How to Find Any Court Case in Toledo, Ohio

As Personal Injury Lawyers, the lawyers at Sawan & Sawan know how powerful access to information is. Fortunately, we live in a time where many public records are widely available to us – especially access to Court Records. Sawan & Sawan wrote this guide to help you understand how to access these important records. If you have any specific questions about a legal matter, please call us today at 419-900-0955 or send us a message on the form below. 

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Finding the Right Court in Toledo, Ohio

The first step to finding a Court Case in Toledo, Ohio is to determine the proper Court. Toledo, Ohio has several different Courts, each with their own online system for record keeping and access. Also remember that there are different divisions within many of these Courts – such as the division that handles criminal cases and the division that handles civil cases. Of course, knowing where to look is the first step to avoiding confusion and frustration when looking up a legal proceeding in Toledo, Ohio. A list of Courts in Toledo, Ohio with there respective links is as follows:

Lucas County Court of Common Pleas - General Division
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700 Adams
Toledo, Ohio 43604
Lucas County Court of Common Pleas - Juvenile Division
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1801 Spielbusch Ave
​Toledo, OH 43604
Lucas County Domestic Relations Court
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429 N. Michigan St.
​Toledo, Ohio 43604
Toledo Municipal Court
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555 North Erie Street
​Toledo, Ohio 43604
Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals
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One Constitution Ave.
​Toledo, Ohio 43604
Sylvania Municipal Court
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6700 Monroe Street
​Sylvania, Ohio 43560
Maumee Municipal Court
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400 Conant Street
​Maumee, Ohio 43537
Lucas County Probate Court
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700 Adams - 2nd Floor
​Toledo, Ohio 43604

Once you’ve found the correct Court, the next step is to run a search in the online database. The simplest way to do this is to look for one of the parties names – whether it is a business or a person. In most Court’s the first numbers in a case will denote the year in which it is filed. For example, CI-2020-XXXX, means that the case was filed in 2020. This can help you narrow down specific cases from a longer list of litigation or criminal history – so long as you know when the case started. Reading and understanding public records can be confusing, so our lawyers are standing by to help you with any legal issue you may have. Give us a call today to schedule a free consultation. 

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