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.
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.
Criminal charges appear in the case file at the courthouse. Although criminal case files are generally public records and open to inspection, there are exceptions that can be imposed from one court to another, you can see these exceptions on the courts' webpages. Felony cases are filed in Circuit courts, which is the state's court of general jurisdiction. Kentucky's judicial website offers a free case search online. It will not give you the case file or much information at all, you may need to request it and pay a fee to see exactly what you are looking for. Are these charges/case new? Which county/city did this happen? The Kentucky court of justice also has a criminal record report the public can request if it would be helpful in this case. Many of these courts if not all have same day walk in services, attorneys use couriers for this purpose.
It's on the criminal complaint
Depends on where the arrest took place, some departments allow the individual in the report to obtain them without having to pay the regular fee. Most departments have a webpage with instructions on how to get them and if it costs a fee.
I know it was in Newport
There's a records division in that police department, their webpage says "The staff greets visitors and processes requests for information, such as record checks and copies of reports, and directs inquiries to the appropriate office." There's contact information where people start the process of requesting it.
How can my sister and I look at her own record in Kentucky? She got arrested in Henderson
The city of Henderson has their own police department and website which shows you how to get reports. Getting your own reports and someone else’s is different in procedures and accessibility. Some police departments allow a free copy if the arrest report is of your own. The division of records and statistics under court services in Kentucky Court of Justice's website claims that it provides criminal records and reports collected by the state's court system. This can be done online, costs a twenty dollar fee, but, will save you time and work. To look up free records, you can start with the court clerk's site, under services, looking up public records is listed. They can be contacted and see if simply looking up records without copies would cost.
Is the case within the past year? You can search free federal court records back to 2014 here with just a name search
All records are not public. There are specific records which are open to the public, there's a list of providers where you can find different public records. Specific records have different request policies and process, which depends on the agency.
You can go directly to the sheriff's department site and look up persons that are locked up. Which county or law enforcement department made the arrest?
Which city is the residence located in? Crime mapping shows crimes that happen block by block. Not all police departments are covered by crime mapping.
Try one of the many crime mapping, even with simple serps you’ll be able to find it as Union county is covered, depending where. There are two crimes which show up when you first pull it up, you can change the date and drag the view from one area to another. If it is in Louisville, you’re in luck as their crime data by address and date is reely open to the public. Go to Louisville’s official site, and go to the police webpage, click on the crime information tab on the left and you will see a menu, then click on crime mapping, thereafter click on 'Open Data Portal Crime Data.'. There's also a link to crime mapping which can save you from looking for it online.
There are three factors to consider: Is it the requestor's own divorce or of someone else? Was the divorce prior to June 1958? It would be archived if before this date. The county/city location is not important as the certificate can be requested from the Kentucky's Vital Statistics office. However, if you need to get court record in one of the state's 71 counties, you will need to know location of the filing.
Local libraries offer public access to periodicals which contain newsworthy events. Since the incident may not be a widely noteworthy event, smaller papers/publications may still carry that story. Where in Kentucky the incident occurred is important as different libraries have more or less services.
You need to do a lot of the work on your own. A person’s background information can be found in many different places online or by going to the record keepers’ physical location. Several factors determine how your search is conducted and will result. Public records can come in many bits and pieces of information. With that in mind, you will need to fish out some of the records in parts. Begin with what you already know of the person. A good tip to begin with is to look up all the addresses and notice where traces can be of older records can be found also. It is recommended that you look up all free information first regardless. The county courthouse is a place where many records from bankruptcies, criminal cases and divorces can be found. Some court venues will offer online services, however, these services often carry a fee. A way to get around paying the fees can be by going to the location in person to view files. Once the files are checked out, you can either make copies or just view them and move on to the next record. Public record sites list as many useful free databases as possible, including sites that may not readily appear online, facilitating a more expansive search. Similar to casting a net, the larger the scope of your search is, the more results you will catch. It is normal to start with a small amount of profile information, as the search will pick up more data and expand the scope. An example are maiden names found, which would expand the search to include maiden names. Property records reveal if a spouse is named on the deed. As more information surfaces, the more expansive your search will become. Free databanks can be found scattered over the net. Few examples are inmate searches, which can be of local and state institutions, business filings with the secretary of state, land or real estate ownership searches from Property Valuation Administrator and more.