Morrow County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1641)Morrow County Court Records Offices
Morrow County Court100 South Court StreetHeppnerOR97836541-676-5264
Morrow County Court Records Offices
Morrow County District Attorney100 South Court StreetHeppnerOR97836541-676-5626
Heppner DMV Office54173 Highway 74HeppnerOR97836541-676-5165
Heppner Justice Court100 South Court StreetHeppnerOR97836541-676-9061
Irrigon Justice Court205 Southeast 3rd StreetIrrigonOR97844541-922-4082
Morrow County Court Records Databases
Morrow County Arrest Warrants
Morrow County Assessment & Tax Website
Morrow County Child Support Warrants
Morrow County Clerk Website
Morrow County Court Records
Morrow County Probate Records
Morrow County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Morrow County Court Jury Duty Information
Morrow County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Morrow County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Morrow County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Morrow County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR
Morrow County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR

How to Find Court Records in Morrow County Oregon

In Morrow County Oregon, you can find family records, civil records, and driving records. The Circuit Court also maintains court records. These documents are maintained in the public domain. When available, these documents will also include links to online court records. Whether you want to check out a court record in person, or you need to obtain a copy of a court document, you can find the information you need in the courts of your choice.

The Morrow County Courthouse is open Monday through Friday. The clerk’s office staff can assist you in locating a record you need. Similarly, if you’re in need of vital records, you can request a copy of them from the county’s county clerk’s office. They are also able to assist with probate matters and land records. These records may be valuable to you in the event of a lawsuit.

In Morrow County Oregon, there are three types of courts. The civil courts and the criminal courts. These jurisdictions deal with disputes between citizens and law enforcement. Unlike the federal courts, these jurisdictions can be searched by anyone. This ensures that anyone who needs to find the documents they need can do so. The Criminal Courts handle cases regarding crimes committed against other citizens. You can look for a court in your local area.

The County Recorder’s Office is responsible for recording judicial records in Morrow County. This office is located in the county’s capital, Heppner. You can also access court records by visiting any of the jails or courthouses in the county. These jails hold prisoners who have been transferred from a detention center. The offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. There are six jails in Morrow County.

There are two justice courts in Morrow County. The first is located in Heppner, which has a single-door entrance. The second is located in Irrigon. Both of these branches have jurisdiction over misdemeanor crimes and small claims. The latter has a single-door entrance. However, the former has a centrally-located jail. These buildings are considered important historical landmarks in Morrow.

The County Clerk is responsible for maintaining and issuing marriage licenses. The Clerk also has other duties. These include administering elections and handling cases. In addition to the jail and inmate records, the court records are also available in the Morrow county jail. Aside from these, the County has a state ethics liaison. The Bureau of Prisons is responsible for the maintenance of the local law code. In addition, the police department is charged with preserving courthouses in the county.

A courthouse can be searched in several ways. It can be done online, by using the public library’s website or an official county website. In addition, the county jail is also the recording facility. Its location is important for determining whether a person is incarcerated or not. The courthouse may be located in the township. In addition, it could also be used to identify missing people. The Sheriff’s office will have the necessary information to help a suspect.