Buffalo County Wisconsin Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1062)Buffalo County Court Records Offices
Buffalo County Circuit Court407 South 2nd StreetAlmaWI54610608-685-6212
Buffalo County Court Records Offices
Buffalo County District Attorney317 South 2nd StreetAlmaWI54610608-685-4237
Alma DMV Office407 South 2nd StreetAlmaWI54610608-264-7447
Buffalo County Court Records Databases
Buffalo County Accident Reports
Buffalo County Child Support Warrants
Buffalo County Circuit Court Records
Buffalo County Court Records
Buffalo County Criminal Records
Buffalo County Probate Records
Buffalo County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Buffalo County Court Jury Duty Information
Buffalo County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoWI
Buffalo County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWI
Buffalo County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 10 DaysWI
Buffalo County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WI
Buffalo County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service4 yearsWI

Court Records in Buffalo County Wisconsin

If you’re looking for Court Records in Buffalo County Wisconsin, you’ve come to the right place. Public court records are documents that can be viewed by the public. This includes birth, marriage, criminal, and business records. If you’re interested in a specific case, you can search public court records by name. You can also search for a specific defendant. You can do this with the help of a third-party website like BeenVerified.

The Buffalo County court records database allows you to search for the first or middle name of a person. The public records also include census information, such as the population, housing, and business listings. There are also links to the Buffalo County court directory and to self-help resources. You can also find Jail and Inmate Records, and property records. You can search for people by parcel number or owner name. To learn more about public records in Buffalo County, check out the Buffalo County courthouse website.

You can also search the vital records of a person living in Buffalo County. These records are filed as early as possible. It doesn’t mean that you’ll find a ton of Buffalo county vital records in one year, but rather, you’ll find that the most recent registration was filed. You should note that these records don’t necessarily mean that there were many events in a particular year. Instead, you should use the year you’re looking for to find Buffalo County court records.

The public records database also includes vital records. They are accessible by name. You can search for births, marriages, and deaths in Buffalo County. You can find vital records at the state capitol, through VitalChek, or through local office listings. If you’re not sure where to find your case, visit the Wisconsin Historical Society’s online database. It contains a statewide microfiche index of all the county courts.

You can search for birth, marriage, death, and property records in Buffalo County. You can also search through the Census Information for Buffalo County. There are links to other websites on the internet, such as the city and county level. These records are not free, so you should be prepared to pay a fee to access them. If you’re looking for legal information, you may need to go to the courthouse in Buffalo.

In Buffalo County, there are two types of courts: Municipal and Circuit courts. These courts oversee different types of cases. For example, a court in Buffalo County will publish a marriage license, timber cutting notices, and dog licenses. The Clerk’s Office also staffs the county board and some committee meetings. Its office publishes the Proceedings book, a document that contains the proceedings of the various government departments.