Morgan County Court Records

Search Morgan County GA court records. Get public court records from clerks, courts, district attorneys, town and city halls.


Morgan County Town & City Hall

The Town Hall or City Hall is the chief administrative office that runs the town or city. They often maintain records on their jurisdiction, making them an important source for court records. Town and City Hall court records can include case records for felonies and misdemeanors, criminal violations, bankruptcies, divorces, and other legal matters. Many Town and City Halls provide online access to court records.

Madison City Hall Madison GA 132 N Main St 30650 706-342-1251


Morgan County Court

Courts maintain records on their cases and make these documents available to the public, making them an important source for court records. These records can include case records for felonies and misdemeanors, criminal violations, and traffic infractions. Courts may also have records oncivil court cases, including bankruptcies, divorces, adoptions, tax court records, and other legal transactions. In many cases, court records can be requested online.

Madison Magistrate Court Madison GA 49 East Jefferson Street 30650

Madison Municipal Court Madison GA 118 North Main Street 30650 706-342-2058

Madison Superior Court Madison GA 149 East Jefferson Street 30650 706-342-0672

Rutledge Municipal Court Rutledge GA 112 Martha Lane 30663 706-557-2223


Morgan County Clerk Office

Clerks file important documents and preserve municipal records in order to maintain a public archive for the municipality. The Clerk’s Office is a valuable source for court records. Multiple court records can be obtained through the Clerk’s Office, including case records for felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic infractions, as well as bankruptcy filings, divorce decrees, and tax court records. Many Clerk’s Offices provide online access to court records.

Morgan County Clerk Madison GA PO Box 168 30650 706-517-1400


Morgan County District Attorney Office

District Attorneys are charged with prosecuting crimes in court. District Attorneys maintain records on their cases, making them a valuable source for court records. The District Attorney’s Office makes court records available to the public, including records on current cases, recent cases, ongoing criminal cases, and upcoming court dates. Many District Attorney’s Offices provide online access to court records.

Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney Madison GA PO Box 819 30650