Middlesex County Virginia Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1609)Middlesex County Court Records Offices
Middlesex Circuit Court865 General Puller HighwaySaludaVA23149804-758-5317
Middlesex County Court Records Offices
Middlesex County Commonwealth's AttorneyPO Box 457SaludaVA23149804-758-4506
Middlesex General District Court865 General Puller HighwaySaludaVA23149804-758-4312
Saluda Magistrate Court75 Oakes Landing RoadSaludaVA23149804-758-4187
Middlesex County Court Records Databases
Middlesex County Accident Reports
Middlesex County Child Support Warrants
Middlesex County Criminal Records
Middlesex County Probate Records
Middlesex County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Middlesex County Court Jury Duty Information
Middlesex County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesVA
Middlesex County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoVA
Middlesex County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 6 Months, State Resident: 6 MonthsVA
Middlesex County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18VA
Middlesex County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsVA

How to Search Court Records in Middlesex County Virginia

Court Records in Middlesex County Virginia

The court records in Middlesex County can be accessed by the public for free. You can search for arrest, birth, death, and divorce records. You can also look up inmate and criminal records for the Middle River Regional Jail in Middlesex County. The clerk’s office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm EST. To get access to the court records, you must present a photo ID.

The Circuit Court case information can be found from the Supreme Count’s Case Management System, which is used by most Circuit Courts throughout the Commonwealth. You can find case details by name, including the names of the parties, hearings, and disposition. Alternatively, you can search using the case number. You can enter the civil or criminal case number in upper case “CL.” Once you have the case number, you can access the details.

You can use these court records to trace a person’s past. You can check if someone has a criminal history in Middlesex County by searching for their records in the U.S. Census Bureau. You can also look up Middlesex County property tax records by looking up a property’s parcel number. You can even search for a person’s voter registration by using the account number of the person’s account. You can also look up information about their finances in the Middlesex County Land Records, which contain the names of several hundred slaves and their owners.

When looking for Middlesex County court records, make sure to select a court in Middlesex County. Each county has different courthouses for different types of cases. To find the one you need, select the city or town you live in. You can then narrow down your search by name or account number. When the courthouse you want is located in, search for the name of the person. You can also search for the names of the defendant in the criminal case.

There are three different courthouses in Middlesex County. These three courthouses serve as the local law enforcement agencies. The county has a population of 10,710 people and covers 131 square miles. Each of these courts has its own online resources for citizens. These courts include divorce, appeals, family, traffic, and small claims records. You can access these courthouses by visiting the website below.

The county courts of Middlesex County are located in the town or city you are searching for. The county courthouses have different types of cases. The civil court handles the cases filed by the citizens of the state. For example, if you need a divorce case, you can search for it in the city. There are other types of civil cases, such as business disputes. However, when it comes to public records, Middlesex County is a good place to start your search.