Marion County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1640)Marion County Courts
Marion County Court100 High Street NortheastSalemOR97301503-588-5105
Marion County Courts
Aumsville Municipal Court125 North 6th StreetAumsvilleOR97325503-749-2189
Aurora Municipal Court21420 Main Street NortheastAuroraOR97002503-678-1283
Detroit Municipal Court150 Detroit AvenueDetroitOR97342503-854-3496
Donald Municipal Court10790 Main Street NortheastDonaldOR97020503-678-5543
Hubbard Municipal Court3720 2nd StreetHubbardOR97032503-981-9633
Jefferson Municipal Court128 South Main StreetJeffersonOR97352541-327-2768
Keizer Municipal Court930 Chemawa Road NortheastKeizerOR97303503-390-3700
Mt. Angel Municipal Court5 North Garfield StreetMount AngelOR97362503-845-9291
Salem Justice Court575 Lancaster Drive SoutheastSalemOR97317503-370-8087
Salem Municipal Court555 Liberty Street SoutheastSalemOR97301503-588-6146
Silverton Municipal Court306 South Water StreetSilvertonOR97381503-873-5321
Stayton Justice Court111 West Locust StreetStaytonOR97383503-769-7656
Turner Municipal Court7250 3rd Street SoutheastTurnerOR97392503-743-2155
Woodburn Justice Court986 North Pacific HighwayWoodburnOR97071503-981-8101
Woodburn Municipal Court270 Montgomery StreetWoodburnOR97071503-982-5212
Marion County Attorney Generals
Oregon Attorney General1162 Court Street NortheastSalemOR97301503-378-4400
Oregon Attorney General Consumer Related Matters1162 Court Street NortheastSalemOR97301503-378-4320
Marion County District Attorney Office
Marion County District Attorney555 Court Street NortheastSalemOR97301503-588-5222
Marion County Public Defender Office
Oregon State Public Defender1175 Court Street NortheastSalemOR97301503-378-3349
Marion County DMVs
North Salem DMV Office3809 Center Street NortheastSalemOR97301503-945-5000
South Salem DMV Office4555 Liberty Road SouthSalemOR97302503-945-5000
Stayton DMV Office144 East Water StreetStaytonOR97383503-769-4427
Woodburn DMV Office1550 Industrial WayWoodburnOR97071503-982-9961
Marion County Court Records Databases
Marion County Arrest Warrants
Marion County Child Support Warrants
Marion County Clerk's Office Website
Marion County Court Records
Marion County Probate Records
Marion County Tax Office Website
Marion County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Marion County Court Jury Duty Information
Marion County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Marion County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Marion County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Marion County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Marion County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR

How to Access Court Records in Marion County Oregon

If you need to access public court records for a specific person, Marion County is the place to go. You can view civil, traffic, and family court records, including criminal and traffic cases, dockets, and more. All public records can be found online for a fee, but some are free and others require a fee. You may even find an entire courthouse’s worth of records. Regardless of which type of public record you need, there is a resource available to help you.

Although eAccess is a valuable service, the information it provides is not certified. Certified copies of public disclosure documents can only be obtained from the Courthouse Square building during regular business hours. These documents are based on the computer records maintained by the Marion County Clerk of the Circuit Court, but they are not a substitute for original documents. Consequently, relying on the information displayed on your screen is at your own risk.

You can access Court Records in Marion County by going to the Circuit Court. This is the closest to most people in the area, and this makes it easy to find information regarding court cases. You can also use the Tax Deed Browser to search tax deeds in Marion County. Once you’ve chosen the court, you can easily search for court records online. You’ll get a list of the parties involved in the case and the dates of the hearing.

The Marion County Records Center houses 17,000 cubic feet of court records and other important documents. You can also visit the office during business hours to get an overview of the administrative policies and procedures that govern the management of public records. This records center also supports other county departments and their caseload allocation plans. If you are interested in searching for property and court records, you can contact the recording agency in the county. These services are free and are available online.

You can search court records in Marion County using your smartphone or online. The court records are accessible in the county’s Circuit Clerk’s office. The Circuit Clerk’s office is a state constitutional officer and is the official keeper of all court documents in the county. It is an essential part of the county’s court system. This office is committed to providing timely and competent service. You can access the records of people with a cell phone, or a mobile phone.

If you want to search for criminal or civil cases, you can use the Oregon Department of Transportation’s Criminal Records Unit to do a search for relevant data. You can also use this database to find out whether a person has been arrested for an offense. Then, you can search the Law Enforcement Data System to see if you’re convicted of a crime. The records are also accessible to other law enforcement agencies in the state.