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Nash County Court Records

Nash County court records are documents and information relating to legal proceedings within Nash County courts. They are generated during case prosecutions by the Nash County Superior and District Courts. Some general examples of court records include:

  • Docket Entries
  • Case Information
  • Financial Information
  • Pleadings and Motions
  • Evidence
  • Court Orders and Judgments
  • Transcripts
  • Appellate Information.

Are Court Records Public in Nash County?

Yes, Nash County court records are public. Per Chapter 132 of the North Carolina General Statute, the general public may inspect and examine government records at reasonable times. However, certain Nash County court records are exempt from public inspection. For instance, the following Nash County court records are generally not open to public scrutiny:

  • Adoption Records
  • Juvenile Records
  • Attorney-client privilege Information
  • Personal Information
  • Records of an Ongoing Investigation
  • Mental Health Records
  • Sealed and Expunged Records
  • Records that are protected by state or federal statutes
  • Public security Records.

Nash County Court Records Search

Searching Nash County court records involves obtaining documents and information relating to court adjudications. Nash County court records are available through online and offline repositories.

To access Nash County court records, identify the specific records custodian agency's website or any online database that has the records and perform a records search. Requesters can also perform a general search for Nash County court records through mail requests or in-person visits to the records custodian agencies.

Nash County Court Records Search by Name

A name-based search for Nash County court records involves using a name to look for documents and information on legal prosecutions within Nash County courts. Name-based searches generally apply to online and offline searches.

To use name as a search criterion, log in to the records repository and select the name options when prompted to choose a search criteria. In addition, for other Nash County records search options, include the name of the owner of the records in the request to ease the search process.

Irrespective of the search method, requesters may have to pay access fees for Nash County court records search. Also, there may be a need to show proof of eligibility to access certain Nash County court records.

Nash County Courts

The Nash County court structure comprises the Nash County Superior Court and the Nash County District Court. Under the North Carolina trial system, the Superior Court has general jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases. The Nash County Superior Court oversees cases that are beyond the jurisdiction of the Nash County District Court.

The Nash County District Court handles civil dispute cases where the amount in controversy does not exceed $25,000. In addition, the Nash County District Court presides over domestic relations cases, probate cases, juvenile cases, misdemeanors, preliminary hearings for felony cases, and municipal ordinances violations. The list below outlines the different Nash County courts and their contact information:

Nash County Superior Courts
Nash County Superior Court
234 West Washington Street, P.O. Box 759
Nashville, NC 27856
Phone: (252) 220-3000 (Civil)
Fax: (252) 220-3001 (Civil)
Phone: (252) 220-3000 (Criminal)
Fax: (252) 220-3006 (Criminal)

 

Nash County Superior Court
Rocky Mount Judicial Center
305 Cokey Road, P.O. Box 1588
Rocky Mount, NC 27802
Phone: (252) 212-3100
Fax: (252) 212-3101

Nash County District Courts
Nash County District Court
234 West Washington Street, P.O. Box 759
Nashville, NC 27856
Phone: (252) 220-3000 (Civil)
Fax: (252) 220-3001 (Civil)
Phone: (252) 220-3000 (Criminal)
Fax: (252) 220-3006 (Criminal)

 

Nash County District Court
Rocky Mount Judicial Center
305 Cokey Road, P.O. Box 1588
Rocky Mount, NC 27802
Phone: (252) 212-3100
Fax: (252) 212-3101

Nash County District Court Records

Nash County district court records refer to documents relating to legal proceedings within Nash County District Courts. The Nash County district court records encompass documents, files, and information on but are not limited to:

  • Traffic violations
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Juvenile cases
  • Family Law cases
  • Small Claims cases
  • Misdemeanor Criminal Cases
  • Domestic Violence cases
  • Probate cases
  • Felony preliminary hearings
  • Foreclosure cases.

In Nash County, the Clerk of the Superior Court (Clerk of Court) Office is the custodian agency for court records. To obtain Nash County district court records, call, send an email, or visit the Nash County Clerk of Court at:

Nash County Courthouse
234 West Washington Street
Nashville, NC 27856
Phone: (252) 230-3000
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Note: As of April 2024, Nash County is not part of the North Carolina Judicial Branch's online search system.

Nash County Criminal Records

Nash County criminal records are official documents on individuals' criminal activities and convictions within Nash County. Typically, Nash County criminal records include arrest records, warrants, mugshots, bail and bond records, incident reports, criminal charges, convictions, sentencing, probation, and parole records.

Nash County criminal records are public records. However, certain criminal records are exempt from public disclosure. For instance, juvenile and ongoing criminal investigation records are accessible only to authorized individuals under certain circumstances.

In Nash County, the Clerk of Court Office and the Sheriff's Office maintain criminal records. To access Nash County arrest records and other criminal records in the possession of law enforcement:

Nash County Criminal Court Case Lookup

To access Nash County post-trial criminal records:

  • Visit the North Carolina Judicial Branch website
    • Navigate to the criminal records form page
    • Depending on the type of criminal records, download and print the relevant form for the specific type of criminal records, fill it out, and mail it (with a check/money order to cover the $25.00 access fee) to:
      The Nash County Clerk of Court Office
      Nash County Courthouse P.O. Box 759 Nashville, NC 27856.
  • Log in to the North Carolina Department Of Adult Correction Offender Public Information offender search page and access records on active and inactive inmates.
  • Visit the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation's Sex Offender and Public Protection Registry portal and search for sex offenders by name, address, sex registration number, or latitude/longitude.
  • Call the Nash County Superior Court (criminal case division) at (252) 220-3000 or Fax: (252) 220-3006.

Also, requesters can visit the Nash County Clerk of Court Office in person between 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays (except on holidays) and look up Nash County post-adjudication criminal records.

Get Nash County Civil Court Records

Nash County civil court records are official documents, files, and information on civil cases adjudication within Nash County. Civil Court records include files and information on cases relating to but are not limited to:

  • Personal Injury
  • Contract Disputes
  • Employment Laws
  • Probate and Estate Disputes
  • Torts
  • Consumer Protection
  • Family Law
  • Property Disputes.

Generally, civil court records are public. However, certain records may be restricted. For instance, records involving minors, domestic violence, and ongoing investigations are not open to public scrutiny. In addition, information from publicly available civil court records may be redacted for privacy and security reasons.

To access Nash County civil court records:

  • Visit the North Carolina Judicial Branch Documents/Forms civil court forms page.
  • Download the appropriate form for the required records.
  • Fill out the forms and mail it to the Nash County Clerk of Court Office.

Requesters can call the Nash County Superior Court (civil division) at (252) 220-3000 or Fax: (252) 220-3001 to access civil court records. They can also visit the Nash County Clerk of Court Office to access civil court records.

Nash County Family Court Records

Nash County family law records are official documents on family law case adjudications within Nash County. Family Law records encompass but are not limited to documents on the prosecution of:

  • Domestic Violence cases
  • Divorce
  • Adoption
  • Child Custody
  • Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Termination of Parental Rights
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Abuse, Neglect, and Dependency Allegations.

In Nash County, the District Courts handle family law cases.

Generally, family law records are public. However, due to their sensitive nature, certain family law records are restricted from public access. For instance, adoption records, domestic violence records, and juvenile delinquency records may be subject to confidentiality protection, and access to them may require eligibility or authorization.

Family Law records are important legal documentation that provides records of agreements, decisions, and orders relating to family law cases. In addition, family law records help protect the rights of vulnerable persons and enforce court orders in family law cases.

To access Nash County family law records:

  • Visit the Nash County Clerk of Court Office between 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays
  • Submit a request to access family law records
  • Pay any applicable access fee to obtain family law records
  • Provide valid identification if required
  • Wait for the processing of the records
  • Review the records.

In addition to access fees, obtaining Nash County family law may require the requester to be eligible and have valid IDs.

Nash Dissolution of Marriage Records

Nash County's dissolution of marriage records are official documents relating to the process that leads to the end of a marriage in Nash County. The following steps may aid in accessing Nash County dissolution of marriage records:

  • Visit the Nash County Clerk of Court Office
  • Provide the necessary information to locate the dissolution of marriage records
  • Submit a request to access the specific dissolution of marriage records
  • Pay any applicable access fee
  • Provide a valid ID (a passport, driver's license, or a state-issued identification will suffice)
  • Wait for the processing of the records
  • Review the records.

Nash County Marriage and Divorce Records

Nash County marriage records are official documents relating to the legal union of two individuals as a couple. In contrast, Nash County divorce records are documents relating to the dissolution of marriages in Nash County.

Nash County marriage and divorce records are public, and interested persons have the right to access them. Nevertheless, public access to Nash County marriage and divorce records may be subject to restrictions and requirements.

Nash County marriage certificate and divorce records are accessible through the following agencies:

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

  • Log in to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Vital Records Order a Certificate page
    • Depending on the type of records, click the marriage or divorce link
    • Scroll down and select any of the ordering options from the drop menu (online, by phone, in person, or by mail)
    • The online option will lead to a third-party vendor's search portal. On the search page, select the specific records type, provide the requested information, and perform a search for records.
  • Select the Mail option on the NC Vital Records - Order a Certificate page.
    • Expand the Order by Mail menu, scroll down, and download a marriage or divorce records application form
    • Fill out the request form, include a check/money order to cover the access fee, and mail the request to:
      North Carolina Vital Records
      ATTN: VC Certificate Orders
      1903 Mail Service Center
      Raleigh, NC 27699-1900.

To obtain Nash County Vital Records through the NCDH costs $24.00 per certified copy and an extra $15.00 for an additional copy. Also, the check/money order must cover the fees indicated on the records request application form.

The Nash County Register of Deeds Office

  • Visit the Nash County Register of Deeds Office website Vital Records page
    • Scroll down and click the Permitium website link
    • On the Vital Records Request page, click the I am Requesting a Certified Marriage Certificate link to access the Online Marriage Certificate Request.
    • Indicate the owner of the marriage certificate and agree to the access fee payments to access the search portal.
    • Provide the name of the owner of the marriage records and other relevant information and perform a search.
  • Download a Certified Copy Application Form
    • Fill out the application form, enclose a copy of a state-issued ID, a self-addressed envelope, and a check/money order to cover the access fee, and mail it to:
      Register of Deeds
      120 W. Washington Street
      Suite 3030
      Nashville, NC 27856.

Accessing Nash County Vital Records through the Register of Deeds Office costs $10.00. Requesters will also pay a convenience fee per transaction to use a designated third-party vendor.

Nash Birth and Death Records

Nash County birth and death records are important documents that record life-changing events.

Per North Carolina Laws, birth and death records are confidential. Access to Nash County birth and death records is subject to restrictions. In Nash County, birth certificates and death records are accessible to the owners of the records (for birth records), their representatives, immediate family, and relevant government agencies.

Birth and death records are important documents for genealogical research, establishing identity, and preserving family history. In addition, birth and death records play vital roles in health research and demographic analysis.

Nash birth certificates and death records are available through the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the Nash County Register of Deeds Office. To access Nash County birth certificates and death records:

  • Visit the NCDHHS - NC Office for Vital Records and request records by phone, online, in-person, or through mail
    • To order Nash County birth and death records through a third-party designated vendor, click online to reveal the Order Online link.
    • Scroll down and access the link to the vendor's search page.
    • Select the record of interest from the available options (marriage, divorce, birth, or death records)
    • Provide the necessary information to access the records.

In addition, requesters can download an Application for a Certified Copy form, fill it out, include a check or money order to cover the access fees, and mail the request to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services—Vital Records Division.

To access Nash County birth and death records through the Nash County Register of Deeds, visit the Deeds Office website, scroll down, and click the link to a designated third-party vendor's website. Alternatively, requesters can download a certified copy application form, fill it out, and mail it to the Nash County Register of Deeds Office using the website's address.

Nash County Probate Court Records

Nash County probate court records are official documents generated during the adjudication of probate cases within Nash County courts. Probate court records include but are not limited to documents, files, and information on guardianship, conservatorship, Wills, trusts, administration of assets, and asset Inventory.

In Nash County, the Superior Court handles probate cases. To obtain Nash County probate court records:

  • Contact the Nash County Clerk of Court Office by phone or in person
  • Request to access probate court records
  • Pay any applicable access fees
  • Provide valid identification
  • Wait for the processing of the records.

Nash County Property Records

Nash County property records are official documents relating to real estate within Nash County.

Generally, property records include information on:

  • Property ownerships Information
  • Parcel Number
  • Deeds
  • Liens and Encumbrances
  • Plat Maps
  • Zoning information
  • Property Sales History
  • Property Tax Information
  • Property Assessment

In Nash County, the Register of Deeds Office and the Nash County Tax Assessor's Office are the custodians for property records. To access Nash County property records:

  • Visit the Nash County Register of Deeds website
  • Scroll down and click the Online link to access the Nash County's Register of Deeds Indexed Records search page
  • Search for property records by name, file number, date range, and other available criteria

To look up Nash County property Deeds from 1777 through 1969, click the Online Records Search link to access the Search Index Book page.

Also, requesters seeking Nash County Property tax records should log in to the Nash County, NC - Tax Search portal and search for property records using the owner's name, address, parcel ID, or PIN.

Nash County Court Records Online

Third-party online resources like Northcarolinacourtrecords.us are an easy and convenient way to access Nash County court records. These websites may make records accessible from different locations and at any time. Some third-party websites also have advanced search tool features that allow users to filter and access court records in real-time.

However, using third-party resources to access Nash court records poses potential risks to user information. In addition, information on third-party sites may be outdated or inadequate.

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  • Driving Violations
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  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Federal Dockets
  • Probate Records
  • Marriage Records
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  • Death Records
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