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Use the resources below to research the more common records at the state level.  For other records, try the menus on the side.

  • Court System - The Mississippi court system has six levels. First are Municipal Courts, handling misdemeanors, ordinances, and traffic violations. Second are Justice Courts (small claims, felony prelim. hearings, misdemeanors & traffic offenses outside a municipality), and County Courts (juvenile matters, eminent domain, civil to $200K, misdemeanors, non-capital felonies). Third are Chancery Courts, which handle equity, adoption, custody, divorce, guardianship, wills, mental illness, and also juvenile matters through a Youth Court division. Fourth are Circuit Courts, which handle felony & civil cases, and appeals from lower courts. Fifth is the Court of Appeals, which reviews opinions from lower courts. Sixth is the Supreme Court, which can review cases from the Appeals court and all others.  Mississippi Court Records
  • Criminal Records - Misdemeanors and ordinance & traffic violations occurring within a city or town are handled by the Municipal Courts. Those occurring outside of a municipality are handled by Justice Courts. Some misdemeanors are handled by the County Courts, which can also oversee non-capital felonies. The Youth Court, a division of the Chancery Court, handles juvenile offenses. The Drug Court may handle drug offenses. Most felony cases are handled by the Circuit Courts.  To search records and learn about official record checks from the state, go to our Mississippi Criminal Records page.
  • Vital Records - Certificates are provided by: Vital Records, State Dept of Health, 571 Stadium Dr., PO Box 1700, Jackson, MS 39215, (601) 576-7960, Fax: (601) 576-7505.  Visit our Vital Records page for: Madison County birth records; the Social Security Death Index for Mississippi, and available county obituary, cemetery, and death record databases; marriage databases from available counties.


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