Manitowoc County Wisconsin Court Records

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Manitowoc County Court Jury Duty Information
Manitowoc County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoWI
Manitowoc County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWI
Manitowoc County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 10 DaysWI
Manitowoc County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WI
Manitowoc County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service4 yearsWI
(1135)Manitowoc County Court Records Offices
Manitowoc County Circuit Court1010 North 4th StreetManitowocWI54220920-683-4030
Manitowoc County Court Records Offices
Manitowoc County District Attorney1010 South 8th StreetManitowocWI54220920-683-5046
Manitowoc Driver's License Office3651 Dewey StreetManitowocWI54220608-264-7447
Manitowoc Public Defender935 South 8th StreetManitowocWI54220920-683-4690

Manitowoc County Courthouse

The Manitowoc County courthouse is now closed due to the fire that destroyed the original building in 1852. You can search for available court records by name, case number, or the citation number. The citation number is a reference number for the person’s legal rights. A copy of the citation is also available on the website. Using the right tool can help you get the information you need, and it can also help you find someone’s criminal record.

To obtain a copy of a Manitowoc County death certificate, you can contact the Register of Deeds office. The office only gives out copies to family members and legal representatives. You will need to pay a nonrefundable fee of $20 for the first copy and $3 for each additional copy. You can pay with cash, check, or money order. Certified copies are also available in person.

You can also look for recorded land documents in the Manitowoc County Clerk of Court office. The records may include marriage licenses, foreclosures, mortgages, liens, and court records. You can also perform a search for a Sex Offender Record by last name, first name, or middle initial. In addition to this, you can also sign up for an email notification. You can also access other government records like census information and GIS maps.

If you want to search Manitowoc County Wisconsin court records, you can try the online service to find out who’s been convicted of a crime. There are many other resources that contain the public court records of a Manitowoc County person, including the clerk of court. It’s easy to find public documents and criminal history, and there are many options available to you.

The Manitowoc County Courthouse is located in the city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. You can also check the county’s vital records, marriage licenses, and probate records. For example, you can find documents and other documents related to a marriage, divorce, or military discharge. For property records, you can also search for liens or mortgages. You can find these records through the clerk of Manitowoc County.

The Manitowoc County courthouse is located in the city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. While the clerk’s office does not conduct research, they can help you locate property records, tax liens, and other documents. In addition, you can search for property tax and mortgage records. These records are also available through the voter registrar’s office. There are numerous other records available, such as jail and military discharge information.

The county has a low percentage of crime. The state is home to 28% of White people and 0.7% of Black people. In the county, there are also 137 homicides and 167 rapes. The county’s crime statistics are even lower. In 2019, there were 2 homicides and ten rapes, but fewer aggravated assaults. However, there were a small number of robberies, burglaries, and motor vehicle theft.