Union County Oregon Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Union County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsOR
(1783)Union County Courts
Union County Court1008 K AvenueLa GrandeOR97850541-962-9500
Union County Courts
Union Municipal Court342 South Main StreetUnionOR97883541-562-5197
Elgin Municipal Court180 North 8th AvenueElginOR97827541-437-2253
Island City Justice Court10605 Island AvenueIslandOR97850541-962-2997
La Grande Municipal Court1000 Adams AvenueLa GrandeOR97850541-962-1314
Union County District Attorney Office
Union County District Attorney1104 K AvenueLa GrandeOR97850541-963-1007
Union County DMV
La Grande DMV Office3014 Island AvenueLa GrandeOR97850541-963-3012
Union County Court Records Databases
Union County Arrest Warrants
Union County Child Support Warrants
Union County Court Records
Union County Probate Records
Union County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Union County Court Jury Duty Information
Union County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesOR
Union County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoOR
Union County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCircuit/District Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysOR
Union County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18OR

How to Access Court Records in Union County Oregon

Public access to Union County court records can be achieved in three ways. First, requesting a copy of court records is free. Second, by filling out a request form, individuals can obtain a free copy of recent cases. Third, by requesting a faxed copy of a file, individuals can obtain the entire court record. Last, obtaining a printout of court records can be expensive.

Another way to find court records in Union County is to go online. The state court system provides links to all county courts in Oregon, including Union County. The website also offers information on how to find Oregon court clerks, which can be very helpful. Aside from obtaining free public records, individuals can also obtain legal help from the Oregon courts. This will make it easier to get information on cases involving a specific individual or company.

Court Records in Union County Oregon are private and accessible only to the public. However, if you are trying to find information about a person’s criminal history, you should also visit the district attorney’s office. The union county sheriff’s office has access to the court records database, which can be accessed through public terminals. This is a private site, so if you are interested in obtaining a court record, you should check the website before visiting a Union County courthouse.

The Union County Circuit Court clerk is the local authority for all cases involving court proceedings. In addition to holding vital records, the office handles cases involving guardianship, adoption, and involuntary commitment. Additionally, the court can provide other information, such as a history of the county. This office has court records dating back to 1864, which can be helpful when looking for a courthouse. You can also access marriage and deeds in Union County.

Moreover, the union county clerk is responsible for maintaining the court records in the area. In addition to keeping the records of a deceased person, they are also responsible for protecting the rights of the victims of domestic abuse. Its services include the issue of marriage licenses and a wide variety of other public services. There are even a number of courts and law offices in Union County that specialize in civil law. If you live in a rural area, you can also look for a nearby city or town.

Besides the court records, the union county clerk also maintains the cemeteries and marriage licenses. This clerk is also responsible for ensuring the efficiency of the state courts in Union County. He is a public servant and serves as an ambassador to the court and to the community. It is important to note that all court records are public. All documents relating to a given jurisdiction are subject to the laws of the respective state.