Instant Access to Civil and Criminal Court Records
- What is a Criminal Court Record Ohio criminal court records document the details of the legal proceedings surrounding an alleged crime.
- What is a Civil Court Record Civil court records in Ohio are made when two people enter a legal dispute over property, money, and more.
- What are Family Court Records Family court records in Ohio are created to record legal proceedings related to family issues such as divorce.
- What are Traffic Court Records Ohio traffic court records document instances of traffic related crimes and other motor vehicle infractions.
Ohio Court Records
The Ohio Court Records site was created to offer greater understanding of public court records and structure of Ohio’s state court structure. The site offers information on not only the judicial structure, but the means by which each court operates, and which jurisdictions they hold.
Ohio’s Open Records Law grants every citizen with the ability to access court records, including court proceedings and court decrees. The Ohio Court Records website was created to ensure all Ohioans can access Ohio Court Records as simply as possible as permitted by law. The site provides access to court records of many types, including criminal, civil, bankruptcy, and more. The Ohio Court Records site offers records collected from many of Ohio's 88 counties, though results may vary depending on the county searched.