Benton County Washington Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1053)Benton County Courts
Benton District Court7122 West Okanogan PlaceKennewickWA99336509-735-8476
Benton County Courts
Benton Superior Court7122 West Okanogan PlaceKennewickWA99336509-736-3071
Prosser District Court620 Market StreetProsserWA99350509-786-5480
Benton County Attorney General
Washington Attorney General Kennewick Office8127 West Klamath CourtKennewickWA99336509-734-7285
Benton County Department of Justice
Kennewick Washington Department of Justice8300 West Gage BoulevardKennewickWA99336509-374-3444
Benton County District Attorney Office
Benton County Prosecuting Attorney7122 West Okanogan PlaceKennewickWA99336509-735-3591
Benton County DMVs
Kennewick Driver Licensing Office3311 West Clearwater AvenueKennewickWA99336509-734-7130
Kennewick Vehicle Licensing Office3400 West Clearwater AvenueKennewickWA99336509-736-3926
Kennewick Vehicle Licensing Office5600 West Canal DriveKennewickWA99336509-736-2727
Prosser Vehicle Licensing Office620 Market StreetProsserWA99350509-786-5614
Richland Vehicle Licensing Office101 Wellsian WayRichlandWA99352509-222-3736
Benton County Court Records Databases
Benton County Accident Reports
Benton County Arrest Warrants
Benton County Assessor Website
Benton County Auditor Website
Benton County Child Support Warrants
Benton County Clerk Court Records
Benton County Court Records
Benton County Criminal Records
Benton County Probate Records
Benton County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Benton County Court Jury Duty Information
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesWA
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWA
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 30 DaysWA
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WA
Benton County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearWA

How to Look Up Court Records in Benton County Washington

You can find out information about a person by looking up court records in Benton County Washington. Public court records in Benton County include criminal, divorce and family records. You can also find information about liens, mortgages, marriage licenses and parking tickets. These records are updated regularly, making it easy to access them whenever you need them. You can search Benton County court cases for free in the Administrative Office of the State Courts.

Aside from the Superior Court, there are also two lower courts in Benton County, the District Court and the District. The Superior Court is responsible for most criminal and juvenile matters, personal injury suits, landlord/tenant disputes, guardianships and probates. The District is responsible for traffic infractions, non-traffic infractions, small claims under $10,000 and civil actions up to $100,000. The District Court also handles some sensitive issues, including domestic violence, name changes and certificate of judgments.

There are two types of court records in Benton County: the District and the Superior Court. The District Court has limited jurisdiction over criminal cases, while the Superior Court is responsible for civil cases with less than $75,000 in dispute. If a person has a conviction in Benton County, their record will be sealed and will not be publicly available. You can request copies of documents online or by mail. The process of requesting copies is quick and easy, and you will get instant access to your information.

Benton County court records are open to the public. There are no restrictions or fees involved with requesting these records. You can obtain copies online for $11 or mail them for $32. There is no fee for a search. However, you must pay a small fee for a copy of the Benton County court record. It is very easy to obtain these records and get them within a day. The process takes approximately a week.

Although Washington law requires that court records in Benton County be available to the public, this does not mean that you can’t access these records. It is a good idea to check out the Benton County public court website to find out about case details. Using a free service can help you save a lot of money and time. If you need to know someone’s history, you can find the Benton County public court records online.

For more information on Benton County public court records, visit the Washington State Department of Health. The State Department of Health maintains Benton County’s public court records. You can pay $25 to obtain a copy of your spouse’s criminal record. Additionally, you can ask for a certified copy of your marriage certificate if you need a marriage certificate. However, it is important to note that these records may be a few years old, so they are unlikely to be accessible.