Buckingham County Virginia Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1359)Buckingham County Courts
Buckingham Circuit Court13061 West James Anderson HighwayBuckinghamVA23921434-969-4734
Buckingham County Courts
Buckingham General District Court13061 West James Anderson HighwayBuckinghamVA23921434-969-4755
Buckingham Magistrate Court13043 West James Anderson HighwayBuckinghamVA23921434-969-1577
Cumberland County Magistrate CourtEast James Anderson HighwayCumberlandVA23040804-492-4626
Buckingham County District Attorney Office
Buckingham County Commonwealth's Attorney13361 West James Anderson HighwayBuckinghamVA23921434-969-4910
Buckingham County DMV
Dillwyn DMV Select Office16954 Oak StreetDillwynVA23936804-497-7100
Buckingham County Court Records Databases
Buckingham County Accident Reports
Buckingham County Child Support Warrants
Buckingham County Clerk of The Court Website
Buckingham County Court Records
Buckingham County Probate Records
Buckingham County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Buckingham County Court Jury Duty Information
Buckingham County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesVA
Buckingham County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoVA
Buckingham County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 6 Months, State Resident: 6 MonthsVA
Buckingham County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18VA
Buckingham County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsVA

How to Search Court Records in Buckingham County Virginia

Public court records are available for Buckingham County Virginia residents. These include vital and property records, marriage licenses, foreclosures, judgments, and more. You can also search for marriage licenses, military discharges, and payroll data. The clerk’s office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. In order to request these records, you will need to bring a photo ID, such as a driver’s license or state ID.

The courthouse is located in Buckingham, Virginia. Although the Clerk of the Court was responsible for filing original records, it isn’t always clear who filed them. In some cases, the clerk filed the records for later use. If the record is more than two decades old, you can contact the local office of the Department of Archives and History. Some libraries and family history centers keep collections of previously loaned microfilms and microfiche. A camera icon will indicate the record is digitally available online. You may need to wait for a while to obtain this record.

You can also search for court records in Buckingham County through a county website. Some sites offer public court records in a wide range of categories, including marriage licenses, police reports, and more. You can find case lookups on the clerk’s website. You can also find links to third party websites. These websites are regularly monitored and verified by our editors. If a link is broken, we’ll share it with our users.

If you’re interested in finding the records of a person in Buckingham County, you can use the free public court records search. You’ll find a wide range of documents, including transcripts, divorce, and more. This information can be used to locate a person’s criminal history, as well as for civil disputes. However, there are limitations and fees. If you’re not sure about the access method, you can consult a legal expert.

The Buckingham County Virginia government is made up of several departments and clerks who are responsible for ensuring the proper functioning of the county. These offices also store many different types of information, including police reports, real estate documentation, and other government services. By searching these public court records, you’ll discover that a person has been arrested. This is a good indicator that a person is in the wrong place at the wrong time.

There are several ways to search for court records in Buckingham County. You can use the public court records search tool at the Buckingham County Courthouse. The online database is available for free and contains arrest, criminal, and property records. These records are also available for purchase by visiting the Buckingham courthouse. The Virginia county clerk is responsible for filing these records. The clerk’s office usually maintains the original records. The deed records in Buckingham are kept by the court.