lookup Public Court Records in Lane County Oregon

If you want to lookup the public records of a person in Lane County Oregon, there are several options available. The public court records include marriage licenses, divorces, payroll, liens, and military discharges. You can also lookup a person’s records by year or by date. You can also get information on a specific property. In addition to these, you can search for property records, voter registrar, and mortgages.

Public court records are available for anyone to access. These include arrest, family, and criminal records. If you need to search for traffic tickets, you can check your local sheriff’s office for the Lane County Jail. You can even search the inmate database using the county sheriff’s website. These are just a few of the ways you can access the public court records in Lane County. Alternatively, you can use a third-party website to get more detailed information about a person.

If you want to lookup divorce records in Lane County, you’ll want to check out the county’s Circ uit Court. This court handles divorce records and annulments, and restraining orders. You can also search for birth, marriage, and military records. The webcasts are available in both English and Spanish, and they’re updated on a regular basis. You can find these records online through various services. You can also look up crime maps and find out more about the county’s laws and procedures.

If you’d like to lookup the public court records of a person, you can also check CJIS’s website. This website offers free information on marriage, birth, and death certificates. In addition, the site offers information on the county’s population, employment, housing, and ethnicity. You can also find information on upcoming elections and absentee ballots. You can even check out Lane County property tax rates and census data.

Lane County has a diverse population, which means that it has a number of different languages. The language is also the main reason why people live in Lane County. As a result, it’s vital to know where your local court is and what they do. If you want to find out the details of a specific person, you can visit the website of the governing body. You can also use this service for a free marriage certificate.

In order to obtain a copy of a person’s court record, you can contact the County Clerk’s Office. It is open Monday through Friday and is located in Lane County. The office also processes marriage licenses and domestic partnership registrations. The Board of Property Tax Appeals is a government agency that has a centralized database of sex offenders registered in Oregon. While it’s difficult to find the exact location of your local court, it can be a good place to find your own birth certificate.