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Montgomery County Court Records

Court records in Montgomery County, Ohio, provide a general documentation of proceedings and actions taken within the jurisdiction of the county’s courts. These records hold significant importance in legal matters as they give details on matters, rulings, judgments, and other pertinent information related to legal proceedings conducted within courts in Montgomery County. Typically, Ohio court records contain various information, including but not limited to case information, pleadings and motions, court orders, hearing transcripts, dockets, exhibits, and judgments.

Are Court Records Public in Montgomery County, Ohio?

Under the Ohio Public Records Act, court records are part of Montgomery County Public Records. Any person has the right to inspect and copy records created and maintained by governmental agencies, including county courts, subject to exceptions and limitations by law or court order.

However, although the majority of Ohio court records are available for public inspection, certain types of records may be subject to restrictions or limitations. Records or information exempt from public access include personal, sensitive, or confidential information or matters sealed or expunged by court order.

Montgomery County Court Records Search

Individuals can carry out Montgomery County court records search by submitting a formal request by mail or email, or in person to the Montgomery County Clerk of Courts below:

Montgomery County Clerk of Courts Office - Records Section
Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N. Perry Street, Room 104,
Dayton, OH 45422
recordssection@mcohio.org

Montgomery County court records can also be accessed through an online search.

If a Municipal Court handled the matter, you can request copies in person, by mail, telephone, or fax, depending on the division.

The Eastern Division’s contact information is below:

6111 Taylorsville Road
Huber Heights, OH 45424
Phone: (937) 496-7231
Fax: (937) 496-7236

The Western Division’s contact information is below:

875 E Main Street
Trotwood, OH 45426
Phone: (937) 687-9099
Fax: (937) 687-7119

If you are making a mail request, your application should be accompanied with payment for copies (10 cents for regular copies, $1 for certified copies, and $5 for authenticated copies) and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order. Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order. Credit or debit cards are accepted for Municipal Courts record requests.

Montgomery County Court Records Search by Name

To perform a Montgomery County court record search by name, identify the court where the case was decided and visit the courthouse. Montgomery County court records may be searched by name through the court docket or name index. They provide case information using the names of the parties. You can also carry out a name-based online search.

Montgomery County Courts

Montgomery County courts include:

  • The Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas
  • Municipal Courts and County Courts
  • Courts of Claim
  • Mayor’s Courts (Note: This is not a court of record)
  • The Montgomery Court of Common Pleas: This court has general jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases. It hears cases that are beyond the jurisdiction of the other lower courts. It is divided into four divisions - General, Juvenile, Domestic Relations, and Probate Divisions.
  • Municipal and County Courts: These courts have limited jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases. They hear civil matters where the disputed claim is between $500 and $15,000 and criminal misdemeanors, felony preliminary hearings, violations of township resolutions, and some parking violations.
  • Courts of Claim: They have original jurisdiction over civil cases filed against the state or its agencies, including contract disputes, property damage, personal injury, work discrimination, and wrongful imprisonment.
  • Mayor’s Courts: They hear certain types of criminal and quasi-criminal cases in territory that is not within the jurisdiction of a Municipal Court. This includes violations of municipal ordinances, some criminal traffic cases, including operating while under the influence, and some parking violations.

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Court Records

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas are trial courts with general jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases. They have jurisdiction over felonies and civil matters involving more than $15,000. The court has four divisions, including the General DivisionProbate DivisionJuvenile Division, and Domestic Relations Division.

The Montgomery County Clerk of Courts is the custodian of court records of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. Interested individuals may access court records by making in-person, mail, email, or online requests. The address and contact information are below:

Montgomery County Clerk of Courts Office - Records Section
Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N. Perry Street, Room 104,
Dayton, OH 45422
recordssection@mcohio.org

Mail application should be accompanied by payment for copies and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Copy fees depend on the type of copy requested (regular, certified, or authenticated). Regular copies cost 10 cents per page, certified copies cost $1 per page, and authenticated copies cost $5 per page. Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order.

Montgomery County Criminal Records

Montgomery County criminal records are public records and are kept at the county and state level. At the county level, the custodian is the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. Montgomery criminal records requests are directed to the Records Department in person, by mail, or by fax. Submit your request to:

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office - Records Department
345 W. Second Street
Dayton, OH 45422
Phone: (937) 225-4357
Fax: (937) 496-7975

The Records Department is open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm for inquiries and record requests. Below are the applicable fees for record requests:

Fax - 10 cents per page

Mail - 50 cents per envelope, while mail larger than a letter-size envelope will be charged the actual cost.

Certified copy - 25 cents per page

CD with electronic file - $1 each

Background check - $3

Payment may be made with cash, check, or money order.

Montgomery County Criminal Court Case Lookup

To look up Montgomery County criminal court case information, you should first identify the court that handled the case (Court of Common Pleas or Municipal Court). Once you have identified the court, use the information to conduct a case look up in the court.

To look up Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas criminal case information, you can visit the Records Section of the Clerk of Courts office or send a mail or email request to:

Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N. Perry Street, Room 104
Dayton, OH 45422
recordssection@mcohio.org

Mail requests must be accompanied by payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope. You can also email the Clerk of Courts Records Section at. In addition, there is an online search option for interested persons.

To look up Municipal Court criminal case information, you can make requests for copies in person, or by mail, telephone, or fax, depending on the division.

The Eastern Division’s contact information is:

6111 Taylorsville Road
Huber Heights, OH 45424
Phone: (937) 496-7231
Fax: (937) 496-7236

The Western Division’s contact information is below:

875 E Main Street
Trotwood, OH 45426
Phone: (937) 687-9099
Fax: (937) 687-7119

The cost of copies includes 10 cents for regular copies, $1 for certified copies, and $5 for authenticated copies. Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order and credit or debit cards for Municipal Courts.

Get Montgomery County Civil Court Records

Montgomery County civil court records are documents related to civil cases that provide information about civil matters handled by the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas or Municipal Courts in the county. They include complaints or amended complaints, pleadings, motions, dockets, exhibits, summons, notices, orders, and judgments.

To get Montgomery County civil court records, you can either visit the Records Section of the Clerk of Courts office in person or send a mail request. The address is below:

Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N. Perry Street, Room 104
Dayton, OH 45422.

Also, you can send an email to the Clerk of Courts Records Section at recordssection@mcohio.org. In addition, there is an online search option that allows interested persons to search case information using case number, party names, case type, and date.

Municipal Court civil court records are available through in person, mail, telephone, or fax request, depending on the division.

The Eastern Division’s contact information is:

6111 Taylorsville Road
Huber Heights, OH 45424
Phone: (937) 496-7231
Fax: (937) 496-7236

The Western Division’s contact information is below:

875 E Main Street
Trotwood, OH 45426
Phone: (937) 687-9099
Fax: (937) 687-7119

Send mail requests with payment for copies (10 cents for regular copies, $1 for certified copies, and $5 for authenticated copies) and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order. Credit or debit cards are also accepted at the Municipal Court.

Montgomery County Family Court Records

The Domestic Relations Division of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas hears family law-related matters, including divorce, dissolution, separation and annulment, spousal and child support, child custody, parental rights, and cases involving paternity, child abuse and neglect, and truancy. Certain Montgomery County Family court records and information are confidential and exempt from public access. This includes personal information of an abuse victim and minor/juvenile, financial account numbers, state identification numbers and social security numbers of parties, child services records, medical records, and property inventory.

To obtain Montgomery County family court records, you can either visit the Records Section of the Clerk of Courts office in person or send a mail or email request. The contact information of the Clerk of Courts is below:

Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N. Perry Street, Room 104
Dayton, OH 45422
recordssection@mcohio.org

Montgomery Dissolution of Marriage Records

The Domestic Relations Division of Montgomery County handles dissolution of marriage matters, while the Clerk of Courts maintains Montgomery County's dissolution of marriage records. To obtain dissolution of marriage records, visit the Records Section of the Clerk of Courts office or send a mail or email request to:

Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N. Perry Street, Room 104
Dayton, OH 45422
recordssection@mcohio.org

All mail requests must be sent with payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Montgomery County Marriage and Divorce Records

Montgomery County marriage records and divorce records are open to any member of the public. The Probate Division of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas issues Montgomery County marriage certificates and licenses, while the Domestic Relations Division handles Montgomery County divorce records. The Montgomery County Clerk of Courts maintains divorce and marriage records.

To obtain marriage or divorce records, visit the office address below or contact the number:

Montgomery County Courts Building
41 North Perry Street
Dayton, OH 45422
(937) 225-4649 (marriage records)
(937) 496-7623 (divorce records)

Montgomery Birth and Death Records

Montgomery County birth records and Montgomery County death records are considered to be public records by the Ohio Public Records Law. The Public Health Department – Dayton and Montgomery County is the county's custodian of birth and death records. It maintains Montgomery birth and death certificates after 1908.

Interested persons can access birth and death records by making in-person or mail requests. Fill out the Application for Certified Copies form and attach payment and a copy of your valid ID. Submit the application in person or by mail to:

Public Health-Dayton and Montgomery County - Office of Vital Statistics
Reibold Building, 1st floor
117 S Main Street.
Dayton, OH 45422
(937) 496-3117

Montgomery County Probate Court Records

The Probate Division of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas handles probate matters. This includes matters regarding the administration of wills, estates, and guardianship arrangements. Persons interested in obtaining Montgomery County probate court records can visit the Records Section of the Clerk of Courts office in person or send a mail request:

Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N. Perry Street, Room 104
Dayton, OH 45422.

Alternatively, an email can be sent to the Clerk of Courts Records Section at recordssection@mcohio.org.

Montgomery County Property Records

Montgomery County property records include information about real property in the county. It includes information about deeds or documents indicating transfer of interest in the property, property tax records, property assessment, liens, ownership history, and easements.

Access to Montgomery County property records depends on the type of property record you seek. Information about deeds and documents used to transfer titles can be gotten from the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office. You can call (937) 225-4373 or send a mail to mcrealestate@mcohio.org. Alternatively, you can do an online property search. You can search by address, owner, or parcel.

The Montgomery County Recorder also provides access to property records online, by mail, and in person. The online search portal allows users to search using name, index type, date, and sort order. The contact information of the Montgomery County Recorder for in-person, mail, email, and telephone requests is below:

Montgomery County Recorder
451 W Third Street (5th Floor)
Dayton, OH 45422-1387
(937) 225-4275
mcrecorder@mcohio.org

The Montgomery County Treasurer maintains property tax information in the county, which can be accessed online or by contacting the office below:

451 W. Third Street
Dayton, OH 45422
Phone: (937) 225-4010
Fax: (937) 496-7122

Montgomery County Court Records Online

The Montgomery County Clerk of Courts provides online access for record requests. T Third-party online resources like courtrecords.us may also offer convenient access to court records in Montgomery County, providing expanded search capabilities and user-friendly interfaces. However, users should be aware of potential accuracy issues, fees, and data privacy concerns associated with these platforms. While they offer convenience, it is important to verify information obtained from third-party websites with official court records when necessary.

Montgomery County Courts

Below are the addresses and contact information of the courts in Montgomery County, Ohio:

Courts of Common Pleas in Montgomery County

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas - Domestic Relations Division
Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N Perry Street
Dayton, OH 45422
Phone: (937) 225-4063
Fax: (937) 496-7443

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas - General Division
Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N Perry Street, Room 106
Dayton, OH 45422
Phone: (937) 225-4512 (Civil)
Fax: (937) 496-7220 (Civil)
Phone: (937) 225-4536 (Criminal)
Fax: (937) 496-7581 (Criminal)

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas - Juvenile Division
Juvenile Justice Center
380 W 2nd Street
Dayton, OH 45422
Phone: (937) 496-7908

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas - Juvenile Division - Satellite Juvenile Court of Washington Township, City of Kettering, and City of Centerville
Washington Township Government Center
8200 McEwen Road
Centerville, OH 45458
Phone: (937) 433-0152

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas - Probate Court
Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N Perry Street
Dayton, OH 45422
Phone: (937) 225-4640
Fax: (937) 496-3181

Municipal Courts in Montgomery County

Dayton Municipal Court
Dayton-Montgomery County Courts Building
301 W 3rd Street
P.O. Box 10700
Dayton, OH 45402
Phone: (937) 333-4300

Kettering Municipal Court
2325 Wilmington Pike
Kettering, OH 45420
Phone: (937) 296-2461
Fax: (937) 534-7017

Miamisburg Municipal Court
10 N 1st Street
Miamisburg, OH 45342
Phone: (937) 866-2203
Fax: (937) 866-0135

Montgomery County Municipal Court Eastern Division
6111 Taylorsville Road
Huber Heights, OH 45424
Phone: (937) 225-5824 (Civil)
Fax: (937) 496-7236 (Civil)
Phone: (937) 496-7231 (Criminal/Traffic)
Fax: (937) 496-7236 (Criminal/Traffic)

Montgomery County Municipal Court Western Division
195 S Clayton Road
New Lebanon, OH 45345
Phone: (937) 687-9092 (Civil)
Fax: (937) 687-7119 (Civil)
Phone: (937) 687-9099 (Criminal/Traffic)
Fax: (937) 687-7119 (Criminal/Traffic)

Oakwood Municipal Court
30 Park Avenue
Dayton, OH 45419
Phone: (937) 293-3058

Vandalia Municipal Court
245 James E. Bohanan Memorial Drive
P.O. Box 429
Vandalia, OH 45377
Phone: (937) 898-3996
Fax: (937) 898-6648

Mayor’s Courts in Montgomery County

Moraine Mayor’s Court
4200 Dryden Road
Moraine, OH 45439
Phone: (937) 535-1010
Fax: (937) 535-1289

Phillipsburg Mayor’s Court
10868 Brookville-Phillipsburg Road
P.O. Box 172
Phillipsburg, OH 45354
Phone: (937) 884-5594

West Carrollton Mayor’s Court
300 E Central Avenue
West Carrollton, OH 45449
Phone: (937) 859-8289

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