Sheridan County Wyoming Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(600)Sheridan County Courts
Sheridan Circuit Court224 South Main StreetSheridanWY82801307-674-2940
Sheridan County Courts
Sheridan District Court224 South Main StreetSheridanWY82801307-674-2960
Sheridan Municipal Court45 West 12th StreetSheridanWY82801307-672-3188
Dayton Municipal Court608 Broadway AvenueRanchesterWY82839307-655-2217
Ranchester Municipal Court145 Coffeen StreetRanchesterWY82839307-655-2283
Sheridan County District Attorney Office
Sheridan County District Attorney148 South Brooks StreetSheridanWY82801307-674-2580
Sheridan County Public Defender Office
Sheridan Public Defender203 South Main StreetSheridanWY82801307-672-8156
Sheridan County DMVs
Sheridan County Clerk's Office224 South Main StreetSheridanWY82801307-674-2500
Sheridan Driver Services1949 Sugarland DriveSheridanWY82801307-672-5924
Sheridan County Court Records Databases
Sheridan County Accident Reports
Sheridan County Child Support Warrants
Sheridan County Court Records
Sheridan County Probate Records
Sheridan County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Sheridan Municipal Court Bench Warrants

Searching For Court Records in Sheridan County Wyoming

In Sheridan County Wyoming, there are two types of courthouses: Circuit Court and Municipal Court. The circuit courts handle different types of cases, but both offer similar services, such as access to court records. In Sheridan County, you can also search for traffic tickets and parking violations. The city and village clerk’s offices are responsible for maintaining court records. You can also search for criminal and civil offenses.

The County Clerk’s office maintains public records, including marriage licenses and divorce records. This office also conducts statewide elections, oversees voter registration, and publishes election results. Notary applications and voter registration are also handled by the county clerk. Other public records that can be accessed through the county clerk’s office include property tax and assessment records. If you’re looking for a certain person’s name, you can search for it here.

The city clerk’s office keeps permanent records of all cases filed in the 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan County. These records go back to the late 1800s. The County clerk’s office works hard to help people in a friendly and professional manner. If you’re interested in obtaining court records, try the website listed below. It’s free, easy to use, and you can search all of the public records for free.

Other public records in Sheridan County include real estate records, marriage licenses, and more. You can also access other public records on the Sheridan County library’s website. You’ll need to have a library card to use the site, but it’s well worth the effort. The library’s database contains birth, marriage, and death records, as well as election information. You can find this information online or by visiting the county clerk’s office.

The county clerk’s office keeps the public records in Sheridan County. The office also maintains real estate documents, such as mortgages and liens. In addition, it oversees state and local elections, issues liquor licenses, and indexes federal, state, and city liens. You can find out all this information at the county clerk’s office in Sheridan County. The online court can also help you to locate other public records.

Sheridan County’s Clerk is responsible for keeping vital and property records. It is the place where you can get marriage licenses and other important documents. You can also find marriage and divorce records. In Sheridan County, you can access voter registration and other court information. You can also search for military discharges and obituaries. The clerk’s office will not charge you a fee, but it does require a county library card.

You can request court records through the clerk’s office. The clerk’s office will not give legal advice, but they can help you find vital information. You can also search for land records, which are categorized by office. You can access these documents through their websites and find out who owns them. You can look up the courthouse in Sheridan County to learn more about the people who live there. You can search for these documents in the city and the town.