Mount Vernon Courts

See Mount Vernon ME 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.


Farmington District Court 129 Main Street Farmington ME 04938 14.2 miles from Mount Vernon 207-778-8200


Franklin County Superior Court 140 Main Street Farmington ME 04938 14.3 miles from Mount Vernon 207-778-3346

Kennebec County Superior Court 95 State Street Augusta ME 04330 16.5 miles from Mount Vernon 207-624-5800

Augusta District Court 145 State Street Augusta ME 04330 16.7 miles from Mount Vernon 207-287-8075

Waterville District Court 18 Colby Street Waterville ME 04901 18.2 miles from Mount Vernon 207-873-2103

Somerset County Superior Court 41 Court Street Skowhegan ME 04976 22.7 miles from Mount Vernon 207-474-5161

Skowhegan District Court 47 Court Street Skowhegan ME 04976 22.7 miles from Mount Vernon 207-474-9518

Rumford District Court 145 Congress Street Rumford ME 04276 27.7 miles from Mount Vernon 207-364-7171

Lewiston District Court 71 Lisbon Street Lewiston ME 04240 30.1 miles from Mount Vernon 207-795-4801

Androscoggin County Superior Court 2 Turner Street Auburn ME 04210 30.3 miles from Mount Vernon 207-783-5450

Oxford County Superior Court 26 Western Avenue South Paris ME 04281 32.6 miles from Mount Vernon 207-743-8936

South Paris District Court 26 Western Avenue South Paris ME 04281 32.6 miles from Mount Vernon 207-743-8942

Superior Court 32 High Street Wiscasset ME 04578 37.8 miles from Mount Vernon 207-882-7517

Wiscasset District Court 32 High Street Wiscasset ME 04578 37.8 miles from Mount Vernon 207-882-6363

West Bath District Court 147 New Meadows Road Bath ME 04530 40.7 miles from Mount Vernon 207-442-0200

Superior Court 752 High Street Bath ME 04530 41.6 miles from Mount Vernon 207-443-9733

Newport District Court 12 Water Street Newport ME 04953 42.0 miles from Mount Vernon 207-368-5778

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.