Jefferson County Washington Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1095)Jefferson County Court Records Offices
Jefferson County Court1820 Jefferson StreetPort TownsendWA98368360-385-9135
Jefferson County Court Records Offices
Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney1820 Jefferson StreetPort TownsendWA98368360-385-9180
Jefferson Superior Court1820 Jefferson StreetPort TownsendWA98368360-385-9360
Port Townsend Driver Licensing Office2300 South Park AvenuePort TownsendWA98368360-385-0378
Port Townsend Vehicle Licensing Office1820 Jefferson StreetPort TownsendWA98368360-385-9115
Jefferson County Court Records Databases
Jefferson County Accident Reports
Jefferson County Arrest Warrants
Jefferson County Child Support Warrants
Jefferson County Court Records
Jefferson County Criminal Records
Jefferson County District Court Records
Jefferson County Probate Records
Jefferson County Superior Court Records
Jefferson County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Jefferson County Court Jury Duty Information
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesWA
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWA
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 30 DaysWA
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WA
Jefferson County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearWA

How to Search Court Records in Jefferson County Washington

There are many different methods of accessing court records in Jefferson County, Washington. The Superior District Court is the most popular option, as they provide records from all levels of state court. You can search by case number or keyword and find all documents related to the specific case. You can also browse attorney general legal opinions. There are several resources to choose from if you’re trying to locate someone’s criminal record in Jefferson County, Washington.

The clerk of Jefferson County is the most likely source of information for the public. The county’s website includes links to state court information and city and topic pages. You can also find a list of local resources, as well as links to legal research and legal aid. You can also search the property records of a particular parcel, which include pleadings and documents filed by both parties. The Civil and Superior Court files are updated weekly, and the chronological order of case filings is listed in chronological order.

The clerk of Jefferson County maintains criminal and civil court files, including all original documents from 1890 to 1913. The court’s website contains links to state and local resources, legal research, and other important court information. The Jefferson County property search portal offers a searchable database of property tax records. You can search by address or parcel number, and you can also find a pleading index of the Superior Court Civil files for the years 1890 to present.

If you’d prefer to access the records directly from the Jefferson County Superior Court, the County Clerk’s Office maintains a database of all divorce records. This allows you to search the public court records and make copies of them for free. The clerk’s office provides a wide range of services, and there are many different ways to access court documents in Jefferson County. For example, you can view the marriage and divorce files from 1928 to present.

The Jefferson County Superior Court files contain official documentation for all types of cases. These records include divorce, dependency, and probate. The courts in Jefferson County have different types of cases, including civil and criminal. In addition to criminal and divorce, there are also dependency and adoption files. Mental competency case files are handled by the county clerk. The civil case file is updated every year. It contains pleadings and documents filed by both parties. The civil case file dates from 2010 to present.

For civil and criminal cases, the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office maintains a database of court records. You can also access these files through the County’s online website. The Washington Courts Directory can provide you with general court information, state courts, and other legal research resources. You can find all of these records in the Jefferson County Superior and Municipal Courts, and you can even find links to the Jefferson County Public Records Portal on the county’s website.