Auburn Court Records Search

See Auburn ND courts and search free public court records. Courts are legal institutions which resolve disputes between parties and rule on legal cases related to civil, criminal, and administrative matters.

Grafton Municipal Court 5 East 4th Street Grafton ND 58237 6.1 miles from Auburn 701-352-2180

Grafton District Court 600 Cooper Avenue Grafton ND 58237 6.3 miles from Auburn 701-352-0350

St. Thomas Municipal Court 301 Main Street St. Thomas ND 58276 7.9 miles from Auburn 701-257-6640

Drayton Municipal Court 122 South Main Street Drayton ND 58225 12.4 miles from Auburn 701-454-3580

Park River Municipal Court 514 Briggs Avenue South Park River ND 58270 16.0 miles from Auburn 701-284-6024

Cavalier District Court 301 Dakota Street West Cavalier ND 58220 21.5 miles from Auburn 701-265-4373

Cavalier Municipal Court 301 Division Avenue North Cavalier ND 58220 21.7 miles from Auburn 701-993-3201

Kittson County Court 410 5th Street South Hallock MN 56728 29.2 miles from Auburn 218-843-3632

Walhalla Municipal Court 302 10th Street Walhalla ND 58282 36.0 miles from Auburn 701-549-3170

Marshall County Court 208 East Colvin Avenue Warren MN 56762 37.5 miles from Auburn 218-745-4816

Emerado Municipal Court 201 Main Street Emerado ND 58228 40.8 miles from Auburn 701-594-4542

Larimore Municipal Court 122 West Main Street Larimore ND 58251 42.4 miles from Auburn 701-343-2181

Grand Forks Municipal Court 1701 North Washington Street Grand Forks ND 58203 43.1 miles from Auburn 701-787-8160

Grand Forks District Court 124 South 4th Street Grand Forks ND 58201 44.5 miles from Auburn 701-787-2700

Langdon District Court 901 3rd Street Langdon ND 58249 46.0 miles from Auburn 701-256-2124

Thompson Municipal Court 306 Pacific Avenue Thompson ND 58278 52.7 miles from Auburn 701-599-2973

Lakota District Court 210 B Avenue West Lakota ND 58344 52.7 miles from Auburn 701-247-2462

Northwood Municipal Court 12 North Raymond Street Northwood ND 58267 53.6 miles from Auburn 701-587-5370

About Courts

A court is a judicial body charged with resolving violations of a legal right. Judicial courts are created by the government and enforce the law by hearing civil and criminal matters.

Court records are available to the public. Court documents contain valuable information on a range of legal issues, including felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic accident reports, tax court records, and more. Many court records are available online.