Instant Access to Civil and Criminal Court Records
- What is a Criminal Court Record When Georgians are convicted of committing a crime, the details are recorded in criminal court records.
- What is a Civil Court Record Georgia civil court records document the details of legal disputes between two individuals or entities.
- What are Family Court Records Family court records in Georgia cover legal disputes and proceedings as they relate to family structures.
- What are Traffic Court Records Traffic court records in Georgia cover legal proceedings related to offenses committed while driving.
Georgia Court Records
The Georgia Court Records website is developed to provide access to public records, including criminal court records and civil court records. It also provides information on the state’s court system, which consists of the superior courts at the apex and state courts, probate courts, civil courts, magistrate courts, municipal courts, juvenile courts, and recorder’s courts.
In compliance with the Georgia Open Records Act, all records maintained by courts and other government agencies are presumed open to the public and available for personal inspection and copying—except in instances where the record is deemed confidential by law or any existing court order.
This website features an intuitive search tool that helps assist in locating information. Records provided on this website include transparent public records gathered from different courts across the various counties in the state of Georgia. Please note that record results may vary between counties.