Lawrence County Pennsylvania Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1771)Lawrence County Courts
Lawrence County Court430 Court StreetNew CastlePA16101724-656-1925
Lawrence County Courts
Ellwood City Magistrate Court607 Lawrence AvenueEllwood CityPA16117724-752-1185
New Castle District Court2797 New Butler RoadNew CastlePA16101724-924-9870
New Castle Magistrate Court I605 Mount Jackson RoadNew CastlePA16102724-667-8010
New Castle Magistrate Court II430 Court StreetNew CastlePA16101724-656-8555
New Castle Traffic Court3455 Wilmington RoadNew CastlePA16105724-652-9615
Lawrence County District Attorney Office
Lawrence County District Attorney430 Court StreetNew CastlePA16101724-656-1916
Lawrence County Public Defender Office
Lawrence County Public Defender430 Court StreetNew CastlePA16101724-656-2162
Lawrence County DMVs
New Castle AAA East Central Messenger40 East StreetNew CastlePA16101724-658-8551
New Castle PennDOT Driver License Center973 Old Youngstown RoadNew CastlePA16101800-932-4600
New Castle PennDOT Photo License Center973 Old Youngstown RoadNew CastlePA16101800-932-4600
New Castle Shelenberger's Notary Messenger3032 Mercer RoadNew CastlePA16105724-654-1174
Transportation Management Solutions, Inc3219 U.s. 422New CastlePA16101724-924-2022
Lawrence County Court Records Databases
Lawrence County Accident Reports
Lawrence County Assessment Office Website
Lawrence County Child Support Warrants
Lawrence County Clerk of Orphans' Court Marriage Applications
Lawrence County Court Records
Lawrence County Criminal Records
Lawrence County Sheriff's Office Website
Lawrence County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Lawrence County Court Jury Duty Information
Lawrence County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesPA
Lawrence County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesPA
Lawrence County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysPA
Lawrence County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18PA
Lawrence County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsPA

Court Records in Lawrence County Pennsylvania

If you are looking for Court Records in Lawrence County Pennsylvania, you’ve come to the right place. This page provides links to public court records in this area. The main county courts are the Court of Common Pleas and the Magisterial District Courts. For each location, we provide links to free online court records. You can also access these records through the Unified Judicial System of PA’s Web Portal.

There are several ways to access these records. The Prothonotary is the legal custodian of civil documents, which are filed by the parties in the case. The office also maintains criminal records and other legal documents. The Orphan Court handles the adoption of children, petitions for incapacitated persons, marriage licenses, and other public documents. The Prothonotary’s office is accessible online and offers easy access to court records.

The Department of Recording Deeds office is also open to the public. It is a separate entity from the county courthouse. These offices collect real estate transfer taxes for the state and local municipalities and record real estate documents. These records can be obtained online. The Records office is open Monday-Friday and has records dating back to 1849. There are also records for death and marriage. The courthouse has a website that includes links to employment applications and government jobs.

The Register of Wills office handles the probate of decedents’ wills. In addition, the Register of Deeds records estates and UCC’s (secured transactions). The Recorder of Deeds also handles miscellaneous legal documents related to real estate in Lawrence County. You can search for inmate and property details by name, mugshot, and more. You can also find census information about a person’s location, ethnicity, and other vital statistics by using the county’s public website.

There are two main types of court records in this area: the criminal and the civil. The Clerk of Courts office handles the county’s judicial records, including marriage licenses, tax returns, and other court documents. The Prothonotary’s office is the only place that maintains these records. In fact, he is also responsible for the adoption of local children and keeping them safe. The prothonotary’s duties are laid out in the Rules of Civil Procedure.

The clerk of Lawrence County is responsible for implementing the Supreme Court’s rules and regulations. The president of the county administration office is responsible for hiring, training, and other duties. The secretary of the state is also responsible for the county’s budget and hiring and evaluating employees. He also helps the judiciary by creating an annual court calendar. This page provides access to court records in the counties of New Castle, Jefferson, and Monroe.