Free Access To All Vermont Court Records And Court Information
As there may be more one source to obtaining Vermont criminal, civil and divorce records, it is important to search multiple state courts to find the correct records.
Vermont State Court Structure:The Vermont judicial bureau has jurisdiction to hear cases that involve moving traffic violations, ordinance violations, parking violations, and other miscellaneous traffic violations. Vermont's district courts are the state's trial courts. Each of Vermont's 14 counties has a District Court. These courts are responsible for hearing nearly all criminal cases. Additionally, some civil cases, civil suspension, fish and wildlife violations, appeals of traffic ticket and municipal ordinance violation decisions. Vermont's family courts hear mental health matters. The family courts also hear cases involving paternity, interstate support, marriage dissolution, support, custody, and miscellaneous domestic relations, including domestic violence. Vermont's family courts have exclusive juvenile jurisdiction. Jury trials are not available for family court matters. These courts also hear mental health matters, and have exclusive jurisdiction over estate matters, and adoption matters. Jury trials are not available. Vermont's environmental courts have jurisdiction to hear cases that involve administrative agency appeals. The Vermont supreme court is the state's highest court. The supreme court performs five basic functions: it hears final appeals from all cases originating in state courts and from certain administrative agency proceedings; establishes rules of civil, criminal, family and appellate procedure; administers the court system; admits attorneys to practice; and, serves as the disciplinary authority for all judicial officers and attorneys.
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|Vermont Criminal Court Records
Felony, misdemeanors and traffic violations.
|Vermont District Court Records
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|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.
|Exclusive tort, contract, real property rights ($0/no maximum), small claims ($3,500), civil appeals jurisdiction. Misc civil.
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