Clay County West Virginia Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1111)Clay County Court Records Offices
Clay Circuit Court246 Main StreetClayWV25043304-587-4256
Clay County Court Records Offices
Clay County Prosecuting Attorney246 Main StreetClayWV25043304-587-2702
Clay Magistrate Court225 Main StreetClayWV25043304-587-2131
Clay County Court Records Databases
Clay County Accident Reports
Clay County Child Support Warrants
Clay County Court Records (Texas)
Clay County Criminal Records
Clay County Probate Records
Clay County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Clay County Court Jury Duty Information
Clay County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesWV
Clay County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWV
Clay County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 YearsWV
Clay County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WV
Clay County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsWV

Where to Find Court Records in Clay County West Virginia

The Office of the County Clerk in Clay County West Virginia maintains a wide range of public records, including civil, criminal, and family court records. You can also access traffic, marriage license, and voter registrar records. Most websites that offer court records in the county also provide links to free resources. These links are provided for your convenience. If you have any questions, contact the County Clerk’s office. They will be happy to help you!

The Clerk’s Office at the Clay County Courthouse is the only place you can find court records in Clay County, West Virginia. While the clerk’s office does not conduct research, the staff there is happy to assist you. Most records are filed by date, so you can find out important information about a person’s life from birth to death. If you need to search for a specific year’s worth of court documents, you can use the Virginia State Records website to find the records you need.

The Office of the County Clerk also has a large collection of criminal and civil cases. You can find out about any case that has been filed in the county. You can browse through these documents online. They may also include other important information, such as the names of the parties involved. Whether you’re looking for a divorce record or a birth certificate, you can find it in Clay County. You’ll find it in the Department of Corrections, which handles felony cases.

The Clay County District Attorney’s Office is the official authority for criminal and civil cases in the county. You can consult the office’s online court dockets to see what cases have been filed in the past. The clerk’s office staff is usually more than happy to help you. Unlike most other government offices, the Clerk’s Office does not do research, but most staff will be glad to assist you with your needs.

You can find the records of criminal and civil cases filed in the county of Clay. You can also search for court dockets online. You can access the information by entering a case number or an individual’s name. The online databases can also provide you with other information, such as the location of the accused. You can also look up the court docket of the District Attorney’s office in Clay County.

The Clay County Clerk’s Office does not do any research. You can search the courts online to find criminal cases in the county. The Courts’ dockets can be useful for your research if you are looking for a deceased loved one. You can search criminal court dockets and census records by name or offender id. These records are available at the Clay county courthouse. They are also available in many other counties of West Virginia.