Glenburn Court Records Search

See Glenburn ND 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.


Burlington Municipal Court 9 Willow Street Burlington ND 58722 18.7 miles from Glenburn 701-721-7759


Surrey City Municipal Judge 100 Pleasant Avenue South Surrey ND 58785 19.5 miles from Glenburn 701-852-4154

Minot District Court 315 3rd Street Southeast Minot ND 58701 19.6 miles from Glenburn 701-857-6600

Minot Municipal Court 515 2nd Avenue Southwest Minot ND 58701 19.6 miles from Glenburn 701-857-4759

Mohall District Court 205 Main Street East Mohall ND 58761 21.7 miles from Glenburn 701-756-6398

Mohall Municipal Court 205 Main Street East Mohall ND 58761 21.7 miles from Glenburn 701-756-6464

Westhope Municipal Court 95 1st Avenue Westhope ND 58793 28.9 miles from Glenburn 701-245-6316

Sherwood Municipal Court 204 Main Street Sherwood ND 58782 36.1 miles from Glenburn 701-459-2261

Towner District Court 407 South Main Street Towner ND 58788 39.2 miles from Glenburn 701-537-5729

Kenmare Municipal Court 5 3rd Street Northeast Kenmare ND 58746 40.9 miles from Glenburn 701-385-4232

Bottineau District Court 314 5th Street West Bottineau ND 58318 41.4 miles from Glenburn 701-228-3983

Bottineau Municipal Court 314 5th Street West Bottineau ND 58318 41.4 miles from Glenburn 701-228-5916

Max Municipal Court 215 Main Street Max ND 58759 47.9 miles from Glenburn 701-679-2770

Bowbells District Court 103 Main Street Bowbells ND 58721 50.9 miles from Glenburn 701-377-2718

Mountrail Clerk-District Court 101 South Main Street Stanley ND 58784 55.3 miles from Glenburn 701-628-2915

Stanley Municipal Court 221 South Main Street Stanley ND 58784 55.3 miles from Glenburn 701-629-5032

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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.

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