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Lowndes County Court Records

Lowndes County court records are legal documents containing information about the criminal and civil proceedings held in the county's court. These records include copies of evidence, writs, subpoenas, transcripts, orders, and judgments.

In Lowndes County, Mississippi, court records help ensure an impartial and open legal system. They guarantee equal access to information and foster public confidence in the legal system. Through these court records, citizens of the state can understand how the judicial system works.

Are Court Records Public in Lowndes County?

Yes. According to the Mississippi Public Records Act, Lowndes County court records are accessible to members of the public. Unless the record is deemed confidential by law, citizens can review and make copies of these records. Only authorized agencies can provide access to Lowndes County Public Records upon request.

Lowndes County Court Records Search

Interested persons may conduct a court record search in Lowndes County through the County Circuit Clerk's office. These searches may also be performed using the online databases maintained by the Clerk's Office.

Lowndes County Court Records Search by Name

The Lowndes County Circuit Clerk's online records search page allows the public to search for various court records in the county. To conduct a name-based search:

  • Visit the case search portal
  • Click on the 'Criminal or Civil Court Case' link.
  • Enter the defendant's' first and last name' into one of the fields to view the case information.

Access to each court case will require the individual to create an account and make a subscription fee of $30/monthly and $360/annually.

Lowndes County Courts

The Lowndes County court system comprises Circuit Courts, Chancery Courts, County Courts, Youth Courts, and Justice Courts. The addresses and contact details of these courts are as follows:

Lowndes County Circuit Court
Lowndes County Courthouse
505 2nd Ave North
P.O. Box 31
Columbus, MS 39703
Phone: (662) 329-5900
Fax: (662) 329-5935

 

Lowndes County Chancery Court
Lowndes County Courthouse
505 2nd Ave North
P.O. Box 684
Columbus, MS 39703
Phone: (662) 329-5844
Fax: (622) 241-1913

 

County Court of Lowndes County
Lowndes County Courthouse
505 2nd Ave North
P.O. Box 31
Columbus, MS 39703
Phone: (662) 329-5900
Fax: (662) 329-5935

 

Lowndes County Youth Court
505 2nd Ave North
P.O. Box 31
Columbus, MS 39703
Phone: (662) 329-5945
Fax: (662) 329-5935

 

Lowndes County Justice Court
309 South, Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Columbus, MS 39701
Phone: (662) 329-5929
Fax: (662) 245-4619

 

Caledonia Municipal Court
P.O. Box 100
Caledonia, MS 39740
Phone: (662) 356-4117
Fax: (662) 356-9122

 

Columbus Municipal Court
1501 Main Street
Columbus, MS 39701
Phone: (662) 244-3500 ext. 3.

Lowndes County Court Case Search

The Lowndes County Court has jurisdiction over major proceedings and juvenile matters. Some of the cases that the court may hear include:

  • Eminent Domain
  • Civil action appeals from Justice Court
  • Civil actions between $3,500 and $200,000
  • Criminal appeals from Municipal and Justice Court.

Individuals may search for official court case records in person at the courthouse. Requesters may also request a Public Record Form to view and search for court records. The fee for record searches via the courthouse's official website is $10 per name per record. The search page on the Lowndes County Circuit Clerk's website allows users to find County Court case records online.

Lowndes County Circuit Court Records

Lowndes County Circuit Court hears criminal cases, civil action appeals from county court, and civil actions over $200,000. The County Circuit Clerk is the custodian of court case records. Individuals can visit the Lowndes County Circuit Clerk's Search Page to access records generated by this court. The information required to obtain court records includes full names, case numbers, filed date and number, and case type.

Lowndes County Criminal Records

Individuals may obtain criminal records from the Department of Public Safety by performing an online criminal record check. State laws prohibit the release of criminal records to third parties other than the record subject. Nevertheless, it is still possible to aggregate information about a person's criminal activity by requesting selected details (pertaining to their criminal activity) separately.

For example, the inmate roster maintained by the Lowndes County Sheriff's Department contains information on recently arrested persons in Lowndes County. Each record includes the inmate's I.D., custody details, and reporting agency. Similarly, the Mississippi Department of Corrections maintains information on persons serving time in state correctional facilities.

Lowndes County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Individuals can search for Lowndes County criminal court case information online through the County Circuit Clerk's website. The Criminal Case Court Case database allows users to access information about criminal cases from 1993 to the present in Lowndes County. Requesters must provide at least one of the following details to look up a court record:

  • The defendant's first and last name
  • Case number
  • Plaintiff's name
  • Case filing date.

Interested persons may visit or send a written request to the Clerk's Office to obtain a criminal court record in person or via mail at:

505 2nd Avenue
Room 260
Columbus, MS 39701
Phone: (662) 329-5900

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 31
Columbus, MS 39703.

Get Lowndes County Civil Court Records

According to Mississippi Public Record Laws, Lowndes County civil court records may be considered public information unless otherwise determined by statute or judicial order. Upon request, authorized agencies may make these records available to interested members of the public. Some civil court cases heard by the county's courts include those pertaining to interpersonal disputes, intra- and inter-business rifts of a civil nature, and related conflicts.

Inquirers may search for civil court case information online through the County Circuit Clerk's website. A Civil Case Court link is available on Delta Computer Systems to access civil case records from 1993 till date. Requesters must provide any of the information below to search for records of interest:

  • The party's first and last name
  • Case number
  • Styled Plaintiff
  • Filed date
  • Docket(book/page)
  • File number.

To obtain a civil court record in person or via mail, interested persons may visit or send a written request to the Clerk's Office at:

505 2nd Avenue
Room 260
Columbus, MS 39701
Phone: (662) 329-5900

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 31
Columbus, MS 39703.

Lowndes County Family Court Records

Lowndes County Chancery Court is a specialized court of limited jurisdiction and hears all family cases in the county. The Chancery Court appoints a Youth Court Referee to handle all youth-related court proceedings.

The Youth and County Court has jurisdiction over the following family-related cases:

  • Adoptions and alimony
  • Commitments of mentally disabled
  • Domestic and family matters: Divorce, child custody, property division

Inquirers may search for chancery court case information online through the County Circuit Clerk's website. A Chancery Case Court link is available on Delta Computer Systems to access family case records from 2002 to 2014. Requesters must provide any of the information below to search:

  • The party's first and last name
  • Case number
  • Filed date
  • Docket(book/page)
  • File number.

To obtain a family court record in person or via mail, interested persons may visit or send a written request to the Clerk's Office.

Lowndes Dissolution of Marriage Records

The Chancery Clerk is tasked with maintaining Lowndes Dissolution of Marriage Records.

Persons interested in accessing these records will be required to state their relationship with the record subject(s) and submit a valid photo identification for verification. Requesters must also provide information such as the date and place of divorce issuance. If the record is confidential, the requestor must obtain written permission from either or both parties to access it.

Inquirers may also visit Lowndes County Chancery Clerk's online records search page to view related records. The divorce records available on this page are dated from 2002 to 2014.

Lowndes County Chancery Clerk's Office
505 2nd Avenue North
Columbus, MS 39701
Phone: (662) 329-5800

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 684
Columbus, MS 39703.

Lowndes County Marriage and Divorce Records

Lowndes County Marriage records are only accessible to authorized persons. These include the record subjects, immediate family members, and other legal representatives. The Mississippi Department of Health Vital Records Office allows individuals to order marriage records in person, online, by phone, or by mail. The fee to search for each marriage record and obtain a certified copy during application is $17. For additional copies ordered simultaneously, requesters will need to pay $6 per copy.

Meanwhile, certified copies of divorce records are available to eligible persons at the Clerk's Office, where the case was adjudicated. Interested persons may visit the Clerk's Office during business hours to obtain copies of divorce records. Most clerk offices also accept mail-in requests. Requests to the vital records office may be addressed thus:

Department of Health Vital Records Office — Ridgeland Office
222 Marketridge Drive
Phone: (601) 206-8200
Fax: (601) 206-8272
E-mail: VRInfo@msdh.ms.gov

 

Mailing address:
Mississippi Vital Records
P.O. Box 1700
Jackson, MS 39215-1700

 

Lowndes County Chancery Clerk's Office
505 2nd Avenue North
Columbus, MS 39701
Phone: (662) 329-5800

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 684
Columbus, MS 39703.

Lowndes County Birth and Death Records

A birth certificate is a legal document stating a child's identity and right to nationality, schooling, health care, passport, property ownership, voting, formal employment, or access to banking services. To the deceased's family, a death certificate ensures the right of family members to access business and financial entitlements or claim insurance benefits.

According to the Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983, only eligible individuals can access birth and death certificates in the county. The Mississippi State Health Department (MSDH) keeps all birth and death records from November 1912.

The MSDH Vital Records office allows eligible persons to order birth and death certificates in person, online, by mail, or by phone. In-person, visit the office below to get copies of a birth or death certificate:

Department of Health Vital Records Office — Ridgeland Office
222 Marketridge Drive
Phone: (601) 206-8200
Fax: (601) 206-8272
E-mail: VRInfo@msdh.ms.gov

For mail-in requests, requestors must complete the appropriate request form—Application for Certified Copy of Birth Certificate or Application for Certified Copy of Death Certificate. The application form contains instructions and requirements for obtaining these vital records. A certified copy of the birth and death certificates is available for $17 for the first copy and $6 for each additional copy ordered simultaneously.

Lowndes County Probate Court Records

The Lowndes County probate court records relate to a deceased person's estate, whether through or without a will. The record provides information on the decedent's date of death, names of spouse, children, parents, relatives, and the place of residence. The various types of probate records include wills, estates, guardianships, and adoptions.

The Lowndes County Chancery Court office handles the county's probate court records. Individuals may obtain copies of probate records by contacting the Chancery Court Clerk's office.

Lowndes County Property Records

Lowndes County property records are documents pertaining to the county's real estate, including deeds, abstracts and indexes, mortgages, leases, grants, and land patents.

Individuals may access these records through the Chancery Court office. The Chancery Court Clerk provides access to an online record search tool using the name, guarantee, guarantor, and matching criteria. The information available through this database includes the parties' names, instrument data, and images associated with the record. Inquirers may also request property record information via mail or in person.

Lowndes County Court Records Online

Several third-party aggregate sites like Mississippicourtrecords.us also allow access to court records online. These websites aggregate information across multiple jurisdictions and are touted for convenience and expedited service. However, users will typically be charged a one-time or subscription fee to access these services, depending on their user's preferences. They will also be required to provide information to facilitate the record search.

However, the availability and accuracy of records on third-party sites may differ from those of official custodians. This is because third-party sites are operated independently of government-owned repositories. Consequently, inquirers are advised to verify the information obtained from these sites.

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