I had the name of the jail, so I called them directly. They put me through to a very nice older gentleman. I first told me it may take some time to find the information, but they kept all records since the prison opened. He called me back in a couple minutes to get my email. He copied the information and emailed it. So much easier than I expected.
Your county circuit court clerk should be able to provide you requested information
If you're looking for bankruptcy or state level court cases, check the court search above under Kentucky Free Court Records Search. Records are generally from individual agencies and can appear anywhere online once published. The state of Kentucky's courts webpage also allows an open search of their cases, but will give you case numbers and party information. You can also see where the case is since it is a statewide search.
Can I find out someone else pretrial release conditions? charges are still pending
My mother passed in April of 2015, looking for her revocable will settlement results. -my sister will not let me see the will. I am the oldest daughter of my mom.Paula said the estate has been settled.
If the will was probated, filed at the courthouse, the court records/files are public. Trusts are not public, nor is the will while the person is still alive, generally, I'm not sure if there are any exceptions to it. When the person makes changes to their trust, such as transfer/name assets in it, they should send a copy or notify of the updates.
Yes, you can, do you know where is the warrant out of? Which court? or area/city/county
It would be Madison county and Taylor county ky
You can start by checking individual city warrant lists in the counties. Richmond has a warrants list online open to anyone to check. There are other factors, is it a municipal/traffic warrant as so many are. You can see what is available by looking into each city and county's courts and law enforcement webstie. There's also a free warrant search from the Kentucky state police. There are contact numbers to the county/city clerk's offices through their sites where you will find how to check for warrants also, some have it online and other do not asking for the public to call in.
Thank you so much I truly appreciate your help and time
You can check a driver's 3 year history records from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's website. The five year search is not public, however, a three year is public record and can be requested by the general public online. There's a small fee (3 bucks), but you will be able to see driving restrictions, status, license expiration and traffic violations. Personal information (gender, age, date of birth and SSN) and accident information are not included as in the 5 year non public record contains. Hope that helps!
Marriage records of the deceased, specially more than fifty years old have been archived by many record keepers (county clerks etc...). If you know where the marriage happened, you can look up the clerk for that area to see how far they go. You may run into a fee, either online or on site, depends on where you need to get it from.
If there is a specific type of record you are looking for that will helpful, you can search this self help directory, which is the purpose of the content. You can search for free records, or pay a private services to do it for you. Take a look at the information that is available for free first. Ask for what you need specifically in posts, just laying out a series of events will not be helpful. This site is advantageous when you're looking for public records and their sources, either free or with fees.
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