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Oklahoma County Court Records

Oklahoma County courts maintain materials prepared, collated, or generated during court proceedings. Otherwise called "court records," these documents are essential for several reasons:

  • To provide a historical account of legal proceedings, lending a better understanding of the law and its development.
  • To create legal precedent, which can influence the judge, magistrate, or jury's decision in similar case proceedings.

In Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, county court records include exhibits, motions, judgments, reporter's notes, transcripts of proceedings, and entries on the appearance docket.

Are Court Records Public in Oklahoma County?

Yes. Court records are largely accessible for public viewing in Oklahoma County, according to the Open Records Act. Thus, individuals can query the local courthouse for access to court records. However, several laws and court rules, including 51 O.S. § 24A.29 and Rule 1.3 of Rules of the Court of Criminal Appeals, prohibit the disclosure of certain court records, which include:

  • Documents or testimonies given and filed under immunity order or on appeal
  • Personal identifying information of parties involved in a case, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, and bank account numbers.
  • Juvenile delinquency records
  • Original transcripts of appeal proceedings
  • Sealed records
  • Expunged criminal appellate records
  • Unexecuted arrest or search warrants

Oklahoma County Court Records Search

Oklahoma County court records search retrieves legal materials filed or generated during civil or criminal litigation. Interested persons can conduct the search through the following avenues:

  • The Oklahoma County Clerk of the Court's office.
  • The online database maintained by the Clerk's office.
  • Third-party aggregator platforms.

Oklahoma County Court Records Search by Name

Anyone wishing to perform an Oklahoma County Court records search by name must possess at least a defendant or plaintiff's last name (a first and middle name may also be provided). Afterward, the inquirer may visit the Oklahoma County Court Clerk's office during business hours to inspect and obtain copies of records. One may also request copies from the Clerk's office electronically:

  • Fill out and send a records request form online.
  • Make payment by money order or check to the address below. It costs $1 for the first page and 50 cents for each additional page. Certification costs 50 cents per document, and authentication costs $5 per certificate.

Oklahoma County Court Clerk
320 Robert South Kerr
Suite 409
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

  • Allow ten business days for processing.

Providing other case information like an alias, middle name, filing date, or document title may expedite a record's search and retrieval.

Note: Certified copies of court records cannot be emailed to inquirers. The Clerk's office contacts anyone requesting certified records within 5 business days to confirm the due fees. In addition, the office may only email documents on the court docket sheet that read "Document available at the Clerk's office" at no charge.

The Oklahoma State Courts Network (OSCN) provides an online database for persons who wish to perform a name search for court records emanating from Oklahoma County.

Oklahoma County Courts

Oklahoma County has one district court that hears most cases brought to the county's justice system. The county also has several municipal courts, which serve as courts of limited jurisdiction within their respective cities and towns.

The district court hears civil and criminal matters at the following address:

County Courthouse
320 Robert South Kerr Avenue
Suite 409
OKC, Oklahoma 73102
Phone: (405) 713-1705

Municipal Courts in Oklahoma County

Bethany Municipal Court
6714 NorthWest 36th Street
Bethany, OK 73008
Phone: (405) 789-4935

Choctaw Municipal Court
2500 N Choctaw Road
City Hall
Choctaw, OK 73020
Phone: (405) 390-3333
Fax: (405) 769-4755

Del City Municipal Court
4517 SouthEast 28th Street
Del City, OK 73115
Phone: (405) 671-2847
Fax: (405) 671-2849

Edmond Municipal Court
101 East 1st Street
Edmond, OK 73083
Phone: (405) 359-4360
Fax: (405) 359-4726

Forest Park Municipal Court
4203 North Coltrane Road
Forest Park, OK 73121
Phone: (405) 424-1212

Harrah Municipal Court
City Hall
19625 Northeast 23rd Street
Harrah, OK 73045
Phone: (405) 454-2951 ext. 110

Jones City Municipal Court
110 East Main Street
Jones City, OK 73409
Phone: (405) 399-5301

Luther Municipal Court
Town Hall
108 South Main Street
Luther, Ok 73054
Phone: (405) 277-3833

Midwest City Municipal Court
100 North Midwest Boulevard
Midwest City, OK 73110
Phone: (405) 739-1280

Nichols Hills Municipal Court
6407 Avondale Drive
Nichols Hills, OK 73116
Phone: (405) 843-3358

Nicoma Park Municipal Court
2301 Nichols Drive
P.O. Box 250
Nicoma Park, OK 73066
Phone: (405) 769-6838
Fax: (405) 769-5679

Oklahoma City Municipal Court
701 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 297-3898

Spencer Municipal Court
8200 Northeast 36th Street
Spencer, OK 73084
Phone: (405) 771-3226

The Village Municipal Court
2304 Manchester Drive
The Village, OK 73120
Phone: (405) 751-9226
Fax: (405) 748-7353

Valley Brook Municipal Court
1618 Southeast 59th Street
Valley Brook, OK 73129
Phone: (405) 677-6948

Warr Acres Municipal Court
5901 Northwest 42nd Street
Warr Acres, OK 73122
Phone: (405) 495-3032

Oklahoma County Superior Court Case Search

The Oklahoma Court System comprises the Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeals, Court of Civil Appeals, district courts, and limited jurisdiction (municipal) courts. The state has no "superior court" in its trial court system, so there are no superior courts in Oklahoma County.

Oklahoma County District Court Records

The State of Oklahoma has 77 district courts authorized to hear civil and criminal cases filed within their jurisdictions. Oklahoma County constitutes the state's 7th Judicial District, the largest judicial territory with approximately 120,000 new cases annually.

The Oklahoma County District Court handles varying civil and criminal matters involving people's obligations, violations, injuries, and rights. The Oklahoma County District Clerk oversees case filings and record management. As such, the office is the first point of call for persons seeking Oklahoma County district court records.

Requesters may visit the Clerk's office in person, access the OSCN's public portal, or send a request electronically to the Clerk's office for district court records. Besides stopping by the Clerk's office at the district courthouse, one can query the Clerk at the following location:

Satellite Office (Edmond)
7 North Broadway
Edmond, OK 73034
Phone: (405) 359-4515

Oklahoma County Criminal Records

Law enforcement agencies are mandated to provide public access to certain criminal records per Section 24A.8 of the Oklahoma Public Records Act. In this regard, interested persons can view and copy a subject's criminal history information, including arrest, warrant, and conviction records.

Anyone desiring Oklahoma County criminal records (or "criminal history records") may query the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (SBI). The Bureau is the state's central repository for all criminal history information.

The SBI provides the general public with name-based and fingerprint criminal history searches. For quick results, inquirers are advised to use the SBI's Criminal History Information Portal (CHIRP). However, the portal only processes name-based searches. The following details about a record's subject are needed to search CHIRP:

  • First and last name
  • Date of birth
  • Optional information includes an alias (e.g., maiden name, nickname, former married name) and a Social Security number.

CHIRP users must create a free account to conduct their search. However, the portal charges $15 per name search under §74-150.9.

Anyone unable to find the records on CHIRP can complete and submit a Criminal History Request in person, via fax to (405) 879-2503, or by mail (must include a postage-paid envelope):

Physical/Mailing Address

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
6600 North Harvey
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116


  • Fingerprint-based criminal record checks must be submitted in person or via mail and cost $19 per search. The requester must also attach a fingerprint card to the Criminal History Information Request form or letter.
  • Inquirers must submit original fingerprint cards. These cannot be faxed.
  • One must visit the local sheriff's office or a police department to sign and print cards before submission.
  • If the OSBI has rejected a person's fingerprint twice, they must book an appointment first with the Ten Print Unit by calling (405) 848-6724.
  • Fingerprint-based checks take a minimum of four weeks to process.
  • Fax requests must be paid by credit card. Other acceptable payment forms are cash, money order, or cashier's check.

The SBI's FAQ section has more answers to criminal record searches and background checks.

Oklahoma County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Individuals can perform a criminal court case lookup for matters tried in the local district court by visiting the Oklahoma County Court Clerk's office or accessing the Oklahoma State Courts Network's Docket System (user guide).

Generally, one must specify the county to search (e.g., Oklahoma County) and input a case number or party name to pull up a matching record. The "Case Type" filter can be used to narrow the search results by misdemeanor, felony, or other criminal case categories. The OSCN's Docket System also provides a tool for looking up a criminal case appealed to a higher court.

Note that imaged documents are not available through the portal. A user seeking a criminal case document should check the relevant document for the "Document Available at the Clerk's Office" tag. Then, they can visit the Oklahoma County Court Clerk's office to request a certified copy at a nominal fee.

Get Oklahoma County Civil Court Records

The Civil Division of the Oklahoma District Court handles non-criminal legal affairs between two or more parties. These cases include name changes, small claims, claims over $10,000, and foreclosures. Family, juvenile, and probate matters are not heard in this division.

Individuals seeking county civil court records in Oklahoma County may visit the County Court Clerk's office or access the Oklahoma State Courts Network's Docket system.

Oklahoma County Family Court Records

The Family Division in Oklahoma County has jurisdiction over various domestic matters, including dissolution of marriage, legal separation, restitution of conjugal rights, annulment, paternity, child and spousal support, adoption, and domestic violence.

To find records produced by the court, one can query the County Court Clerk's office in person or electronically by completing and submitting a records request form. Individuals can also search the Oklahoma State Courts Network's Docket system.

However, the family court does not divulge certain confidential or sealed records, such as adoption and guardianship records, unless to authorized parties (like a case party).

Oklahoma Dissolution of Marriage Records

Dissolution of marriage (divorce, annulment) proceedings are heard in the Family Division of the Oklahoma County District Court. Records of this court are maintained by and can be retrieved from the Oklahoma County Court Clerk. Members of the public can also access the Oklahoma State Courts Network's Docket system for case information.

Oklahoma County Marriage and Divorce Records

The Oklahoma County Court Clerk maintains marriage and divorce records for the county. Thus, requesters can inquire at the Clerk's office. Certified copies are also available on request.

As established in previous sections, a person can complete and submit a court record request form bearing the names of involved parties, case numbers, and other pertinent details on the Clerk's website. Interested persons may also search the OSCN's Docket System for case details and to determine if a document is available at the Clerk's office.

Copies of marriage and divorce records cost $1 per page and 50 cents per certification.

Note: Unlike many U.S. states that provide access to all vital records through a local or state Department of Health, the Oklahoma State Department of Health only disseminates birth and death records.

Oklahoma Birth and Death Records

The Oklahoma State Department of Health's Division of Vital Records handles birth and death registration within the state. State law also authorizes this division to preserve and issue certified copies of the records.

The division offers several ways to obtain an Oklahoma County birth or death certificate, such as online (through a vendor), via phone, or by mail. The division does not accept walk-ins. The forms and fees for obtaining birth and death records are available on the division's website.


  • Eligibility is required to request and obtain a birth or death record. Examples of qualified persons include the subject of the record, their spouse, a named parent, or an attorney.
  • Anyone requesting a birth or death record must present a valid photo ID.
  • Providing all required information ensures faster processing and delivery. Incomplete or missing information may delay processing, regardless of the preferred order option.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health also maintains a free, searchable index of deaths and births in Oklahoma. The index can be searched by the subject's name, sex, the county of event (e.g., Oklahoma), or the event date.

Oklahoma County Probate Court Records

Oklahoma County's Probate Court receives and decides cases regarding the appointment of guardians for children, conservatorship for incapacitated adults, estate matters of deceased persons, petitions regarding trust administration, and more.

Anyone interested in getting the county's probate court records can query the County Court Clerk's office or access the OSCN's Docket System.

Oklahoma County Property Records

Oklahoma County property records are legal instruments relating to land. They include mortgages, deeds, plat maps, liens, and other information about property situated in the county.

Property records are part of the Oklahoma County public records and are maintained by the County Clerk and Registrar of Deeds. This office is the central repository of all real property records in Oklahoma County.

Individuals may obtain property records via the Oklahoma County Clerk and Registrar of Deeds Online Portal. The information on the website is available for public use; however, it is subject to alteration.

Different search parameters can be used to access the portal, such as:

  • Party name
  • File date
  • Property address
  • Book number
  • Document type
  • Lot or block

The Clerk's office charges a nominal fee for certified copies of property records.

Members of the public can obtain property records relating to the ownership, valuation, and taxation of real estate from the county's Office of the Property Assessor. The office has a public parcel database for researching property values, taxes, sales and deed transactions, ownership, and other property-related information.

Oklahoma County Court Records Online

Third-party websites like courtrecords.us offer alternative options for viewing and generating copies of Oklahoma court records. These websites are run by private persons who source data from different courthouses and agencies.

Persons seeking a convenient alternative to official resources can use these third-party services. A first and last name or phone number is often required for a search, and users can access other Oklahoma County public records beyond court records,

Most third-party websites offer free options for viewing specific parts of the search results. However, a fee typically applies to obtain a comprehensive record, and it varies by service provider.

Note: Records from a third-party website are not considered official records. Thus, one must cross-check their information against the government repositories, like the state courts' database.

  • Criminal Records
  • Arrests Records
  • Warrants
  • Driving Violations
  • Inmate Records
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Federal Dockets
  • Probate Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Death Records
  • Property Records
  • Asset Records
  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • And More!