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Access Oklahoma Courts online directly. Search court records; from Oklahoma county courts to Supreme courts. Find criminal filings, Oklahoma dissolution of marriage or divorce records from official state web sites. File small claims lawsuits. Link to Oklahoma probate sources with helpful information. Bankruptcy courts by jurisdiction or by districts. Oklahoma state courts contact information such as telephone numbers and more.
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Oklahoma State Court Records Search Suggestions

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

Oklahoma State Court Structure:

The Oklahoma municipal court of record has jurisdiction over traffic or other violation cases. The municipal court of record hears jury trials. The Oklahoma municipal court not of record has jurisdiction over traffic or other violation cases. The municipal court not of record has jury trials. The Oklahoma district courts are the state's trial courts. The Oklahoma district court has exclusive civil jurisdiction, except for concurrent jurisdiction in appeals of administrative agency cases. The Oklahoma district court also has jurisdiction over small claims of up to $3,000. The district court has exclusive domestic relations jurisdiction. The Oklahoma district court also has exclusive criminal jurisdiction including criminal appeals. The district court also hears moving traffic, miscellaneous traffic, and ordinance violation cases. The district court has exclusive juvenile jurisdiction. The Oklahoma court of tax review has jurisdiction over appeals of administrative agency cases. The court of tax review does not hear jury trials. The Oklahoma court of civil appeals has mandatory jurisdiction in civil, administrative agency, juvenile, original proceeding, and interlocutory decision cases that are assigned by the supreme court. The court of appeals has no discretionary jurisdiction. The Oklahoma court of criminal appeals has mandatory jurisdiction in capital criminal, criminal, juvenile, original proceeding cases. The court of criminal appeals has discretionary jurisdiction in interlocutory decision cases. Oklahoma's highest court is the supreme court. The Oklahoma supreme court has mandatory jurisdiction in civil, administrative agency, juvenile, disciplinary, advisory opinion, original proceeding, and interlocutory decision cases. The supreme court of Oklahoma has discretionary jurisdiction in civil, administrative agency, juvenile, interlocutory decision cases.

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Oklahoma Civil and Divorce Court Records

Judgments, lawsuits, dissolution of marriage, civil court cases.

Civil, family law cases and divorces, personal injury cases, lawsuits, estate planning and probate matters.

Oklahoma Criminal Court Records

Felony, misdemeanors and traffic violations.

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.

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