Fayette County Pennsylvania Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1625)Fayette County Courts
Fayette County Court61 East Main StreetUniontownPA15401724-430-1233
Fayette County Courts
Belle Vernon Magistrate Court114 Main StreetBelle VernonPA15012724-930-9207
Brownsville Magistrate Court I113 Thornton RoadBrownsvillePA15417724-785-6966
Brownsville Magistrate Court II685 National Pike WestBrownsvillePA15417724-632-3143
Connellsville Magistrate Court601 South Arch StreetConnellsvillePA15425724-628-8060
McClellandtown Magistrate Court870 McClellandtown RoadMcClellandtownPA15458724-437-5850
Smock Magistrate Court1020 Franklin DriveSmockPA15480724-437-6044
Uniontown District Court521 Johnston AvenueUniontownPA15401724-437-0557
Uniontown Magistrate Court I362 South Mount Vernon AvenueUniontownPA15401724-439-2644
Uniontown Magistrate Court II88 North Gallatin AvenueUniontownPA15401724-439-2954
Fayette County District Attorney Office
Fayette County District Attorney61 East Main StreetUniontownPA15401724-430-1245
Fayette County DMVs
Belle Vernon Joe Fida's Instant Auto Messenger952 Rostraver RoadBelle VernonPA15012724-929-2411
Belle Vernon PennDOT Driver License Center960 Rostraver RoadBelle VernonPA15012800-932-4600
Belle Vernon PennDOT Photo License Center960 Rostraver RoadBelle VernonPA15012800-932-4600
Uniontown AAA East Central Messenger111 West Main StreetUniontownPA15401724-438-8575
Uniontown Joe Fida's Instant Auto Messenger160 Pittsburgh StreetUniontownPA15401724-437-0777
Uniontown PennDOT Driver License Center855 North Gallatin AvenueUniontownPA15401800-932-4600
Uniontown PennDOT Photo License Center855 North Gallatin AvenueUniontownPA15401800-932-4600
Fayette County Court Records Databases
Fayette County Accident Reports
Fayette County Arrest Warrants
Fayette County Child Support Warrants
Fayette County Court Records
Fayette County Criminal Records
Fayette County Probate Records
Fayette County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Fayette County Court Jury Duty Information
Fayette County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesPA
Fayette County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesPA
Fayette County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysPA
Fayette County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18PA
Fayette County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsPA

How to Find Court Records in Fayette County Pennsylvania

If you are a resident of Fayette County Pennsylvania and are looking for a way to find court records, this website can help. This service provides access to Fayette County Pennsylvania public court records, including civil, probate, and military discharge records. You can also find marriage, divorce, and traffic ticket information, among other things. The county regularly monitors updates to its site, so you can always rest assured that you will receive the latest information.

The county’s Public Records Office provides access to records going back to 1700. This website also includes downloadable forms for public document requests. The office follows the guidelines set by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and New Right to Know laws to preserve documents for historical purposes. The public has the right to access court records for a variety of purposes, and the county’s Open Records site provides a variety of information.

Fayette County is located in Pennsylvania. The county seat is Uniontown. The county has a population of 136,606. The following courts are located in the county: Magisterial Court, Common Pleas, and Appellate District. The list of courts is not exhaustive. You can also search for court records by the date, time, attorney, or incident number. While this list is not comprehensive, it is an excellent place to find a record if you are in need of it.

You can search for court records in Fayette County Pennsylvania by comparing the date and time of the filing. You can also look up records in Fayette County Pennsylvania by typing in the address you need to search. You can filter the results based on price, lot size, or other criteria. The website can even save searches by specifying the type of property you are looking for. If you’re interested in a specific property, you can search for delinquent taxes and repossessions.

Fayette County has three courthouses. There are two Civil Courts, which handle disputes between citizens, and the Criminal Courts, which prosecute people accused of breaking the law. The second court, the Common Pleas Court, handles cases involving criminals. There are no other public buildings in the county, but the courts in Fayette County are located at the courthouses. During business hours, the clerk of the county can be reached to request records.

If you want to obtain a copy of a person’s court records, Fayette County is one of the best places to start. You can search for the criminal records of a suspect using the name and date of the case. You can also look for the details of the person you’re searching for. A copy of the criminal record can be found on the state’s website. You don’t have to register at the Pennsylvania State Police, but it’s worth registering to access the criminal record.