Green County Wisconsin Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1089)Green County Court Records Offices
Green County Circuit Court1016 16th AvenueMonroeWI53566608-328-9433
Green County Court Records Offices
Green County District Attorney2841 6th StreetMonroeWI53566608-328-9546
Monroe Driver's License Office815 1st AvenueMonroeWI53566608-264-7447
Monroe Public Defender1015 18th AvenueMonroeWI53566608-325-5065
Green County Court Records Databases
Green County Accident Reports
Green County Child Support Warrants
Green County Circuit Court Records
Green County Court Records
Green County Criminal Records
Green County Probate Records
Green County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Green County Court Jury Duty Information
Green County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoWI
Green County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWI
Green County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 10 DaysWI
Green County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WI
Green County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service4 yearsWI

How to Look Up Court Records in Green County

The trial court system of Wisconsin consists of Circuit Courts and Municipal Districts. The courts handle different types of cases. Below, we’ve listed the locations of the Green County circuit courts, along with links to court records online and other free court resources. Regardless of your needs, you can always look up court records in Green County. You can even find out who a specific defendant is, and what the charges are for anyone in your neighborhood.

If you want to find out the details about a specific crime, you should start by identifying the offender’s name and address. In Green County, this information is accessible by law. If a defendant has filed for bankruptcy, the court will provide you with their public records. In Wisconsin, if you have a criminal record, you can use your local court to look up the offender’s name and address.

There are many ways to search Green County’s court records, but the most convenient method is to visit the local Clerk of Circuit Court in Monroe. You can also request divorce or birth records at the clerk of court in Monroe. Additionally, you can use the state Vital Records Office in Madison to get your vital record copies. Then, you can also go online and find the information you need in less than a few minutes. If you’re searching for a specific criminal offense, you can also search for the name of the suspect and the offense that they were involved in.

In addition to the courts in Green County, you can also search for sex offender information. The Wisconsin Department of Corrections provides access to statewide registries. The registries are divided into three levels: Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3. The information on sex offenders in Green County can be found at the local clerk of court. Regardless of which level you’re looking for, you can search the public registry to find out more about a particular person.

The Green County court system is one of the largest in Wisconsin. There are many people who need to look up court records to find out what they’ve been accused of. Using the county court system is the best way to do this. If you’re unsure, you can use the state department of Corrections website. It’s free to search and you won’t be charged a fee. All you need to do is enter the information in the fields provided by the state.

The Green County Clerk is responsible for issuing marriage licenses, dog licenses, and child labor permits. The office also handles timber cutting notices and tax deed sales. Other services in the office include publishing the Directory of the Green Country Officials and posting job opportunities. In addition to court records, the clerk’s office also publishes information on statewide jobs. It even publishes an online version of the county’s official list of employees.