Susquehanna County Pennsylvania Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1923)Susquehanna County Courts
Susquehanna County Court11 Maple StreetMontrosePA18801570-278-4600
Susquehanna County Courts
Clifford Magistrate CourtPa 106CliffordPA18413570-222-6356
Montrose Magistrate Court17 Lake AvenueMontrosePA18801570-278-4600
New Milford Magistrate Court204 Main StreetNew MilfordPA18834570-465-3551
Susquehanna County District Attorney Office
Susquehanna County District AttorneyPO Box 218MontrosePA18801570-278-4600
Susquehanna County DMVs
Montrose Lockhart's Tag & Title Messenger Service11046 Route 29MontrosePA18801570-278-5338
Montrose Northeast Title Tag Messenger16749 Route 706MontrosePA18801570-278-9800
Montrose PennDOT Driver License Center78 Grow AvenueMontrosePA18801800-932-4600
Montrose PennDOT Photo License Center78 Grow AvenueMontrosePA18801800-932-4600
South Montrose Lockhart's Tag & Title Messenger11046 Pennsylvania 29MontrosePA18801570-278-5338
Susquehanna County Court Records Databases
Susquehanna County Accident Reports
Susquehanna County Arrest Warrants
Susquehanna County Assessment Office Website
Susquehanna County Child Support Warrants
Susquehanna County Court Records
Susquehanna County Criminal Records
Susquehanna County Probate Records
Susquehanna County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Susquehanna County Court Jury Duty Information
Susquehanna County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesPA
Susquehanna County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesPA
Susquehanna County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysPA
Susquehanna County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18PA
Susquehanna County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsPA

Search Court Records in Susquehanna County Pennsylvania

You can search the Court Records in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania to find out the details of any criminal case. You can also access the dockets of pending cases. Among other things, you can view the personal information of an individual who was arrested in the county. These records are kept by the local judicial administrative institutions and law enforcement agencies. In addition to criminal records, these documents also include important details about the arrestee, including their name and address.

You can look up court records of any individual in Susquehanna County through the Unified Judicial System’s website. The site also offers information on court calendars and cases in Susquehanna County. Using the court records in this county is easy and hassle-free. The website also has links for self help services and other legal resources. You can search for Susquehanna County court records for free or pay a fee to obtain them.

Susquehanna County’s courthouses house various courts, including the Magisterial District Courts, Pittsburgh Municipal and Appeals Courts. The Civil Courts are responsible for resolving disputes among citizens. The Criminal Department focuses on prosecuting parties accused of breaking the law. In addition to the Civil Courts, the County has recorded land records and other public documents. There are several resources you can access through the county website.

The Susquehanna County Clerk of Courts can help you find criminal cases involving any individual. The database contains case information from 1996 through the present. All you need to do is write to the office to obtain the criminal records. You should include the person’s name, social security number, date of birth, and the court case you are looking for. You should be sure to make a check payable to the Clerk of Courts.

Various documents can be found online. You can search for marriage licenses and military discharges. In addition, you can check the sex offender registry for criminal background checks. If you’re concerned about a potential partner, you can contact the correctional facility to make sure they’re eligible. If a person is in jail or on parole, you should be able to see their records before hiring a nanny.

If you are interested in looking for court records for a specific individual, you should start by looking for the court in the area you live in. It’s possible to find criminal and civil cases if you know the person’s name. If you’re not sure whether you’re eligible to get the documents, you should consider getting them. If you’re married, you can apply for a divorce certificate.