Sauk County Wisconsin Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Sauk County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service4 yearsWI
(1180)Sauk County Court Records Offices
Sauk City Driver's License Office730 Monroe StreetSauk CityWI53583608-264-7447
Sauk County Court Records Offices
Sauk County Circuit Court515 Oak StreetBarabooWI53913608-355-3287
Baraboo Driver's License1000 Log Lodge CourtBarabooWI53913608-264-7447
Reedsburg Driver's License Office600 West Main StreetReedsburgWI53959608-264-7447
Sawyer County District Attorney515 Oak StreetBarabooWI53913608-355-3282
Sauk County Court Records Databases
Baraboo Police Department Website
Sauk County Accident Reports
Sauk County Child Support Warrants
Sauk County Circuit Court Records
Sauk County Court Records
Sauk County Criminal Records
Sauk County Probate Records
Sauk County Sheriff Website
Sauk County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Sauk County Website
Sauk County Court Jury Duty Information
Sauk County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoWI
Sauk County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesWI
Sauk County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 10 DaysWI
Sauk County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18WI

How to Search Court Records in Sauk County Wisconsin

You can access court records in Sauk County, WI by using a free online database. The databases include court dockets, judgments, and files, as well as links to other public resources. Many of these databases are maintained by third parties and are monitored by editors for accuracy. If you discover a broken link, please let us know so that we can fix it. In addition to court records, you can also use these resources to find out the identity of a person.

The Department of Corrections and Sheriff’s Office maintain records for Sauk County inmates. These records are free to access, and you can search by the inmate’s name, gender, age, or county area. You can also find vital records and other documents at the Office of the Clerk of Courts, which is located in Sauk County. You can obtain one copy for $20, and you can get an additional copy for $3. You will be able to view the records of any person who lives in Sauk County, Wisconsin, but you will have to pay a fee for the first copy.

The Sauk County Courts maintain several public records for citizens. You can look up criminal and civil cases in the court system to see if the person was found guilty of a crime. If you need to check the history of real estate transactions, you can use the Sauk County Court Records database. This database is also an excellent resource for finding out who has a pending case. If you have a criminal conviction, you can find the criminal records of that person.

In addition to court records, you can also find out inmate information in Sauk County. The Sauk County Sheriff’s Office is the office that maintains inmate information. You can use their online search tool to look up inmate information by name, age, gender, and county. The County Clerk of Courts is another place you can look for records. The only catch is that you will have to pay a fee of $20 for the first copy, and an additional $3 for each additional copy.

The Sauk County Sheriff’s Office maintains inmate information. The Department of Corrections is responsible for keeping these records updated. In addition, they host an online search tool. Enter in the inmate’s name, gender, and age to search the database. Similarly, the Office of the Clerk of Courts is the place where you can access other vital records. The fee for a copy of an inmate’s file in Sauk County, Wisconsin is $20, and $3 for each extra copy.

There are many ways to find court records in Sauk County. The county is located in the South Central region of the state and is home to the city of Baraboo. Its population is 61,976. It is part of the 6th District Circuit Court in Wisconsin. A variety of types of public records are available in Sauk County, Wisconsin. The county seat is the village of Baraboo, which has a total area of 849 square miles.