Lycoming County Pennsylvania Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1775)Lycoming County Courts
Lycoming Common Pleas Court48 West 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701570-327-2318
Lycoming County Courts
Jersey Shore Magistrate Court216 Market StreetJersey ShorePA17740570-398-4880
Montoursville Magistrate Court542 County Farm RoadMontoursvillePA17754570-326-1714
Muncy Magistrate Court46 South Main StreetMuncyPA17756570-546-7480
Williamsport District Court1965 Lycoming Creek RoadWilliamsportPA17701570-323-9982
Williamsport Magisterial Court48 West 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701570-327-2275
Williamsport Magistrate Court605 West 4th StreetWilliamsportPA17701570-322-6159
Lycoming County Department of Justice
Williamsport Pennsylvania Department of Justice240 West 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701570-323-3791
Lycoming County District Attorney Office
Lycoming County District Attorney48 West 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701570-327-2456
Lycoming County Public Defender Office
Lycoming County Public Defender48 West 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701570-327-2367
Lycoming County DMVs
Hughesville Maneval's Notary Messenger64 North Main StreetHughesvillePA17737570-584-6075
Williamsport AAA North Penn Messenger1 East 6th AvenueWilliamsportPA17702570-323-8431
Williamsport C. Edwin Reighard & Sons Messenger1323 East 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701570-326-3593
Williamsport PennDOT Driver License Center1782 East 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701800-932-4600
Williamsport PennDOT Photo License Center1782 East 3rd StreetWilliamsportPA17701800-932-4600
Lycoming County Court Records Databases
Lycoming County Accident Reports
Lycoming County Assessment Office Website
Lycoming County Child Support Warrants
Lycoming County Court Records
Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas Court Records
Lycoming County Criminal Records
Lycoming County Probate Records
Lycoming County Register and Recorder's Office Website
Lycoming County Sheriff Website
Lycoming County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Sun-Gazette Court Records
Lycoming County Court Jury Duty Information
Lycoming County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesPA
Lycoming County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesPA
Lycoming County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysPA
Lycoming County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18PA
Lycoming County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsPA

How to Search For Court Records in Lycoming County Pennsylvania

If you’re looking for court records in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, you’ve come to the right place. This is the place to look for public and court documents related to criminal cases, small claims matters, and more. You can access court records through the online database of Pennsylvania, which contains millions of records. A few important things to remember about this service. It can take up to six days to retrieve your requested court records.

In order to obtain court records in Lycoming County, you must first register with the Pennsylvania Judiciary’s website. There are several ways to register and access your court records in Pennsylvania. The web portal is the best way to find the most pertinent information. You can search by participant name, case number, or case number. You can also conduct a search by SID or parcel. If you are searching for court files, you’ll have to provide a specific case detail.

If you’re looking for court records in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, you can start by visiting the assessment office’s website. This website offers public records of Lycoming County. It includes phone numbers and case dockets. Then, you can use this site to look for case details. Once you’ve found what you’re looking for, you can continue your search using the other methods mentioned. You can also look for marriage, divorce, or any other court records that relate to the court in Lycoming County, PA.

The Lycoming County Sheriff’s Office maintains records of all types of criminal and civil lawsuits. The Prothonotary’s office distributes official civil and criminal documents in the courthouse, and the Lycoming Courthouse is responsible for the filing and maintenance of records. You can search for fugitives by checking out the most wanted fugitives in the area. If you’re looking for a way to search for the most wanted fugitives in Pennsylvania, you should visit the county’s website. The Sun-Gazette is a great place to start.

In Pennsylvania, you can search for court records by name, address, or case number. You can also search by address and county if you’re looking for a fugitive in the county. The fugitives listed in the newspaper are the same. Expungement in Pennsylvania is the process of expunging a criminal’s name. This method of obtaining a fugitive’s identity.

If you are looking for fugitives, you can find criminal records in Lycoming County by entering the defendant’s name. In this way, you can search for the fugitives in a state. In addition, you can also look for the fugitives in a prison in your county. If you are looking for a spouse, you can search their records for both names. If you’re looking for a convicted felon, check out the online court calendar in the courts in your area.