Gloucester County Virginia Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1486)Gloucester County Courts
Gloucester Circuit Court7400 Justice DriveGloucester CourthouseVA23061804-693-2502
Gloucester County Courts
Gloucester General District Court7400 Justice DriveGloucester CourthouseVA23061804-693-4860
Gloucester Magistrate Court7502 Justice DriveGloucester CourthouseVA23061804-693-1381
Buena Vista General District Court2039 Sycamore LaneGloucester CourthouseVA23061540-261-8632
Gloucester County District Attorney Office
Commonwealth's Attorney7400 Justice DriveGloucester CourthouseVA23061804-693-4995
Gloucester County DMV
Gloucester Customer Service Center2348 York Crossing DriveGloucester PointVA23072804-497-7100
Gloucester County Court Records Databases
Gloucester County Accident Reports
Gloucester County Child Support Warrants
Gloucester County Criminal Records Search
Gloucester County Probate Records
Gloucester County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Gloucester County Court Jury Duty Information
Gloucester County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesVA
Gloucester County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoVA
Gloucester County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 6 Months, State Resident: 6 MonthsVA
Gloucester County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18VA
Gloucester County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsVA

Court Records in Gloucester County Virginia

The Circuit Court Clerk’s Office maintains all court records in Gloucester County, Virginia. These documents include marriage, divorce, and family cases. They are available free of charge, and are available to the public in their local county courthouses. You can search for these records by name, or you can search by case number. In either case, enter the case number in the upper case. Then, follow the link to the appropriate court website to access the information.

The Clerk of Circuit Court in Gloucester County has marriage records dating back to 1853. They also maintain land and probate records from 1733. You can also find divorce and land documents through the county’s online directory. You can also request copies of marriage and divorce records prior to 1936, or you can search for birth certificates and GIS maps. You can also subscribe to receive recorded land documents and other information from the clerk of court.

Gloucester County Virginia has two clerk offices. This county is home to 37,035 residents and is 218 square miles. There is one clerk office per 18,517 people. The ratio of clerk offices per square mile is 35. The Gloucester County Clerk Offices are listed below. They also have links to various self-help and legal research sites. The state of the art website will offer you a wealth of information. You can also browse through property records, property tax assessments, GIS maps, and recorded land documents. If you pay for the subscription, you can also obtain these documents.

For more information, visit the Gloucester County website of the Virginia State Public Records Office. The website will offer you access to all Gloucester County court records, and includes the Virginia State Public Records. You can also use the county’s website to access other court-related resources. For instance, you can view the property tax and assessment records. You can also access the County’s recorded land documents with a paid subscription. The website also has links to other vital information on early settlers.

If you’re looking for a copy of a court document in Gloucester County, you can find it online. The state’s website contains links to state and local court records in the county. You can also use a free subscription to get access to these documents. You can also search the courts in your area by zip code. The county’s crime statistics show that crime rates have fallen dramatically in the last five years. This is a very good sign for residents of Gloucester County.

The Gloucester County courthouse provides access to all of the county’s public records. The website also contains links to delinquent property taxes and marriage records. In addition, you can find a county’s code of ordinances, voter registration, and employment applications. Inmate records and sex offender records are available by name for those who want to investigate the history of a crime in the area. For more information, you can also search for a person’s past through the criminal history of that person.