How to Find Someone's Court Date in Kentucky

When you or someone you know has an upcoming court date in the state of Kentucky, the date of your hearing will be included on all of the court correspondence concerning the case. The circuit clerk of the court can also provide the court date. If you don't have time to telephone the court clerk, the state has provided a way for you to independently locate a court date.

Access the Kentucky Court Records website. Click the tab that represents the type of search you would like to conduct. For instance, you can search by an individual's name, case number or citation number.

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Select the county for the court that has jurisdiction over the case. Specify whether the court division is Circuit or District.


Complete the remaining search fields with as much information as possible. For instance, if you are searching by and individual's name, you can enter his first name, last name, date of birth and driver's license number.


Click the “Search” button to complete your search. If an individual has a court date, his name and court date will appear in the search results.


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