Meade County Court Records Search (South Dakota)

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Meade County Arrest Warrants Search Meade County, South Dakota arrest warrants by name, including mugshots, DOB, warrant number and charges.

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Find Meade County Court Records

Meade County Court Records are public records, documents, files, and transcripts associated with court cases and court dockets available in Meade County, South Dakota. Courts in Meade County maintain records on everything that occurs during the legal process for future reference, including appeals. Court Records are typically maintained by the courts that produce the records. These courts may exist at the Federal, South Dakota State, Meade County, and local levels.

Learn about Court Records, including:
  • Where to get free Meade County Court Records online
  • What types of Court Records are available
  • How to perform court case lookups and records searches
  • Where to access case information for criminal cases
  • What civil case files are public information
Search Public Court Records in Meade County, SD

There are many types of Meade County Court Records, including case records, case numbers, summonses, warrants, writs, subpoenas, indictments, injunctions, foreclosures, and jury lists. Trial records and transcripts detail cases heard by the Meade County Court, including witnesses, testimony, rulings, and sentencing.

Where to get Meade County Court Records

Multiple courts maintain public records. Meade County Criminal courts have records for criminal misdemeanors and felonies, including murder, assault, sex crimes, and property crimes. Meade County Civil Courts maintain records on contract violations, negligent acts, and violations of constitutional rights. Other courts may keep records on probate cases, estate disputes, divorce decrees, bankruptcies, and adoptions. The Meade County Clerk's Office, Circuit Courts, District Courts, South Dakota Supreme Court and other courts of the Judicial Branch also provide access to these records.

Public Records Information

Court Records are public access documents that contain information on many types of South Dakota court cases, including criminal convictions, monetary damages, eviction actions, Meade County Traffic Court violations, and other legal violations. They also provide information on defendants and plaintiffs, lawyers, and Meade County judges. These records often include arrest records, warrant search orders, judgments, appeals, and sentences.

Court Records may also contain information about legal actions involving South Dakota corporations, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and schools. Lawsuits, violations, and settlement information may be included in public records.

Meade County, South Dakota Criminal Background Checks

Searching Court Records is typically part of a Meade County background check. Many companies and individuals use background checks to screen for someone's criminal history, and Court Records are a valuable resource for learning about an individual's charges, convictions, and sentences. Employers, landlords, and law enforcement officers in Meade County, SD all use Court Records to learn about an individual's legal history.