Public records are just that - public. That means they are available to anyone
at any time. All you have to do is go to the the county courthouse and search
the public records for the information you need.
But what if you don't have time to go to the courthouse? Or perhaps you live in
another state and you can't get to the courthouse. This is where online public
record searches come in!
Most states and counties across the nation now publish their public records
online. This means that anyone with Internet access can find the information
they need by simply doing a search of the public records via one of several
websites that offer that service.
All you have to do is visit one of the records search sites and enter the information
you're looking for. It could be a street address, phone number, marriage
licenses, death certificates, criminal history...anything that's likely to be in
the public records. There is usually a nominal charge for each search.
Here are a couple of great resources for conducting a search of public records:
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