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Licking County Court Records

Licking County court records provide information about cases heard by the courts in the county. Similar to Ohio court records, Licking County court records typically contain various information, including but not limited to case information, pleadings, motions, dockets, exhibits, evidence, court orders, and judgments.

Are Court Records Public in Licking County?

In accordance with the Ohio Public Records Act, members of the general public can access and obtain copies of Licking court records. However, certain restrictions or limitations may apply to accessing specific court records in Licking County. For instance, some records may be sealed or restricted by court order to protect sensitive information, such as those involving juveniles, mental health issues, or cases of domestic violence. Additionally, certain confidential information, such as social security numbers and financial account details, may be redacted to safeguard privacy.

Licking County Court Records Search

The Licking County Clerk of Courts maintains the records of the General and Domestic Relations Divisions, while the records of the Probate-Juvenile Division are kept in the courthouse.

Persons interested in searching civil and criminal cases handled by the General and Domestic Relations Divisions can use the court electronic records portal. The portal provides different search options, including parties’ names, case types, and case numbers. In-person or mail requests can also be submitted at the applicable divisions of the Clerk’s office.

Requesters should prepare a written request (parties' names and case number) and include payment (5 cents per page for plain copies, $2 for certified and authenticated copies). The request should be submitted to the applicable office below:

Licking County Clerk of Courts - General Division (Civil & Criminal)
1 Courthouse Square
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5791
Fax: (740) 670-5886
Hours: Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

 

Licking County Clerk of Courts - Domestic Relations Division
75 E. Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5392
Fax: (740) 670-5398
Hours: Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

For probate and juvenile court records, record seekers can search the online court records search portal. Additionally, requests can be made in person or by mail to the Probate-Juvenile Divisions of the Licking County Common Pleas:

Probate-Juvenile Division of the Licking County Common Pleas Court
1 North Park Place
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5624
Fax: (740) 670-5880

Licking County Court Records Search by Name

To perform a name-based search for court records or case information, use the applicable online portal below:

Licking County Courts

Licking County has one Court of Common Pleas (with four Divisions), one Municipal Court, and 10 Mayor’s Courts. The Court of Common Pleas has general jurisdiction over all criminal and civil cases and handles cases beyond the jurisdiction of the other courts in the county.

The Municipal Court has jurisdiction over misdemeanors, traffic, and small claims cases. The Mayor’s Courts hear criminal and quasi-criminal cases in territory that are not within the jurisdiction of a Municipal Court, including violations of municipal ordinances, some criminal traffic cases, including operating while under the influence, and some parking violations.

Below are the addresses and contact information of the courts in Licking County:

Courts of Common Pleas in Licking County
Licking County Court of Common Pleas - Domestic Relations Division
75 E Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5399
Fax: (740) 670-5398

 

Licking County Court of Common Pleas - General Division
Licking County Courthouse
1 Courthouse Square
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5791
Fax: (740) 670-5886

 

Licking County Court of Common Pleas - Probate-Juvenile Division
1 N Park Place
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5624
Fax: (740) 670-5881

Municipal Courts in Licking County

Licking County Municipal Court
40 W Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-7800
Fax: (740) 345-4250

Mayor’s Courts in Licking County

Alexandria Mayor’s Court
4 W Main Street
P.O. Box 96
Alexandria, OH 43001
Phone: (740) 924-2539
Fax: (740) 924-2535

 

Buckeye Lake Mayor’s Court
5192 Walnut Road SE
P.O. Box 27
Buckeye Lake, OH 43008
Phone: (740) 928-7100
Fax: (740) 928-8843

 

Granville Mayor’s Court
141 E Broadway
Granville, OH 43023
Phone: (740) 587-0707
Fax: (740) 587-0128

 

Hartford Mayor’s Court
Village Hall
2 N High Street
P.O. Box 253
Croton, OH 43013
Phone: (740) 893-2099

 

Hebron Mayor’s Court
934 W Main Street
P.O. Box 898
Hebron, OH 43025
Phone: (740) 928-9402
Fax: (740) 928-2222

 

Johnstown Mayor’s Court
599 S Main Street
P.O. Box 457
Johnstown, OH 43031
Phone: (740) 967-5961

 

Kirkersville Mayor’s Court
Kirkersville Village Hall
135 N 4th Street
P.O. Box 267
Kirkersville, OH 43033
Phone: (740) 964-9944

 

Pataskala Mayor’s Court
621 W Broad Street
Pataskala, OH 43062
Phone: (740) 927-3361
Fax: (740) 927-0228

 

St. Louisville Mayor’s Court
1 School Street
St. Louisville, OH 43071
Phone: (740) 745-3401
Fax: (740) 745-1283

 

Utica Mayor’s Court
39 Spring Street
P.O. Box 524
Utica, OH 43080
Phone: (740) 892-4585
Fax: (740) 892-3433

Licking County Court of Common Pleas Records

The Licking County Court of Common Pleas handles various cases, including civil, criminal, domestic relations, probate, and juvenile matters. Accessing records specific to the Court of Common Pleas in Licking County depends on the division.

The Licking County Clerk of Courts maintains the records of the General and Domestic Relations Divisions. Individuals can use the court electronic records portal to search for records using parties’ names, case types, and case numbers. In-person or mail requests can also be submitted to the applicable division of the Clerk's office, along with a written request (names of the parties and case number) and include payment (5 cents per page for plain copies, $2 for certified and authenticated copies):

Licking County Clerk of Courts - General Division (Civil & Criminal)
1 Courthouse Square
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5791
Fax: (740) 670-5886
Hours: Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

 

Licking County Clerk of Courts - Domestic Relations Division
75 E. Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5392
Fax: (740) 670-5398
Hours: Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The records of the Probate-Juvenile Division are located in the division's courthouse. Interested persons can conduct searches using the online court records search portal. Also, in-person or mail requests can be made to the address and contact information below:

Probate-Juvenile Division of the Licking County Common Pleas Court
1 North Park Place
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5624
Fax: (740) 670-5880

Licking County Criminal Records

Licking County criminal records are official documents that provide in-depth information about the criminal history of county residents. They include Licking County arrest records, charges, prosecutions, convictions, and sentences. The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) provides interested individuals in the state access to criminal records.

The BCI provides interested individuals access to their criminal history record checks online through Livescan or card scan. This service is provided through the Computerized Criminal History Records service. A requester is required to furnish the following information:

  • The name of the record owner/search subject
  • Current address, and
  • Other identifying characteristics.

The record owner/search subject’s complete set of fingerprints and signed consent (whether personal request or for employment purposes) is required. The requester will be required to provide a valid photo ID. A criminal history record check costs $22. A requester can pay this fee with credit/debit cards, checks, or money orders to the “Treasurer of the State of Ohio”. Requests should be submitted to any of these BCI offices:

BCI London
1560 State Route 56 SW
London, OH 43140

 

BCI Richfield Office
4055 Highlander Parkway
Richfield, OH 44286

 

BCI Bowling Green Office
750 North College Drive
Bowling Green, OH 43402

 

BCI Youngstown Office
20 West Federal Street
Youngstown, OH 44503

Alternatively, visit the Licking County Sheriff’s Office to carry out fingerprint scans. The request for criminal records can be made through the Sheriff’s Office or any BCI office.

The address and contact information of the Sheriff’s Office is below:

Licking County Sheriff’s Office
155 E Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5555

Licking County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The Licking County Clerk of Courts maintains the records of the General Division of the Court of Common Pleas, which handles criminal matters in the county. Residents can search criminal court case information using the court electronic records portal. The portal can be searched using parties’ names, case types, and case numbers.

Copies can be requested by making in-person or mail requests. Prepare a written request containing the name of the defendant and case number and include payment (5 cents per page for plain copies, $2 for certified and authenticated copies). Submit the request to the address below:

Licking County Clerk of Courts - General Division (Civil & Criminal)
1 Courthouse Square
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5791
Fax: (740) 670-5886
Hours: Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Get Licking County Civil Court Records

The General Division of the Court of Common Pleas hears civil matters in the county. The Licking County Clerk of Courts maintains the civil court records from cases handled by the court. Civil court records can be searched using the court electronic records portal. The available search options include parties’ names, case types, and case numbers.

Copies of civil court records can be requested from the Clerk’s office in person or by mail. A requester should prepare a written request (parties' names and case number) and include payment (5 cents per page for plain copies, $2 for certified and authenticated copies). The request should be submitted to:

Licking County Clerk of Courts - General Division (Civil & Criminal)
1 Courthouse Square
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5791
Fax: (740) 670-5886
Hours: Monday to Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Licking County Family Court Records

In Licking County, the Domestic Relations Division of the Court of Common Pleas primarily oversees family law cases. These cases encompass a broad spectrum of family-related legal matters, including divorce proceedings, child custody disputes, child support arrangements, issues of paternity, cases of domestic violence, adoption proceedings, and the establishment of guardianships.

To access family court records in Licking County, use the online access portal provided by the Clerk of Courts. This portal enables individuals to search for cases by various criteria, such as party names, attorneys, or case numbers. Additionally, it may offer access to daily schedules for judges and magistrates, a quick index for alphabetical case searches, a general index for detailed case information, and docket sheets summarizing case details.

Requests for copies of family court records can be made either in person or by mail to the Clerk of Courts - Domestic Relations Division. The cost for obtaining copies is typically specified, often based on a per-page fee, and requests must include payment along with relevant details such as the parties' names and the case number.

Licking County Clerk of Courts - Domestic Relations Division
75 E. Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5392
Fax: (740) 670-5398
Hours: Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Licking Dissolution of Marriage Records

The Licking County Clerk of Courts is the custodian of the dissolution of marriage records in the county. To obtain a dissolution of marriage records, prepare a written request with the information below:

  • Names of divorced parties
  • The date of divorce
  • The relationship of the requester to the record owners
  • The purpose of querying the record

Submit the written request with payment to the office of the Clerk of Courts at:

Licking County Clerk of Courts - Domestic Relations Division
75 E. Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5392
Fax: (740) 670-5398
Hours: Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Licking County Marriage and Divorce Records

In Licking County, the Licking County Clerk of Courts keeps copies of divorce records, while the Probate-Juvenile Division is the custodian of Licking County marriage records.

The Licking County Clerk of Courts maintains the county's divorce records. To obtain a divorce record, a requester will be required to provide a written request with information such as:

  • Names of divorced parties
  • The date of divorce
  • The relationship of the requester to the record owners
  • The purpose of querying the record

The written request should be submitted to the office of the Clerk of Courts at:

Licking County Clerk of Courts - Domestic Relations Division
75 E. Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5392
Fax: (740) 670-5398
Hours: Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Probate-Juvenile Division records and issues copies of Licking County marriage certificates. Copies of marriage records are available to the married couple and their immediate family members. Authorized persons obtaining copies of Licking County marriage records will need to complete the Request for Certified Copy of Marriage Record form. The completed form should be returned in person or via mail with payment ($2 per copy) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Apply to:

Probate-Juvenile Division of the Licking County Common Pleas Court
1 North Park Place
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5624
Fax: (740) 670-5880

Licking Birth and Death Records

The Licking County Health Department (LCHD) records and maintains copies of Licking County birth and death records. Certified birth and death records can be obtained for $25, inclusive of $13.50 in state fees. Certified copies are needed for official purposes. They have the registrar’s seal and are printed on special security paper. Certified copies are generally issued to the registrant and immediate family members only.

To request a Licking County birth certificate or death record, you can visit the LCHD office at:

675 Price Road
Newark, OH 43055
(740) 349-6535

The office is open from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Alternatively, complete the Vital Records Request form and mail the application with payment to the address above.

Licking County Probate Court Records

The Probate-Juvenile Division of the Licking County Court of Common Pleas in Ohio handles a variety of probate matters, including estate administration, guardianship appointments, medical treatment consents, civil involuntary commitments for mental health, adoptions, birth record corrections, name changes, marriage licenses, trust supervision, land appropriations, and will-related issues such as constructions and contests.

Record seekers can search probate court records using the online court records search portal. In-person or mail requests can be submitted to the court division below:

Probate-Juvenile Division of the Licking County Common Pleas Court
1 North Park Place
Newark, OHI 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5624
Fax: (740) 670-5880

Licking County Property Records

In Licking County, Ohio, property records are accessible through online search tools provided by both the Licking County Auditor and the Licking County Recorder. The Auditor’s office is responsible for determining property values for taxation purposes and facilitating real property deed transfers. The online property search portal allows individuals to access a range of property-related information, including property values, tax assessments, ownership history, and property characteristics. The Auditor’s office can be reached at:

20 South Second Street
Newark, OH 43055

The office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Licking County Recorder's office also provides an online property search portal. The Recorder maintains records of property deeds, which include details about property ownership, transfers, liens, and mortgages. Individuals interested in accessing property deed records can use the online search tool provided by the Recorder's office. The Recorder’s address and contact information is below:

Licking County Recorder
20 S. Second Street
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: (740) 670-5300
Fax: (740) 670-5303

Licking County Court Records Online

Third-party online resources like Ohiocourtrecords.us may offer a convenient solution for accessing Licking County court records. These platforms often aggregate data from various sources, offering a broader scope of records than official county courthouse websites alone. Advantages include enhanced search functionalities, such as advanced filters and cross-county searches, streamlining the process of finding specific records. However, third-party platforms operate independently of government entities. As such, the accuracy of the results may vary.

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