Baker Court

See Baker OK courts and search free public court records. Courts are legal institutions which resolve disputes between parties and rule on legal cases related to civil, criminal, and administrative matters.


Liberal Municipal Court 325 North Washington Avenue Liberal KS 67901 13.0 miles from Baker 620-626-0143


Seward County District Court 415 North Washington Avenue Liberal KS 67901 13.1 miles from Baker 620-626-3375

Forgan Municipal Court 120 E Main St Forgan OK 73938 26.7 miles from Baker 580-487-3393

Beaver County Court 111 Second Street Beaver OK 73932 27.9 miles from Baker 580-625-3191

Hugoton District Court 200 East 6th Street Hugoton KS 67951 27.9 miles from Baker 620-544-2484

Hugoton Municipal Court 631 South Main Street Hugoton KS 67951 28.0 miles from Baker 620-544-8531

Beaver Municipal Court 28 Second Street Beaver OK 73932 28.0 miles from Baker 580-625-3331

Kismet Municipal Court 503 Main Street Kismet KS 67859 29.0 miles from Baker 620-563-9503

Perryton Municipal Court 21 Southeast 2nd Avenue Perryton TX 79070 34.7 miles from Baker 806-435-4002

Ochiltree County Court 511 South Main Street Perryton TX 79070 34.9 miles from Baker 806-435-8031

Perryton Justice of Peace Court 511 South Main Street Perryton TX 79070 34.9 miles from Baker 806-435-8020

Plains Municipal Court 404 Grand Avenue Plains KS 67869 35.9 miles from Baker 620-563-7611

Rolla Municipal Court 304 Washington Street Rolla KS 67954 38.1 miles from Baker 620-593-4777

Lipscomb Justice of Peace Court 101 South Main Street Booker TX 79005 39.1 miles from Baker 806-862-3844

Booker Municipal Court 214 South Main Street Booker TX 79005 39.2 miles from Baker 806-658-4579

Sublette District Court 300 South Inman Street Sublette KS 67877 43.2 miles from Baker 620-675-2671

Satanta Municipal Court 103 Cody Street Sublette KS 67877 43.4 miles from Baker 620-649-2500

Sublette Municipal Court 103 Cody Street Sublette KS 67877 43.4 miles from Baker 620-675-2326

About Courts

A court is a judicial body charged with resolving violations of a legal right. Judicial courts are created by the government and enforce the law by hearing civil and criminal matters.

Court records are available to the public. Court documents contain valuable information on a range of legal issues, including felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic accident reports, tax court records, and more. Many court records are available online.