Beaver County Utah Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1206)Beaver County Courts
Beaver District Court2270 South 525 WestBeaverUT84713435-438-5309
Beaver County Courts
Beaver Justice Court2270 South 525 WestBeaverUT84713435-438-6470
Beaver Juvenile Court2270 South 525 WestBeaverUT84713435-438-5309
Milford Justice Court26 South 100 West StreetMilfordUT84751435-387-5571
Minersville Justice Court60 Main StreetMinersvilleUT84752435-386-2586
Beaver County District Attorney Office
Beaver County District AttorneyPO Box 391BeaverUT84713435-438-6434
Beaver County DMVs
Beaver DL Field Office105 East Center StreetBeaverUT84713801-965-4437
Beaver DMV Office105 East Center StreetBeaverUT84713435-438-6463
Milford DMV Office26 South 100 West StreetMilfordUT84751435-387-5571
Beaver County Court Records Databases
Beaver County Accident Reports
Beaver County Child Support Warrants
Beaver County Court Records
Beaver County Court Records (Utah)
Beaver County Criminal Records Search
Beaver County Probate Records
Beaver County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Fifth District Court Records
Beaver County Court Jury Duty Information
Beaver County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesUT
Beaver County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesUT
Beaver County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 Day, State Resident: 1 DayUT
Beaver County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18UT
Beaver County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsUT

How to Search Court Records in Beaver County Utah

You can search through official court records to find out information on criminal, civil, and family cases. You can also look up traffic ticket payments and marriage licenses. You will be able to view all court files in Beaver County and see if there is any relevant information. We have links to these court sites to make your search easier. You can also visit the websites of your local courts for more information. The following are a few helpful resources for your legal research.

If you are searching for legal information in Beaver County, you may be able to find the documents you are looking for in an instant. You can find documents and files, transcripts, and even information on appeals. You can search these records by the county and state level and you can find all the information you need in just a few clicks. Some courts are statewide and some are regional, but they all contain the same vital information.

If you want to search the Beaver County court records, you will need to know the court numbers and the offense committed. You can also look up a person’s Probate Record, which contains their name, estate number, or case number. You can also search Fifth District Court Records by name, plaintiff, or defendant. There are more ways to search for legal information in Beaver County. The best way to find the court records you are looking for is to visit a library or family history center in the county.

If you’re looking for legal information in Beaver County, you should start by visiting a public library. This is where you can access court records. There are three justice courts in the county, one located in Beaver and one in Minersville. You can access them online through these sites and they will allow you to search through the documents. You can then read the transcripts of the cases. If you’re interested in a particular case, you can contact the court and request the information you are seeking.

You can access the court records of a person by visiting a library in the county. The Library of State of Utah is another excellent resource for obtaining this information. If you’re looking for a person’s arrest records, you can look them up at their local county court. The public courts in Beaver County have a variety of information, including marriage and divorce. By visiting these sites, you can search for a name and an arrest date.

The Court of Common Pleas in Beaver County is a trial court with general jurisdiction. The seven elected judges in Beaver County preside over criminal and juvenile cases. There are also civil matters involving divorce, child support, and trusts and estates. The courts also have administrative hearings. A camera icon indicates that the record is available for digitally. This information is a valuable resource for legal research. If you have a relative or friend in the court, the search for this information may be very useful.