Where To Access Court Records In GeorgiaClick here to run on-site court house search
About This Office:
The Administrative Office of the Courts of Georgia is a central registry for a variety of information as it relates to Georgia courts, including: the court councils and judiciary agencies, commissions, committees and projects, the legislative session, the Georgia Courts directory, and caseload reports.
Court Records At This Office:
Individuals interested in obtaining information regarding Georgia court records can follow links to the appropriate court’s website from the Administrative Office of the Courts of Georgia in order to conduct searches.
Access To Georgia Court Records:
The Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts is the central registry for court information from all 1100 Georgia courts: superior, state, magistrate, juvenile, probate, recorder’s, municipal, and civil. By law, court records are public, including trial transcripts, docket information, evidence, motions, and pleadings. Civil proceedings are held at all 1100 courts, criminal records at all but civil courts, domestic relations records at superior, juvenile, and probate courts, and probate records at superior, juvenile, and probate courts.