Delaware County court documents can be found with relative ease whether your quest for judicial records takes you to the World Wide Web or the office of a legal entity. Because the clerk of court’s office and the tribunals of the area all operate out of the same judicial complex, one trip is all it will take to find the court documents you are interested in.
Similarly, information on all types of cases, criminal as well as civil has been put up on a single website at http://w01.co.delaware.pa.us/pa/publicaccess.asp. The requirements for initiating a case search are simple. You will need to offer the name of the subject/litigant and/or the case number. If you want to find judicial records linked to a criminal case, you will also have to furnish the date of birth of the defendant. The docket number is also a mandatory requirement for such inquiries.
For civil case investigations, you can get by with the just the name of the litigant and the years to search through. This information can be provided online or you could visit the judicial complex and fill out the case search request form. You are probably wondering, why take the trouble when the results will be displayed on your screen in a few second if you were to take the internet route?
Not all court dockets from Delaware County, PA have been computerized. In fact, the cases that can be found through the site above or by using the public computers at the clerk of court’s office only go back to 1980. Older court documents are held in the form of microfilms, microfiche and paper books.
To access this information, you will need to necessarily call on the tribunal that heard the case or on the county clerk’s office. To reach out to these agencies, you could go to 201 W Front St, Media, PA 19063. The clerk of court’s department works out of Courthouse #107, Media, Pennsylvania 19063