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About Ohio Court Records

Everywhere in Ohio, people are amassing court records left and right. From the Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse in Cleveland to the Regula Federal Building in Canton, every court in Ohio is capable of adding to someone’s court record data. Because of recent legislation, these court records are now available in their entirety online, making it simpler than ever to find the information you need relating to a particular court case.

Whether you’d like to find out more about your deceased father’s firearms trial or you just want to know what happened when your old company was taken to court, those records are available to you. All you need to get started is a name, a court date, or even a court location and from there, you can drill down to more specific information such as pleas and monetary judgments. In Ohio, everyone is innocent until proven guilty, but if there has been a court proceeding in regards to any situation, there’s a record on file. Keep in mind that court records don’t necessarily have to be negative. Anything that goes on in a courtroom in Ohio, from name changes to marriages, are part of the state’s official court record history. Ohio has millions of residents and nearly a dozen mid-sized cities, so its courtrooms are bound to stay busy. Whether you’re hoping to find out something specific about a truth you suspect or if you just want to find out what your own court record says about you, looking through Ohio’s court record data is your right.

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