Cabell County West Virginia Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1109)Cabell County Courts
Barboursville Municipal Court721 Central AvenueBarboursvilleWV25504304-736-5204
Cabell County Courts
Huntington Circuit Court750 5th AvenueHuntingtonWV25701304-526-8622
Huntington Magistrate Court750 5th AvenueHuntingtonWV25701304-526-8642
Huntington Municipal Court806 5th AvenueHuntingtonWV25701304-696-5920
Milton Municipal Court1139 Smith StreetMiltonWV25541304-743-3032
Cabell County District Attorney Office
Cabell County Prosecuting Attorney750 5th AvenueHuntingtonWV25701304-526-8653
Cabell County Public Defender Office
Cabell County Public Defender320 9th StreetHuntingtonWV25701304-522-1265
Cabell County DMV
Huntington Regional DMV Office801 Madison AvenueHuntingtonWV25704800-642-9066
Cabell County Court Records Databases
Cabell County Accident Reports
Cabell County Child Support Warrants
Cabell County Court Records
Cabell County Criminal Records
Cabell County Probate Records
Cabell County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Cabell and Wayne County Courthouses Property Records
City of Huntington Accident Reports
Village of Barboursville Accident Reports
Cabell County Court Jury Duty Information
Cabell County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesWV
Cabell County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWV
Cabell County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 YearsWV
Cabell County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WV
Cabell County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsWV

How to Search Court Records in Cabell County, WV

Public court records are available online, including court dockets, divorce decrees, judgments, marriage licenses, payroll, and military discharges. You can also perform a Cabell County, WV public records search using the links below. You can also lookup a person’s name or address. The office of the county clerk also maintains vital records. These are hard copies of important documents such as birth certificates.

The Cabell County Superior Court Records are a valuable resource, especially if you need to locate an individual in the county. They contain public records from 1843 to 1848. Most of the court files are lists of jurors. To serve on the Grand Jury, a person must live in the county and own property there. Other individuals, such as millers and tavern owners, were exempt from jury duty.

You can search for court records in Cabell County via the online database or by contacting the county court clerk. If you need a more detailed record, you can request a copy through the court clerk. However, if you are unsure of the legal procedure for requesting a copy of a Cabell County Court Record, you can use the National Archives Order Reproductions site. You can also contact the Cabell County clerk.

The Cabell County public library offers free online databases of general reference materials and genealogy resources. In addition, the library provides access to public court records. In addition to court cases, you can also access property tax records. Specifically, you can search for property tax records by name and parcel number. In addition, the public library website also provides free access to restaurant inspections and driving records. These are just a few of the many free resources you can use to find a person’s Cabell County court records.

The Cabell County Courts provide a variety of public court records, including court minutes and civil cases. You can search the online database or contact the court clerk for copies of the documents. You can also find public documents from the Cabell County Courts using the National Archives Order Reproductions website. These court records are a valuable source of information about people in your area. The court clerk can provide you with copies of criminal and civil case files in a timely manner.

Obtaining court records in Cabell County can be a simple process. The county court clerk can assist you with the request and help you access the data you need. Once you have obtained the information you need, you can contact the courts directly to request copies of your records. If you have an emergency, you can use the online database. You can also ask the police department for their contact information. The state police website will help you with your records.