How do I find out if I have a warrant in Franklin County?

How do I find out if I have a warrant in Franklin County?

Here is how you check: outstanding warrants are public records which can be found using Franklin County Municipal Clerk Lori Tyack’s Court Access and Search Engine (CASE). Follow the instructions and fill out the search form with First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, and any other applicable information.

How do I get a copy of my divorce papers in Ohio?

Certified copies of marriage licenses and divorce decrees can only be obtained from the county where the event was recorded.

  1. Marriage certificate copies can be obtained from the specific county probate court.
  2. Divorce decrees can be requested from the specific county where it was finalized.

How do you check see if you have a warrant Columbus Ohio?

Please visit our website at to search for warrants under your name. You may also call our office at 614-645-8186. We can only confirm warrants that we have entered, so if you have a warrant through another court, this office may not be able to access the information.

How can you find out if someone is divorced in Ohio?

Ohio state does not possess a central online database to search for divorce and marriage records. Instead, it is necessary to find in which Ohio county the divorce transpired, and visit the official county website for that specific county.

What are the duties of a Columbus County Attorney?

He may detail such of his assistants as he may deem proper to assist in such work. He shall prosecute all cases brought before such court and perform the same duties, so far as they are applicable thereto, as are required of the prosecuting attorney of the county.” Columbus City Charter, section 68

When was the Franklin County municipal court created?

Prior to 1916, the Court operated under the Justice of the Peace System until the General Assembly of the State of Ohio created the Municipal Court. In 1955, the Court was given countywide jurisdiction and in 1968 it’s name was changed to the Franklin County Municipal Court.

Can the Clerk of court receive complaints for restitution of premises?

Updated September 11, 2020: Administrative Order 19-2020 , The Clerk of Court may receive any civil filing, including complaints for restitution of premises, by way of a “drop box” installed on the premises of the Franklin County Municipal Court. Please read the full administrative order for additional details and information.

Where is the Franklin County municipal court’s self help resource center?

The Franklin County Municipal Court’s new Self Help Resource Center is now open. The Resource Center is located on the 6th floor of 375 S. High Street, and is open to the public between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Resource Center cannot provide legal advice or representation.