What time do Delaware courts close?
Hours & Locations By Court
|Criminal and Civil JP Courts closing at 4:00 pm cannot accept cash payment after 3:30 pm.|
|Justice of the Peace Court 02||Rehoboth||Criminal (Statewide Videophone)|
|Justice of the Peace Court 03||Georgetown||Criminal – 24 hours|
|Justice of the Peace Court 04||Seaford||Criminal|
How many judges are in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas?
There are nine Judges of the Court of Common Pleas statewide. Five Judges are residents of New Castle County, two Judges are residents of Kent County, and two Judges are residents of Sussex County.
How do i find divorce records in Delaware?
To obtain copies of Delaware divorce records, submit a request to the Records Department of the Family Court in the county where the divorce was granted. Most Delaware Family Courts accept in-person and mail requests for court records.
How do I get a Delaware police report?
Police reports are NOT subject to release pursuant to the Delaware Freedom of Information Act. Picture ID is required to obtain a report. Requests for police reports can be made using this form. The Records Division can be reached at (302) 366-7100 – option 3 – between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
What is the capital of Delaware?
DoverDelaware / Capital
Are Delaware County courts open?
Delaware County Courthouse 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Which Delaware court is exclusively in charge of felony cases?
The Superior Court
The Superior Court, the State’s court of general jurisdiction, has original jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases except equity cases. The Court has exclusive jurisdiction over felonies and almost all drug offenses.
What does the Delaware Court of Common Pleas do?
The mission of the Delaware Court of Common Pleas is to provide a neutral forum for the people and institutions of Delaware, in the resolution of everyday problems, disputes, and more complex legal matters in a fair, professional, efficient, and practical manner. Legal Jurisdiction of the Court of Common Pleas is explained in…
What is the jurisdiction of the Court of Common Pleas?
The Court of Common Pleas has a wide jurisdiction that includes Criminal and Civil cases. There are nine judges of the Court of Common Pleas. Each Judge is nominated by the Governor for a term of 12 years.
What do you need to know about the Court of Common Pleas?
Policies and procedures that govern how the Court of Common Pleas operates. Read the Bail, Civil, and Criminal rules of the Court of Common Pleas. eFiling of civil cases is available in the Court of Common Pleas and is required in certain cases.
Will the Court of Common Pleas be holding trials in 2022?
The Court of Common Pleas will not be holding trials in January 2022. Most proceedings are being held virtually using Zoom. For Zoom scheduling and instructions, please visit the Zoom page.