Kitsap County Washington Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Bainbridge Island Municipal Court10255 Northeast Valley RoadBainbridge IslandWA98110206-842-5641
Bremerton Municipal Court900 Pacific AvenueBremertonWA98337360-473-5260
Port Orchard Municipal Court216 Prospect StreetPort OrchardWA98366360-876-1701
Poulsbo Municipal Court19050 Jensen Way NortheastPoulsboWA98370360-779-9846
Kitsap County District Attorney Office
Kitsap County Prosecuting Attorney614 Division StreetPort OrchardWA98366360-337-7174
Kitsap County DMVs
Bainbridge Island Vehicle Licensing Office395 Winslow Way EastBainbridge IslandWA98110206-780-5306
Bremerton Driver Licensing Office1550 Northeast Riddell RoadBremertonWA98310360-478-6975
Bremerton Vehicle Licensing Office3850 Kitsap WayBremertonWA98312360-479-4793
Port Orchard Vehicle Licensing Office1703 Southeast Sedgwick RoadPort OrchardWA98366360-895-2222
Poulsbo Driver Licensing Office19045 State Highway 305 NortheastPoulsboWA98370360-779-5547
Poulsbo Vehicle Licensing Office227 Northwest Lindvig WayPoulsboWA98370360-697-4337
Silverdale Vehicle Licensing Office9080 Silverdale Way NorthwestSilverdaleWA98383360-692-2293
Kitsap County Court Records Databases
Kitsap County Accident Reports
Kitsap County Arrest Warrants
Kitsap County Child Support Warrants
Kitsap County Court Records
Kitsap County Criminal Records
Kitsap County Probate Records
Kitsap County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Kitsap County Court Jury Duty Information
Kitsap County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesWA
Kitsap County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWA
Kitsap County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 30 DaysWA
Kitsap County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WA
Kitsap County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearWA
(1097)Kitsap County Courts
Kitsap County Court614 Division StreetPort OrchardWA98366360-337-7109
Kitsap County Courts
Kitsap Superior Court614 Division StreetPort OrchardWA98366360-337-7140

Access Public Court Records in Kitsap County Washington

The Kitsap County Clerk’s Office is the repository of documents relating to all kinds of court cases. You can access public case records in either digital or microfilm formats. While the office no longer maintains paper files, it still offers access to a variety of public records. You can search for a particular case by entering the information you are looking for, such as the name of the defendant, the case number, and the courtroom or judge who presiding over the trial.

The public’s right to access court records is not limited to criminal cases. Criminal history records are a state-wide public record. You can request this information from the Washington State Patrol. However, this service only provides information on arrests that occurred in the past year. You can also obtain this information from the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office. The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office processes requests for county-based criminal history records.

For civil records in Kitsap County, you can use the Superior Court’s online portal. All you need to do is log in and pay using a credit card. You can access non-confidential court documents and case information. You can also search for real estate documents at the local Auditor’s Office. In addition, the Western District of Washington Bankruptcy Court manages the bankruptcy records of Kitsap County.

The District Court in Kitsap County has limited jurisdiction and hears misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, and small claims cases. Its crimes carry a maximum penalty of 364 days in jail, as well as a $5,000 fine. Besides criminal charges, the District Court also hears traffic infractions. Its criminal records are updated frequently, so you can easily find the latest information on someone’s background.

You can also search for criminal and civil records in Kitsap County Washington. You can find a variety of legal documents in Kitsap County. The State of Washington has 39 counties and Kitsap County is one of them. By using public court records, you can easily access the information you need. You can find any criminal or civil case you are interested in. These courts are listed on Ballotpedia.

The Kitsap County Superior Court is the trial court with original and appellate jurisdiction. It handles felony and civil cases. You can also look for family law records, including paternity and adoptions. If you need information about a court case, you can contact the District Court in Kitsap County to learn more. If you are interested in a particular person, you can search their criminal or divorce records.

You can access public documents from 1987 to present. The Washington Attorney General’s Office also publishes links to pending opinions. You can also search for Kitsap County Superior Court forms. You can find criminal, civil, domestic relations, and juvenile forms, as well as information on legal aid. In addition to court records, you can access the Washington State Patrol’s database of traffic collision reports. Inquire about the details of a particular accident and obtain copies.