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As there may be more one source to obtaining Virginia criminal, civil and divorce records, it is important to search multiple state courts to find the correct records.

Virginia State Court Structure:

Virginia district courts are the state's trial courts. The district courts have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve tort, contract, real property rights from $0 to $15,000, mental health, and small claims in Fairfax County. These courts also hear support matters, custody matters, interstate support matters, and other miscellaneous domestic relations matters. Additionally, the district courts hear felony, misdemeanor, and domestic violence cases. District courts have exclusive jurisdiction to hear cases involving DWI or DUI matters, ordinance violations, moving traffic violations, parking violations, and other miscellaneous traffic violations. District courts exclusively hear juvenile matters, and hold venue for preliminary hearings. Virginia's circuit courts have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve tort, contract, real property rights from $4,500 up, mental health, administrative agency appeals, miscellaneous civil, civil appeals from trial courts, estate matters, ordinance violations matters, domestic relations matters, felony and misdemeanor cases, and criminal appeals matters. Virginia's courts of appeal have mandatory jurisdiction to hear some civil, some administrative agency, some original proceeding cases. These courts have discretionary jurisdiction in non-capital criminal cases. Virginia's highest court is the Virginia supreme court, which has mandatory jurisdiction in capital criminal, criminal, administrative agency, and disciplinary cases. The supreme court has discretionary jurisdiction in civil, non-capital criminal, administrative agency, juvenile, disciplinary, original proceeding, and interlocutory decision cases.

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Virginia Civil and Divorce Court Records
Judgments, lawsuits, dissolution of marriage, civil court cases.

Virginia Criminal Court Records
Felony, misdemeanors and traffic violations.
Virginia District Court Records
Filings in my District courthouses.
Civil, family law cases and divorces, personal injury cases, lawsuits, estate planning and probate matters. Most criminal cases are started when a prosecutor, either a district attorney (who represents a county) or the attorney general (who represents the state), files a complaint with the court.

  • Magistrate System
    Serving the Commonwealth through offices in all 32 judicial districts, the magistrate’s primary functions are to conduct probable cause hearings on complaints of criminal conduct brought by law enforcement or the general public and to determine whether an arrested person is eligible for bail.

  • District Court Records
    Case management system for General District Courts in Virginia.

  • Circuit Court Records
    Criminal County Circuit Case Searches

  • Supreme Court
    Case management system for the Supreme Court of Virginia. Cases may be searched using name or case number.

  • Court of Appeals
    Search by Appellant Appellee Case Number

  • Virginia Criminal Record Expungment
    Expunge your criminal past of felonies, misdemeanors, D.U.I convictions and more in the state of Virginia.
Serving the Commonwealth through 32 judicial districts, the general district court is a limited jurisdiction trial court that hears civil cases involving amounts in controversy up to $15,000, and conducts trials for traffic infractions and misdemeanor offenses.

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