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Campbell County Court Records

Court records in Campbell County contain data on court proceedings and actions. They are available in different forms, including audio and video recordings, sketches, handwritten documents, and online documents. Campbell County court records also feature different content based on the case type or other factors. For example, criminal court records may contain arrest information, sentencing information, and docket entries. In contrast, members of the public may find contact information and financial data in civil court cases.

Note: Virginia court records protect case parties from unfair court practices. The records also serve as precedents in future legal cases.

Are Court Records Public in Campbell County?

Under the Virginia Public Records Act, court records are public documents unless they contain exempt information. Campbell. The law defines Campbell public records or documents as files that record a public officer's activities or transactions. Furthermore, the law empowers specific record custodians to store and enable access to court records.

However, the Public Records Act also restricts access to certain records. Such records usually violate the record-bearer’s right to privacy or security. For instance, the personal information of crime victims is not accessible to the public. Other exempt court documents may include:

  • Court documents on attorney-client communication
  • Internal court records exempted by the Virginia Supreme Court
  • Court documents sealed by a court order or state or federal statutes.
  • Classified court records pertaining to involuntary admission (§ 37.2-818).
  • Court orders concerning confidential criminal investigations or prosecutions (§ 2.2-3706.1)

Campbell County Court Records Search

Record seekers may search Campbell court records via local and state custodian agencies. For example, the Virginia Judiciary maintains online access to Campbell County court records. In contrast, the county court holds specific court records and may allow in-person requests for the records. To access records from these agencies, record seekers are required to provide information on the requested record. The required search information may include the case number, case status, and court name.

Campbell County Court Records Search by Name

The Virginia Judiciary’s online payment system allows name-based searches for Campbell court records. The agency maintains multiple online repositories for accessing records under different courts. For example, the Virginia Online Case Information System maintains access to adult criminal cases handled in the county courts. Other online search databases may include:

Requesters can also conduct name searches for Campbell court records handled at the Supreme Court or Court of Appeals. To access the records, requesters must visit the courts’ physical locations. Alternatively, requesters may search court records by name in person at the county courts. The clerks of the courts may charge fees for producing the records.

Note: Record seekers may need to include additional search data, like case number or hearing date, to get more accurate results.

Campbell County Courts

The Campbell County system comprises circuit, district, and juvenile and domestic relations courts. The courts’ addresses and contact information are listed below:

Campbell County Circuit Court - 24th Judicial Circuit
732 Village Highway
Rustburg, VA 24588
Phone: (434) 592-9517


Campbell County General District Court - 24th Judicial District
732 Village Highway
Rustburg, VA 24588
Phone: (434) 332-9546


Campbell County Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
732 Village Highway
Rustburg, VA 24588
Phone: (434) 332-9555

Campbell County District Court Records

Campbell County’s General District Court oversees criminal and civil court cases. Criminal cases under the court’s jurisdiction include misdemeanors and traffic court cases. In addition, it hears civil cases like small claims, landlord/tenant disputes, and ordinance violations. The court also hears domestic violence protection orders.

Record seekers can find cases specific to the district court through online and offline request options. The Virginia Judicial System’s online district court case database provides online access to district court records. To use the platform, requesters must follow these steps:

  1. Visit the online case database.
  2. Select “Campbell General District Court” in the drop-down menu on the right side
  3. Next, choose a search option under the court case type. Available search options are:
    • Name Search
    • Case number search
    • Service/process search
    • Hearing date search

Conversely, Campbell County’s district court may allow in-person requests for the records. Requesters must request in person by visiting the clerk’s office at:

723 Village Highway
P.O. Box 100
Rustburg, VA 24588
Phone: (434) 332-9546

Campbell County Criminal Records

Campbell County criminal records contain histories of convictions and arrest information. The record does not contain information on criminal case proceedings. That said, the Virginia State Police is the designated custodian of criminal records. Also, it issues the records to the record subject and requesters who have authorization from the record subject.

Record seekers may conduct name- or fingerprint-based searches for criminal records at the VSP. For a name-based search for criminal records, requesters may send a mail request via these steps:

  1. Visit the VSP’s online request form.
  2. Select the specific request form from the drop-down option:
    • Form SP-167 (for the record subject, private companies, public members, and out-of-state agencies)
    • Form SP-230 (for employment purposes)
  3. Click “Submit” to generate and download the form
  4. Notarize the downloaded form. Include the search fee as a money order or check. It costs $15 to request criminal history records through the SP-167 and SP-230. However, you must pay $20 for criminal records that include information about sex offenders.
  5. Send the documents and fee via mail to:
    Virginia State Police
    Civil & Applicant Records Exchange (CARE)
    7700 Midlothian Turnpike
    N. Chesterfield, VA 23235

Record seekers can also get criminal records by submitting a completed fingerprint card at the VSP’s office, located at:

State Police Headquarters
7700 Midlothian Turnpike
North Chesterfield, VA 23235
Phone: (804) 674-2000

Requesters must provide a photo ID and any other identification to get fingerprinted at the VSP. It costs $10 to get a fingerprint card, while additional cards cost $5 each.

In contrast, you can find Campbell County arrest records at the county sheriff’s office. Requesters must fill out an online request form for Campbell's arrest information on the sheriff’s website. The County sheriff then sends the requested Campbell arrest information via mail, phone call, text, and email.

Campbell County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Campbell County criminal cases are under the purview of the general district court and circuit court. The circuit court oversees felonies, while the district court hears criminal cases with less severe penalties. Interested parties can obtain Campbell criminal court records by visiting the courthouse where the case was filed. The Virginia Judiciary is also a custodian of Campbell County criminal records. You may view the online records by using these search portals:

Requesters may obtain juvenile criminal records online via the online search portal.

Note: Online search portals generally provide access to only find non-confidential Campbell criminal records. Eligible parties must visit the courthouse to access confidential records.

Get Campbell County Civil Court Records

Campbell County civil court records provide information on civil cases filed at the district and circuit courts. That said, record seekers can find Campbell County civil court records online or in person at the office of the record custodian.

To get physical copies of the record, respondents must visit the clerks of the circuit court and general district court at:

Clerk of the Circuit Court
P.O. Box 100
Rustburg, VA, US 24588
Phone: (434) 332-9500


Clerk of the General District Court
P.O. Box 97
732 Village Highway
Rustburg, VA 24588-0097

Also, the Virginia Judicial System maintains civil court information via the general district court and circuit court online search portals. Interested parties can view the records by providing search details such as the case number and the party’s name.

Campbell County Family Court Records

In Campbell County, the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts hear all family-related court cases except divorce records. However, the circuit court oversees all divorce cases. To obtain family court records, you must request them in person at the Court of Juvenile and Domestic Relations:

723 Village Highway
P.O. Box 100
Rustburg, VA 24588
Phone: (434) 332-9555

Conversely, you can access online family court records via the Virginia Judiciary’s online search portal. You must input the required search information to view records on the portal.

Note: The online database does not feature confidential information. Record seekers can get verified records in person at the courthouse. The court will only release confidential family court records to eligible requesters. The record subject, legal representatives, and family relations are eligible to obtain the records.

Campbell Dissolution of Marriage Records

Marriage dissolution records contain data on divorce events. Public members seeking to obtain the records must follow these general guidelines:

  • Determine the courthouse or agency holding the record
  • Choose the preferred method of accessing the record
  • Provide the required information for the preferred request option

Campbell County Marriage and Divorce Records

Campbell marriage and divorce records are available through the Virginia Department of Health. As the custodian of Campbell County vital records, the agency issues certified copies of records to the following eligible requesters:

  • The record subject
  • Immediate family members: parents, siblings, grandparents, and offspring
  • Legal guardians with proof of custody

To obtain Campbell marriage and divorce records, requesters must send a request letter via drop-off or mail to the VDH’s Office of Vital Records at:

VDH, Office of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1000
Richmond, VA 23218-1000
Phone: (804) 662-6200

The request letter must include the following:

  • The required search information for the record
  • Requester’s signature
  • A photocopy of the requester’s ID
  • $12 fee for the requested copy. Money orders or checks must be signed and made payable to the State Health Department.

The VDH accepts weekly requests for vital records from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The circuit court clerk also maintains records of Campbell's marriage licenses and divorce court cases. You may obtain the record in person from the clerk’s office at:

723 Village Highway
P.O. Box 100
Rustburg, VA 24588
Phone: (434) 332-9517

Virginia Judiciary also provides online access to divorce records via the circuit court case portal. Record seekers can access the records by filling in the case number, case filing date, and other required court case information.

Campbell Birth and Death Records

The Virginia Department, via the Office of Vital Records, keeps records of birth and death events. The agency also issues certified copies of birth and death certificates to qualified applicants. According to the Office of Vital Records, eligible applicants may include the following:

  • The record subject
  • Immediate family members
  • Legal representatives
  • Legal guardians with proof of custody

Eligible applicants may request Campbell birth or death records via drop-off or mail requests to the Office of Vital Records at:

VDH, Office of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1000
Richmond, VA

The request must include these documents:

  • A written request letter that contains information about the requested document
  • The requestor's signature
  • A copy of the requester’s ID
  • A $12 search fee. For mail requests, the fee should be a money order or check payable to the State Health Department.

Birth and death records protect an individual’s right to access different benefits. For example, Campbell County birth records protect a record-bearer’s right to inherit property.

Campbell County Probate Court Records

In Campbell County, the circuit court hears probate cases such as name changes, wills, guardianships and conservatorships, and trustees. The clerk of the circuit court also handles probate-related issues like the appointment of trustees and administrators.

To obtain Campbell County probate records, requesters may request in person at:

The Circuit Court Clerk’s Office
723 Village Highway
P.O. Box 100
Rustburg, VA 24588
Phone: (434) 332-9517

In contrast, the Virginia Judiciary maintains online access to probate court records.

Campbell County Property Records

The Real Estate Office in Campbell County is responsible for keeping property records. The agency maintains an online search portal that provides data on property ownership, property tax cards, and tax maps. To use the online platform, record seekers must input these details:

  • The parcel owner’s name
  • Parcel ID
  • Location address.

In contrast, the Campbell County Treasurer’s Office maintains online databases for real estate and personal property taxes. You must input search data, such as the property owner’s name, account number, parcel number, and street number.

Campbell County Court Records Online

Virginia’s judicial system provides access to online court records in Campbell County. Public members may also access online court records through third-party sites like Operating independently of any state government agency, these sites may feature one or multiple case types. Third-party search sites are generally easy to navigate and may not prevent out-of-state or country requesters from accessing the site. Nevertheless, these sites are mostly unregulated and may feature inaccurate or outdated court records.

  • Criminal Records
  • Arrests Records
  • Warrants
  • Driving Violations
  • Inmate Records
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Federal Dockets
  • Probate Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Death Records
  • Property Records
  • Asset Records
  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • And More!