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Iredell County Court Records

Iredell County court records are considered public under the State's Public Records Act. However, certain exemptions exist to protect the fair administration of justice. The county's court records are essential because of their role in legal matters.

Iredell court records comprise criminal, civil, and vital records that provide fundamental information about cases, parties involved, charges, court dates, and legal decisions. Researchers, attorneys, and the public rely on these records to understand court cases and guarantee transparency in the justice system. Regardless of where they are accessed, Iredell court records are a vital component of the North Carolina court records and the state's legal system.

Are Court Records Public in Iredell County?

According to Chapter 132 of North Carolina’s General Statutes, all types of court records generated and stored by government agencies while carrying out the public’s business constitute public records. Nonetheless, specific provisions of the Public Records Act (PRA) and other statutes exempt certain records from public disclosure. The essence of these exemptions is to preserve the fair administration of justice.

Consequently, Iredell County court records that are restricted to the public include:

  • Records of criminal investigation by government agencies
  • Records of Grand Jury Proceedings
  • Most adoption records
  • Most state personnel records
  • Attorney-client communication
  • Juvenile records, including cases of juvenile abuse, neglect, or dependency

Iredell County Court Records Search

Various search options are available to persons seeking Iredell County court records.

  1. Official Online Search: These comprise online government databases at the state level where interested persons can search for case details using names or case numbers.
  2. Clerk of the Superior Court’s Office: Inquirers may visit the Clerk’s Office to use the public, self-service terminals or ask for help from the staff.
  3. Third-Party Databases: These platforms allow visitors to search and make copies of court records. However, requesters should ensure their chosen sites are reputable and provide up-to-date information.

Iredell County Court Records Search by Name

Interested parties can search by name for Iredell County court records through the public self-service terminals in the Superior Clerk’s office. By inputting the names of a party in a case—such as a defendant’s name, victim, or witness’s name—they can retrieve related court documents.

Alternatively, interested parties can use the North Carolina Court System’s online database or third-party website for their name-based search. Again, they must input the name of a plaintiff, defendant, or attorney to get started. However, this service often incurs a fee for certified copies of accelerated service.

Iredell County Courts

The Iredell County court system comprises the district and superior courts. There are no probate, family, or juvenile courts. While the district courts handle matters related to general civil and criminal cases, small claims, and liens, among other case types, the superior courts have jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases (beyond the jurisdiction of the district court), domestic relations, juvenile, mental health, and probate cases. The contact addresses and locations of Iredell courthouses are as follows:

Iredell County Superior Court
221 East Water Street, Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704) 832-6600
Fax: (704) 832-6601

Iredell County Superior Court
Physical: 610 East Center Avenue, Mooresville, NC 28115
Mailing: 221 East Water Street, Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704) 664-1118

Iredell County District Court
221 East Water Street, Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704) 832-6600
Fax: (704) 832-6601

Iredell County District Court
Physical: 610 East Center Avenue, Mooresville, NC 28115
Mailing: 221 East Water Street, Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704) 664-1118

Iredell County District Court Records

The Iredell County District Court handles various legal matters, including civil cases involving small claims ($10,000 or less), landlord-tenant disagreements, domestic violence protection orders, and traffic violations. Other issues within the district court's jurisdiction are criminal (misdemeanors, infractions, and violations), juvenile, and family (custody and visitation) cases.

Individuals interested in acquiring the Iredell County District Court records may contact the Iredell County Clerk of Superior Court in person during business hours at 226 Stockton St, Statesville, NC 28677. The county’s district courts do not offer direct online access to their records, so interested parties must visit the Office of the County Clerk in person.

Iredell County Criminal Records

The agencies and processes for acquiring Iredell County criminal records are as follows:

Iredell County Sheriff’s Office

Persons interested in the county’s criminal records can obtain Iredell County arrest records from the Sheriff’s Office and Records Offices in Statesville and Mooresville. Therefore, requesters can obtain these records for free at:

Statesville Records Office
231 Constitution Lane
P.O. Box 287
Statesville, NC 28687
(704) 878-3180

Mooresville Records Office
610 E Center Avenue
Mooresville, NC 28115
(704) 664-7500

Please note the difference in operational hours of these offices. Iredell County residents can visit the Statesville Office from Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Mooresville Records Office is only open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The Records offices in Statesville and Mooresville also provide fingerprinting services for employment and other purposes. However, interested applicants must bring a valid ID card and fingerprint cards for the exercise. Individuals interested in electronic finger submissions must get the appropriate fingerprint submission forms.

This service costs $10 at both centers. Fingerprinting is available at the Statesville office Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., while the Mooresville office asks visitors to their premises to schedule an appointment. The centers accept cash, VISA/ Mastercard, and local checks.

At the state level, requesters can obtain an Iredell criminal record from the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) for $14. The application process requires the interested person to complete a fingerprint card and the Right of View form. Please note that the SBI only accepts US Mail requests. The applicant must submit the completed form and a signed check or money order for the charge to the following address to apply:

NC State Bureau of Investigation
Attention: Applicant Unit-Right to Review
Criminal Information and Identification Section
P.O. Box 29500
Raleigh, NC 27626-0500
(919) 582-8600

Alternatively, interested parties may request a certified criminal report from the Iredell County Clerk of Superior Court Office. The report costs $25 each. To make a request, applicants must fill out and submit a Criminal Records Search form to the clerk's office in person or by mail at:

Iredell County Courthouse
226 Stockton Street
Statesville, NC 28677

Iredell County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Individuals interested in learning about criminal court cases in Iredell County may visit the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court/District Court and use a public, self-service terminal to search for criminal cases. They can search for cases by the defendant's name, the case number, or the victim's or witness's name.

Get Iredell County Civil Court Records

Iredell civil court records requesters should visit the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court, the custodian of such records. They may visit the office at 226 Stockton St, Statesville, NC 28677, or call (704) 832-6600 during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

When visiting the Clerk’s office, inquirers can request civil court records by using the public terminals in the building or requesting copies for a fee. Inquirers should note that they must supply case-specific details such as case number and party name when applying for these records.

Iredell County Family Court Records

There is no dedicated family court under the Iredell County court system. The district court handles family-related legal issues. Family court judges in Iredell County rule over a variety of cases, including, but not limited to, abuse, neglect, dependency accusations, juvenile offenses, cancellation of parental rights, domestic violence, child custody, and visitation rights.

Eligible requesters of Iredell family court records should visit, mail, or email the Clerk of the Superior Court to access them. Some of the records obtainable include family court dockets, transcripts, and case records.

Another option for searching for family court records in the county is through the Document Library Search for appealed family court cases. The site offers dockets of appealed family case verdicts challenged up to the Supreme Court or Court of Appeals. Visitors can browse the repository by providing case-specific details such as:

  • Representative attorney’s name
  • Case number
  • Case title
  • The defendant’s or plaintiff’s name
  • Case filing date
  • File type
  • Specific appellate court

Iredell Dissolution of Marriage Records

Outline the process for accessing records related to the dissolution of marriage in Iredell County.

Iredell County Marriage and Divorce Records

Marriage Records

Requesters of Iredell County marriage certificates can obtain the records in two ways:

  • They can complete and submit an Iredell County Marriage Certificate (PDF). Applicants can submit the form to the Register of Deeds Office in person, via electronic mail, fax, or mail.
  • Alternatively, they may obtain a marriage certificate online.

Ordering a marriage certificate online or using a handwritten application form attracts a $10 fee. However, additional fees will apply when making the request online.

For marriage records dating back to the 1800s, interested persons may consult the Iredell County Public Library. The library has an extensive collection of digitized microfilm reels. Some of the Iredell marriage records available on their website include:

  • Marriage and Cohabitation Certificates 1851-1867
  • Marriage Register 1867-1882
  • Marriage License Court Records 1822-1914
  • Marriage Bonds 1790-1866
  • Cohabitation Certificate 1866-1867

Divorce Records

The North Carolina Office of Vital Records is home to divorce certificates from 1958 to the present. Requesters of Iredell County divorce records can also obtain them from the Clerk of the Superior Court. Before placing an order for a divorce certificate, inquirers should visit the Order a Certificate page on the Vital Records website. The page links forms and fees, depending on the chosen ordering option.

Interested persons who wish to amend their Iredell divorce certificates should contact the Clerk of the Superior Court. The NC Vital Records Office does not handle changes to divorce certificates.

Interested individuals can visit the Vital Records contact page for more information on Iredell's divorce records. The page has the agency's office hours, phone number, mailing address, and physical address.

Iredell Birth and Death Records

The County Register of Deed is the custodian of Iredell County birth and death records. Interested persons can obtain birth and death records for individuals born in the county from 1913 to the present from the Register of Deeds.

Requesters can order birth or death certificates from the Register of Deeds in two ways. First, they can fill out the Iredell County Birth Certificate form or the Iredell Death Certificate Application. After this, they can send the application via email, fax, mail, or in-person delivery in accordance with the instructions on the application. Persons submitting their application online should give the Register of Deeds 10 minutes to receive their request before calling with payment.

Alternatively, requesters may obtain a birth certificate by visiting the Permitium Records Request portal. Subsequently, enrolling through Permitium involves additional expenses. The cost of processing the request is $10, regardless of whether it pertains to a birth or death certificate.

Furthermore, the statewide Vital Records database provides access to birth and death records for record requesters in Iredell County. The sole requirement is that the names, parent information, and birth information be spelled correctly. Nevertheless, there are a few limitations:

  • The person must have been conceived after 1971.
  • The person must not have been adopted.
  • The individual should not have a delayed certificate.

Legitimately adopted people must submit birth and death record requests to the North Carolina Department of Vital Records. The Register of Deeds does not hold these records.

Inquirers who desire to receive photocopies of vital records for genealogy reasons are advised to mail a formal request to the Register of Deeds. They should attach $1 for mailing or a pre-addressed and stamped envelope.

Individuals conducting family research can also use the Register of Deeds's online database. However, they cannot view the real image of a birth record unless they go to the Register of Deeds in person.

Interested persons seeking further details related to the preceding records may contact the Register of Deeds at:

Statesville Office
211 Constitution Ln
Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704) 872-7468
Fax: (704) 878-5426

Mooresville Office
610 E Center Avenue
Suite 101
Mooresville, NC 28115
Phone: (704) 663-4533
Fax: (704) 878-5426
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Except holidays)

Iredell County Probate Court Records

The Iredell County court system does not provide for a standalone probate court. Legal probate matters in the county are under the district court’s jurisdiction. Therefore, individuals looking for Iredell County probate records should contact the Clerk of the Superior Court’s office for these records.

Probate judges in the county preside over cases involving estate administration, will probate, and guardianship/conservatorship. Inquirers should review the estate executors, administrators, and summary administrators' guidelines for more details on these probate case types. The North Carolina Judiciary Branch website also contains explanatory information on filing an estate and other administrative processes.

Iredell County Property Records

Requesters of Iredell County property records may search using the Iredell County Real Estate Search. Search options offered by the database include:

  • Owner Last Name
  • Owner First Name
  • Account Number
  • Parcel Number
  • Property Number

The repository also has advanced search features that allow visitors to refine their search query using house, unit, and street numbers.

Alternatively, inquirers may browse through the Iredell County Register of Deeds’s online database of all land records from 1788 to the present day. These records are indexed by the names of the parties involved. Interested persons should read the Indexing Rules PDF for additional information. The Office of the Register of Deeds offers other resources, such as the Searching Land Records Guide, the Guide to Finding Land before 1964, and the Recording Documents page.

The Iredell County Register of Deeds is the county’s property records custodian. For additional or specific property-related information, interested persons may contact the agency at 211 Constitution Lane, Statesville, NC 28677, or call (704) 872-7468.

Iredell County Court Records Online

Searching for Iredell County court records can be tedious when there are few official databases. In such instances, reliable third-party online databases constitute a veritable resource for accessing court records in Iredell County. Highlighted below are some of the benefits and limitations of using these services:


  • Users can inspect and obtain records from any location with an internet connection.
  • Inquirers do not have to visit the clerk's office in person.
  • Offers enhanced search features for the rapid discovery of specific records.


  • Access to records may incur fees from certain third-party websites.
  • The information may not be as current as the official clerk's office records.
  • Not all documents may be accessible, particularly those that are more recent or sealed.
  • Criminal Records
  • Arrests Records
  • Warrants
  • Driving Violations
  • Inmate Records
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Federal Dockets
  • Probate Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Death Records
  • Property Records
  • Asset Records
  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • And More!