In order to access Tulsa County court dockets online, you have two options; one which is available courtesy of the state judiciary and can be used to access court documents from all the counties of Oklahoma. The other is an exclusive Tulsa County case search provision which is offered by the clerk of court’s office of the area. These websites are available at:
- State judiciary: www1.odcr.com/
- Tulsa County case search: http://www.tulsadistrictcourt.com/
You can also find a separate web page that is dedicated to cases that have been heard by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma. Applicants are also given the choice to find court dockets from Oklahoma County by visiting the offices of one of the judicial entities that handle records keeping or the actual disposition of legal matters.
In other words, you can either go to the local courthouse or the Tulsa County clerk of court’s office in your quest for judicial records. Of course, you could just as well write to these judicial agencies. However, the response can be slow in the coming. On the other hand, if you do show up at the county clerk’s office, you can simply ask one of the deputies to get the case search done for you or you can take matters into your own hands by using the public service terminals.
The 14th Judicial District Court which handles the bulk of the legal matters for Tulsa is located at 500 S Denver Ave Tulsa, OK 74103-3832. They will be able to tell you about felony and misdemeanor charges, civil actions as well as small claims, probate, family and evictions.
To look for Tulsa County court dockets, you will need to have the name of the subject and you will need to know about the time period in which most cases against this individual were filed. The clerk of court’s office of Tulsa County, OK can also be found at the same judicial complex.