The first 20 copies are free. There is a $.05 for each copy above 20. Certified copies are $1.00.
We put alerts on cases for the following reasons: Bankruptcy stays, Garnishment hearings and releases, civil capias warrants and cases where the Accounting/Finance Division needs to check the docket.
We can give an approximate amount, but the Plaintiff or the attorney for the Plaintiff should be contacted for that information. The Clerk's Office does not keep track of the balance owed on civil cases.
Use the Records Search to look up the case number and call information at (614) 645-7220.
You will need to contact an attorney for legal advice.
If you have your case number, you can call our file room at (614) 645-7220 to have them pull the file.
No, the open and closed status is used only for Supreme Court Reporting purposes.
Charges may be filed through the Prosecutor's Office located on the 7th floor of 375 South High Street.
They are located at 375 South High Street on the 18th floor or call (614) 645-7780.
You need to call the attorney representing the plaintiff or the plaintiff.
Information can be obtained on our website or if you have your case number, you may call our file room at (614) 645-7220.
Please check your case on our website under public access case search or call our information desk at (614) 645-7220.
With your case number, please call our disbursement desk at (614) 645-2545.
Yes we do. We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover Card.
That information can be obtained on our website or if you have your case number, you may call our file room at (614) 645-7220 - Prompt 1.
That information can be obtained by looking up your case on our website. You could also request that the file could be pulled by the fileroom (614) 645-7220 - Prompt 1 to review the complaint.
That information can be obtained by looking up your case on our website or if you have your case number call our file room at (614) 645-8186 - Prompt #1.
You can get a complaint form on the 16th floor of 375 South High Street. The Small Claims division staff will assist you in the filing process and with collecting judgments. You may contact the Small Claims division at (614) 645-7381.
We hold all checks for three weeks before disbursing any funds to ensure that the payment has not been cancelled or returned for insufficient funds. This is done because:
You write the case information on a piece of paper, write what you want to do with the case along with your name and signature, and then mail it 375 S. High St 3rd Floor or you can fax it to (614) 645-6919.
You need to contact the plaintiff or the attorney for the plaintiff to file the appropriate satisfaction of judgment or a notice of dismissal. Only the Plaintiff or their representation can file it. If you cannot contact them you can bring your proof of all payments and take the case file to a duty judge for determination.