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  1. Public Records. If you need assistance finding records, consider seeking help from your local library, the Indiana State Library, or the Indiana Supreme Court Law Library. If the document you're looking for isn't available online, you'll need to contact the clerk's office in the county where the case is being heard.

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  3. To search Public Access Records, please click the CourtView link below. Common Pleas Disclaimer. The office of the Auglaize County Clerk of Courts presents the information on this web site as a service to the public. We have tried to ensure that the information contained in this electronic search system is accurate.

  4. Public Records . Search all Belmont County Court public records (Eastern/Northern/Western) by name, case type, status and more. All public records are accessible through CourtView, please click the image above.

  5. The Circuit Clerk position is an elected one, voted on by the people of Kankakee County. It is a constitutional office and part of the 21st Judicial Branch of Illinois, including Iroquois County. Our offices are located in the Kankakee County Courthouse. As the official record keeper of the court files, the circuit clerk is part of the ...

  6. For parking ticket searches, enter the VEHICLE LICENSE NUMBER on the TICKET/CITATION # tab in CourtView. This is the only way to obtain a complete listing of violations. To get the outstanding balance on an account, you must total all violations.

  7. Anyone using facsimile filing is urged to verify receipt of such filings by contacting the Clerk of Court. I Accept I Do Not Accept. Civil Division fax: (216) 664-2638. Criminal Division fax: (216) 664-4299. Notice: It is a felony offense in the State of Ohio to tamper with public records. Ohio Revised code Section 2913.42 Tampering With Records.

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