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Deschutes County Court Records

Deschutes County court records are official documentation on case proceedings, court orders, or judicial administrative decisions. Records may include case files, judgment books, court dockets, land records, and property documents. Court records are also available in different formats, such as maps, photographs, audio recordings, or handwritten documents. Most court documents will reveal the record bearer's information and record identifiers assigned to them. Record identifiers may include case numbers, docket numbers, or property IDs.

Note: Oregon court records serve as evidence of court activities and ensure the courts follow standard legal practices. Public members can also use these records to find information on individuals or entities.

Are Court Records Public in Deschutes County?

Deschutes County court documents are public documents unless exempt under state laws. Oregon's Public Records Law governs all aspects of public records in Deschutes County. For example, it oversees the storage, maintenance, and disclosure of court records. Furthermore, it empowers specific local and state agencies as record custodians.

The state laws also exempt certain documents from public access. Although the law exempts some records, record custodians can withhold or release them. Exempt court documents in Deschutes County include:

  • Personal identification data on a complainant or victim in a criminal court case.
  • Court documents that are redacted due to a court order or federal or federal statute.
  • Documents that may expose the court's security protocol and measures.
  • Investigatory documents pertaining to complaints filed under ORS 659A.820ORS 243.676ORS 663.180, and ORS 659A.825.

Deschutes County Court Records Search

Record seekers must direct all searches for Deschutes court records to record custodians. They may order these records from record custodians online, by mail, in person, or by email. For example, the Oregon Judicial Department hosts multiple online repositories for case files, dockets, and registers of actions. In contrast, Deschutes County Circuit Court allows mail or in-person requests for court documents.

Note: You must provide case information to obtain court records in Destuches County.

Deschutes County Court Records Search by Name

Oregon’s Judicial Department allows name-based searches for Deschutes court records. Record-seekers can access court records through the agency's search portals:

You may also conduct name searches for court records at the circuit court's office. The court keeps case files, audio recordings, and traffic citation records. So, request by visiting the circuit court at:

Deschutes County Circuit Court
First Floor
File Viewing Window (#4)
1100 NW Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703.

Deschutes County Courts

Deschutes County's court system consists of a circuit, municipal, and justice court. The courts have specific jurisdiction over court cases filed in the county. The courts’ locations and contact information are provided below:

Deschutes County Circuit Court
Deschutes County Courthouse
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703
Phone: (541) 388-5300

 

Deschutes County Juvenile Court
Dennis Maloney Community Justice Center
63360 Britta Street
Building 1
P.O. Box 6005
Bend, OR 97708
Phone: (541) 388-6671
Fax: (541) 383-0165

 

Bend Municipal Court
555 Northeast 15th Street
Bend, OR 97701
Phone: (541) 388-5572 ext. 9

Deschutes County Justice Court
Redmond City Hall
411 Southwest 9th Street
Room 230
Redmond, OR 97756
Phone: (541) 617-4758

Deschutes County District Court Records

Deschutes County courts oversee cases that are typically found in district courts. For instance, the county circuit court hears all criminal and civil court cases. The other county courts jointly oversee a limited number of these cases.

You can obtain district court records by sending mail or in-person requests to the circuit court at:

 

Mailing Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
Attn: File Room Department
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

 

 

Physical Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
Attn: File Room Department
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703.

The request must include:

  • A request letter that contains these details:
    • The case party's full name
    • The case number and filing date
    • The specific record type. This could include case files, dockets, or audio recordings.
    • The desired record format, such as paper or emailed copy
    • You may also specify if you want certified or non-certified records.
    • The record subject's name and contact details
  • The search and copy fees. For mail requests, use checks payable to the State of Oregon. If unsure of the estimated cost, you may include a not-to-exceed check with a maximum of $30.

Note: The District Court maintains court transcript records. To obtain the record, you must send a completed request form to the court.

Other county courts maintain court records at their locations. Record seekers must visit the courts in person to obtain the records.

Alternatively, the Oregon Judicial Branch is the custodian of Deschutes civil and criminal court cases. The agency maintains online search portals and an online request form for all court case types and formats.

Deschutes County Criminal Records

In Deschutes County, criminal records contain histories of criminal convictions, sentencing, and arrests. Record seekers can find these records at the Oregon State Police's Criminal Justice Information Services Division (CJISD).

The agency offers name- or fingerprint-based checks for criminal records. To conduct name-based checks, record seekers must create an account and fill out search details on the open records portal.

Note that only record subjects can access criminal records through the fingerprint-based records check. To use the search option, requesters must follow these instructions:

  1. Complete a request form
  2. Fill out a fingerprint card and get fingerprinted at the nearest local law enforcement agency. The CJISD also offers fingerprinting services at:
  3. General Headquarters
  4. 3565 Trelstad Avenue Southeast
  5. Building 1
  6. Salem OR 97317.
  7. Include a $33 money order or check. You may add a $5 fee to notarize the record
  8. Send the completed documents and fees to:

Oregon State Police – CJIS Division
Unit 11
P.O. Box 4395
Portland, OR 97208-4395

The CJISD processes mail requests within seven to ten business days.

Third-party requesters may request someone else's criminal records by sending a mail request to the CJISD. The request must contain the completed request letter and a $33 fee for copying the record.

Note: The agency will not release confidential criminal records to third-party requesters.

In Deschutes County, arrest records are available at the sheriff's office. Requesters may obtain the records in person at:

Deschutes County Sheriff's Office
63333 West Highway 20
Bend, OR 97703
Phone: (541) 388-6655 (Records)

Deschutes County Criminal Court Case Lookup

In Deschutes, you can look up criminal court cases through local and state record custodians. The circuit court maintains criminal records at the local level, while the Oregon Judicial Branch provides statewide access to the records.

To obtain criminal records from the circuit clerk, you must send a request through mail or walk-in to:

Mailing Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
Attn: File Room Department
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

 

Physical Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
First Floor
File Viewing Window (#4)
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

The request letter must include the following:

  • Case party's names
  • Case number and filing date
  • The preferred record format and type
  • The requester's name and contact information.
  • A check or money order made payable to the State of Oregon. You may include a not-to-exceed check and set the maximum limit to $30.

In contrast, the Oregon Judicial Branch offers online access to court records through these options:

Get Deschutes County Civil Court Records

Deschutes County civil court records document disputes and lawsuits filed in the county courts. Civil court cases include civil equity, complex commercial, landlord/tenant disputes, and small claims.

Civil court records are available at the circuit court. The court allows mail or in-person requests for these records. Thus, requesters can access the court records by following these steps:

  • Create a civil court record request letter that includes these details:
    • The case party's name, case number, and filing date.
    • The specific record format and type
    • State whether you need a certified or non-certified copy
    • The requester’s name and contact details.
  • Next, include a money order or check payable to the State of Oregon. Use a not-to-exceed check and set the upper limit to $30.
  • Mail the letter or present it in person to:

Mailing Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
Attn: File Room Department
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

 

Physical Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
First Floor
File Viewing Window (#4)
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

The Oregon Judicial Branch website offers an alternative option for accessing Deschutes civil court records. The agency maintains online search portals and an online request form for the documents.

Deschutes County Family Court Records

The Deschutes district court hears family-related court cases, such as divorce, adoption, child visitation and custody, and termination of parental rights. Furthermore, the court keeps these court records and issues them to interested public members.

Requesters can obtain records via mail or in-person requests to the courthouse at:

 

Mailing Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
Attn: File Room Department
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

 

 

Physical Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
First Floor
File Viewing Window (#4)
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

The request letter must contain the case party's name and other case identifiers. In addition, you must include a not-to-exceed check or money order payable to the State of Oregon. Set the check's maximum limit to $30.

In contrast, the Oregon Judicial Branch offers online access to family court records, except juvenile and adoption records. The website hosts online case portals and an online request form for court records.

Note: Family court cases contain sensitive data that, if disclosed, will violate the record subject's right to privacy. Thus, the circuit court will only issue confidential family court records to legally eligible requesters.

Deschutes Dissolution of Marriage Records

In Deschutes County, dissolution of marriage records provide information on divorce events. Record seekers can obtain the records through the following general guidelines:

  1. Find the record custodian holding the record.
  2. Determine the best request option for accessing the record. You may consider factors such as convenience and cost.
  3. Fulfill the requirement for obtaining records through the selected option.

Note: Record custodians may process in-person requests on the same day. However, it may take longer to process mail-in requests.

Deschutes County Marriage and Divorce Records

Deschutes marriage and divorce records are accessible through designated government agencies. The county clerk and circuit court are the custodians of marriage and death records, respectively. However, the Oregon Center for Health Statistics maintains statewide access to these records.

How can I obtain Deschutes County Marriage Records?

You may use the county clerk's online request portal to find marriage licenses. In contrast, you can get paper copies of the record via mail to walk-in. To obtain records, you must complete a request form, attach the applicable fees, and send it to:

Deschutes County Clerk's Office
P.O. Box 6005
Bend, OR 97708

Certified marriage records cost $7 per copy. Make the checks payable to the Deschutes County Clerk.

How can I obtain divorce records in Deschutes County?

You can access divorce records by sending a mail or in-person request to the circuit court at:

 

Mailing Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
Attn: File Room Department
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

 

 

Physical Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
First Floor
File Viewing Window (#4)
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703.

The request must contain the record subject's name, the preferred document type and format, and the requester's details. In addition, you must include a check or money made payable to the State of Oregon.

Alternatively, you can request for marriage and divorce records via mail or in person at the Oregon Center for Health Statistics. To obtain the records, requesters must follow these steps:

  • Print and complete a request form:
  • Attach a copy of a valid ID that contains your signature
  • Include a $25 search fee in your preferred payment option. The agency accepts checks or money orders for mail requests. Furthermore, make the checks payable to OHA/Vital Records.
  • Include a proof of identification document if you are not the record subject.
  • Send the completed documents via mail to:

Oregon Vital Records
P.O. Box 14050
Portland, OR 97293.

You may submit the documents in drop boxes at the Oregon State Building. To order in-person, use self-service kiosks or make an inquiry at the lobby on the first floor at:

800 Northeast Oregon Street
Portland 97232

Note: Only eligible requesters can access Deschutes marriage records less than 50 years old. Eligible requesters may include the following:

  • Record bearer
  • Immediate family members
  • Legal representatives or guardians
  • Government agencies.

Deschutes Birth and Death Records

In Deschutes County, vital records like birth and death certificates are confidential and are only accessible to eligible persons. Deschutes County Health Services only processes orders for birth and death events less than six months old. In contrast, older records are available at the State Vital Records.

How can I obtain Deschutes County birth records?

You can order birth certificates online, via mail, or in person at the county's Health Services. Follow these instructions to order via mail or in person:

  1. Complete the request form for Deschutes County birth certificates in English or Spanish
  2. Include a copy of a valid government-issued ID card
  3. Pay a non-refundable $28 fee for the first copy and $25 per additional copy. For mail requests, make the payments in money orders or checks
  4. Mail these documents or submit it in-person to:

Deschutes County
2577 Northeast Courtney Drive
Bend, OR 97701.

How Can I Find Deschutes County Death Certificates?

Follow these steps to order death records from Deschutes County Health Services:

  1. Fill out the request form for the death certificate in English or Spanish
  2. Include a copy of your valid photo ID
  3. Next, attach a $25 fee for a certified copy of the record.
  4. Send the documents via mail or in person to:

Deschutes County
2577 Northeast Courtney Drive
Bend, OR 97701.

In contrast, the Oregon Center for Health Statistics allows mail or in-person orders for birth and death records. To obtain the records, requesters must follow these instructions:

  • Fill out one of the following request forms:
  • Include a copy of your current ID that contains your signature
  • Include a $25 search fee in your preferred payment option. The agency accepts checks or money orders for mail requests. Furthermore, make the checks payable to OHA/Vital Records.
  • Include a proof of identification document if you are not the record subject.
  • Send the completed documents via mail or in person to:

Oregon Vital Records
P.O. Box 14050
Portland, OR 97293.

Birth and death records are important in genealogy research. They are also necessary legal documents for obtaining additional documents like passports and driver's licenses.

Deschutes County Probate Court Records

Deschutes County probate court records contain information on estate and test administration, name changes, and probate of wills. These records are available through the circuit court's office. You can order the records through these options:

Mailing Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
Attn: File Room Department
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703

 

Physical Address
Deschutes County Circuit Court
First Floor
File Viewing Window (#4)
1100 Northwest Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703.

The request letter must contain the case information and the requester's name and contact details. In addition, you must include the search fee and specify the document format and type. For mail orders, include a not-to-exceed check with a maximum limit of $30.

Deschutes County Property Records

Deschutes County Clerk’s Office maintains property-related documents. The clerk oversees indexes of property records like mortgages, plats, subdivisions, and Deeds. You can view the property record indexes on the clerk’s website. In addition, it maintains an online search database for property records. Requesters can view the records by using any of these search options:

  • Search by owner’s name
  • Search by account name
  • Search by map/tax lot
  • Search by property address
  • Search by subdivision
  • Search by interactive map
  • Search by mobile home park.

Deschutes County Court Records Online

Government-owned sites provide access to online copies of Deschutes court records. For example, the Oregon Judicial Branch maintains online portals that are searchable for case files and judgment dockets. Alternatively, third-party search sites like Oregoncourtrecords.us are also repositories of Deschutes court records. These sites may feature one or more case types on their search platform. Record seekers may opt to use third-party sites since they are relatively easier than official sites. Nevertheless, these sites are unreliable sources of court records since they may contain outdated court data.

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