Bedford County Pennsylvania Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1536)Bedford County Courts
Bedford County Common Pleas Court120 West John StreetBedfordPA15522814-623-4837
Bedford County Courts
Bedford County Court200 South Juliana StreetBedfordPA15522814-623-4810
Bedford Magistrate Court120 West John StreetBedfordPA15522814-623-6918
Everett District Court500 State StreetEverettPA15537814-652-2523
Everett Magistrate Court251 Raystown RoadEverettPA15537814-652-2128
Schellsburg Magistrate Court1563 Market StreetSchellsburgPA15559814-733-4375
Bedford County District Attorney Office
Bedford County District Attorney200 South Juliana StreetBedfordPA15522814-623-4855
Bedford County Public Defender Office
Bedford County Public Defender200 South Juliana StreetBedfordPA15522814-623-8606
Bedford County DMVs
Bedford Dunkle Messenger Services9503 Lincoln HighwayBedfordPA15522814-623-3350
Bedford PennDOT Driver License Center137 Bedford Plaza RoadBedfordPA15522800-932-4600
Bedford PennDOT Photo License Center137 Bedford Plaza RoadBedfordPA15522800-932-4600
Bedford County Court Records Databases
Bedford County Accident Reports
Bedford County Child Support Warrants
Bedford County Court Records
Bedford County Criminal Records
Bedford County Probate Records
Bedford County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Bedford County Court Jury Duty Information
Bedford County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesPA
Bedford County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesPA
Bedford County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysPA
Bedford County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18PA
Bedford County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsPA

Court Records in Bedford County Pennsylvania

If you are looking for court records in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, you’ve come to the right place. These records are maintained by the courthouses of Bedford and nearby Franklin counties. In the county seat, you can visit the county courthouse and ask to see the clerk’s files. They are available for public viewing on a daily basis. If you’re interested in a specific record, you can also find it on the county’s Probate Records page.

In addition to traffic and criminal cases, Bedford County court records include small claims and bankruptcy matters. General trials are held in Pennsylvania’s Courts of Common Pleas. In addition to civil and criminal cases, these records include marriage, divorce, criminal and traffic laws, as well as civil and bankruptcy files. For more information, visit the Pennsylvania Court Directory or search the database by name. The court records are updated frequently, and are available on the Internet.

The court in Bedford County handles pleadings in civil cases. The District Attorney’s Office is responsible for presiding over adult and juvenile prosecution. While these two courts do not cover every case, they are an excellent resource for people who need to find out the details of a criminal case. It’s also possible to find out a deceased person’s exact date of birth, as well as the date of death. In most cases, the decision on whether a record can be sealed or expunged will be based on the pleadings that are filed.

Several courthouses are located in Bedford County. The Register and Recorder’s Office records real estate transactions, oaths of office for county officials, highway maps, and other records. Other records are filed in the Court of Chancery, where the parties must present a valid photo ID. If you have a question about the legality of a particular person, you can contact the Bedford County courts and find out about it.

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections maintains jail records in the county. The State has no criminal records in this county. In this case, you can request a copy of the record. You can also search for a sex offender’s record by name, photo, or other data. The state’s census data summarizes the demographics of the people in Bedford County. However, the courthouse in your county will not provide you with the name of a convicted person, but you will be able to find the result of an election.

You can also use the records of the Bedford County clerk of court. Generally, these records are available online. You can also visit the offices by phone. There are also online resources for searching the county’s public records. If you have a problem accessing a court record, contact the local clerk of court and request a copy. You can also search for obituaries in the area. If you are seeking a marriage license, you can visit the local office.