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Benton County Court Records

Benton County court records contain information on court proceedings in the county courts. County records may also contain data on judicial actions undertaken by court officials. Court records in Benton County may differ based on the case type, status, and the format in which they were stored. For instance, civil court records may contain court summons and financial information, while criminal records may feature criminal histories. Irrespective of the differences, all court case records will include the case number or citation number and case event summaries.

Note: Arkansas court records ensure the courts follow legal procedures in court cases. Also, court officials or interested public members may use the records as evidence in future court proceedings.

Are Court Records Public in Benton County?

Benton County records are public records under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. The state law governs access to court records and determines the agency responsible for keeping and issuing them.

Under the state law, certain court records are redacted or restricted from the public. Generally, exempt documents may contain information that violates the record subject's right to privacy or security. For instance, medical records in court documents are generally redacted from public view. Other exempt court records include:

  • Unpublished notes, drafts, and memoranda created by court officials in their decision-making process
  • Court documents that are redacted by court orders, state, or federal statutes
  • Grand jury minutes
  • Home addresses of court-appointed officials
  • Security plans and vulnerability assessment of court buildings
  • Personal information of crime witnesses and victims.

Benton County Court Records Search

Record seekers may search Benton County court records by contacting the record custodians. Record custodians may include both local and state-level government agencies. These agencies may also maintain different options through which requesters can obtain records. Court records in Benton County are accessible via mail, online, or walk-in orders.

For example, record seekers can view court records online by using the Arkansas Judiciary Case Search. In contrast, you may opt for mail or walk-in orders to get paper copies of the record.

Benton County Court Records Search by Name

Requesters can conduct name searches for court records online or in person at the record custodian's physical address. The Arkansas Judiciary Case Search is an online database that allows name searches for court records. To use the platform, visit the online portal and choose “participants” in the drop-down menu. Next, input the case party's name to view the records.

There are no required fees for viewing Benton County court records on the database.

Benton County Courts

Benton County courts consist of district courts and circuit courts. The courts’ addresses and contact details are listed below:

Benton County Circuit Court
Benton County Courthouse
102 Northeast A Street
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 271-1015
Fax: (479) 271-5719


Benton County Circuit Court - Juvenile
Juvenile Justice Center
1301 Melissa Drive
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 271-5702


Benton County District Court - Bella Vista
612 West Lancashire Boulevard
Bella Vista, AR 72715
Phone: (479) 367-7625


Benton County District Court - Bentonville
2706 South Walton Boulevard
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 271-3120
Fax: (479) 271-3134


Benton County District Court - Bethel Heights
530 Sunrise Drive
Bethel Heights, AR 72764
Phone: (479) 751-7481
Fax: (479) 750-1698


Benton County District Court - Cave Springs
134 North Main Street
P.O. Box 36
Cave Springs, AR 72718
Phone: (479) 248-1040
Fax: (479) 248-7521


Benton County District Court - Centerton
220 Municipal Drive
Centerton, AR 72719
Phone: (479) 795-4431 ext. 2


Benton County District Court - Decatur
P.O. Box 459
Gentry, AR 72734
Phone: (479) 736-8579
Fax: (479) 736-8743


Benton County District Court - Gentry
P.O. Box 459
Gentry, AR 72734
Phone: (479) 736-8579
Fax: (479) 736-8743


Benton County District Court - Gravette
604 1st Avenue Southeast
Gravette, AR 72736
Phone: (479) 787-5757
Fax: (479) 787-5018


Benton County District Court - Little Flock
1500 Little Flock Drive
Little Flock, AR 72756
Phone: (479) 636-2081
Fax: (479) 636-2318


Benton County District Court - Lowell
216 N Lincoln Street
Lowell, AR 72745
Phone: (479) 770-0166


Benton County District Court - Pea Ridge
City Hall
977 Weston Street
P.O. Box 10
Pea Ridge, AR 72751
Phone: (479) 451-1122
Fax: (479) 358-9126


Benton County District Court - Rogers
1901 S Dixieland Road
Rogers, AR 72756
Phone: (479) 621-1138 (Civil, Small Claims)
Fax: (479) 621-6058 (Civil, Small Claims)
Phone: (479) 621-1132 (Criminal, Traffic)
Fax: (479) 621-1136 (Criminal, Traffic)


Benton County District Court - Siloam Springs
410 North Broadway
P.O. Box 80
Siloam Springs, AR 72761
Phone: (479) 524-4947
Fax: (479) 238-0995


Benton County District Court - Sulphur Springs
P.O. Box 145
Sulphur Springs, AR 72768
Phone: (479) 298-3103
Fax: (479) 298-3515

Benton County District Court Records

Benton County district courts have jurisdiction over certain civil and criminal court cases. It has exclusive authority over civil cases with claims less than $100. However, it shares jurisdiction over civil cases that involve claims between $100 and $25,000. The court also oversees criminal cases such as misdemeanors and infractions.

The court clerks of the district courts are responsible for keeping all district court records. You may need to request the records in person at the district court where the case was filed. The district court in Bentonville maintains an online search portal for all cases filed at the courthouse. To view court cases on the portal, requesters must input the case party's name, citation number, or docket number.

The Arkansas Judiciary also maintains a searchable portal for district court records. Requesters only need to fill-in the case party's name or citation number to view the records.

Benton County Criminal Records

The Arkansas Department of Public Safety is the designated custodian of criminal records in Benton County. Also, the agency only releases criminal records to the record subject and persons with a signed consent letter from the record subject.

The agency allows name-based or fingerprint-based searches for criminal records. Requesters may access these records via an online request system or mail-in requests. To use the online request system, requesters must create an account and pay the required search fee. The pricing for criminal records is listed below:

  • $22 for name-based criminal record request
  • $14.25 for fingerprint-based requests.

Record seekers must fill out the corresponding request form to access Benton County criminal records via mail-in requests. Furthermore, include a $25 money order or check alongside the completed form and send it to:

Arkansas State Police, ID Bureau
1 State Police Plaza Drive
Little Rock, AR 72209

On the other hand, you'll find Benton County arrest records at the sheriff's office. To access arrest information, requesters must fill out an online request form on the sheriff's website.

Benton County Criminal Court Case Lookup

You can look up Benton County criminal court records online or offline. The Arkansas Judiciary allows online access to criminal court docket cases. In contrast, the Benton County circuit court clerk allows in-person requests for criminal records. Interested parties must visit the court clerk during business hours at:

Circuit Clerk’s Office
102 Northeast A Street
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 271-1016 (Criminal)

Get Benton County Civil Court Records

In Benton County, civil court records provide information on legal disputes between two or more parties. Civil court cases are heard at the district and circuit courts. Record seekers can find civil court records by visiting the court that handled the case. Most courts in Benton County maintain self-service public terminals for viewing court records.

The Arkansas Judiciary is an alternative repository for accessing online civil court records. To access court records on the platform, requesters must input either the case party’s name or citation number.

Note: The court clerks may charge fees for retrieving and printing copies of the requested document.

Benton County Family Court Records

Benton County circuit courts oversee all family court cases. Cases under the court’s jurisdiction include divorce, termination of parental rights, adoption, and juvenile cases.

The circuit clerk keeps records of all family court cases filed in the circuit courts. Interested parties can access these records by visiting the clerk’s office at:

102 Northeast A Street
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 271-1016 (Criminal)

Benton Dissolution of Marriage Records

Interested parties can seek and obtain dissolution of marriage records via these general steps:

  • Find the record custodian
  • Select your preferred request method.
  • Fulfill the requirements, which may include paying the search fee.

Benton County Marriage and Divorce Records

Benton County marriage and divorce records are under the purview of state and county-level agencies. The county and circuit court clerks are the local custodians of marriage and divorce records, respectively. In contrast, the Arkansas Department of Health maintains access to these documents statewide.

At the county level, the county clerk provides online or in-person access to marriage licenses. To access records online, requesters must use the county clerk's online search portal. Also, requesters may visit the county clerk to view marriage licenses at this location:

Administrative Building
215 East Central Avenue
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 271-1013

On the other hand, you may visit the circuit court clerk's office to view divorce cases filed at the county courts. Also, record seekers may view indexes of divorce cases online via the Arkansas Judiciary database. That said, visit the clerk’s office during business hours at:

Administration Building
Benton County Courthouse
102 Northeast A Street
Bentonville, AR 72712

The circuit and county clerks maintain a joint archive for Benton County marriage records stored in film format. To access these records, you may send an email at

On the other hand, the ADH allows online, mail, or walk-in requests for marriage and divorce records. Nevertheless, the agency will only allow eligible requesters to access Benton County vital records less than 100 years old.

To request or order records online, fill out the online request form. You must upload a valid ID and a proof of relationship document. On the other hand, you can request via mail by gathering these documents:

Next, send these documents via mail to:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205

Requesters may receive physical copies of the records in-person during business hours at the aforementioned address. The ADH also permits requests via phone call to (866) 209-9482.

Benton Birth and Death Records

The Arkansas Department of Health, via the State Bureau of Vital Records, keeps records of Benton County birth and death records. However, only eligible requesters can request and get birth and death records less than 100 years old. Eligible persons may include:

  • The record subject
  • Spouse or legal domestic partner
  • Parent or guardian
  • Descendants
  • Designated legal representatives
  • Genealogist
  • Government agencies.

The ADH allows online, mail, phone, or walk-in requests for records in its custody. Requesters must fill out an online request form to request or order online. Also, they must upload the required documents and pay the search fee via credit card. Note that credit payments will incur a $1.85 non-refundable identification verification fee and a $5 processing fee.

In contrast, mail or walk-in requests must include these documents:

For mail-in requests, requesters must send the search fee as a money order or check payable to the Arkansas Department of Health.

Send these documents via mail or in person to:

Arkansas Department of Health
Vital Records
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205

Visit the ADH during business hours to receive the record on the same day. Also, the ADH accepts requests made via phone at (866) 209-9482.

Benton County birth and death records play an important role in genealogy research. Moreover, these documents help to safeguard the record subject’s rights or those of related persons (in the case of death records). For example, Benton County birth certificates protect the record subject’s citizen rights.

Benton County Probate Court Records

Benton County's circuit court clerk keeps records of all probate cases. Probate cases under the clerk's custody include trusts, name changes, wills and estates, and guardianships.

Interested parties may access probate records online, via mail, or in person. The Arkansas Judiciary Database maintains an online repository of Benton County probate records. In contrast, the circuit clerk keeps indexes of court dockets on a search portal. To access physical copies of probate records, requesters must visit the clerk's office in person at:

Administration Building
Benton County Courthouse
102 Northeast A Street
Bentonville, AR 72712

The clerk’s office also keeps probate records in microfilm formats at the Archive Section. Requesters may access the record via email requests to

Benton County Property Records

Property records in Benton County contain information on real estate-related data, liens, UCCs, plats, mortgages, and judgments. Interested parties will find online real estate records at the Benton County Assessor's Office. Meanwhile, the circuit court’s clerk keeps online and land-based records.

To view real estate records online, requesters must input the property owner's last name or parcel number. On the other hand, you must create an account before accessing land-based records online.

You may view property records by visiting the agencies at:

Benton County’s Assessor’s Office
2109 West Walnut Street
Rogers, AR 7275
Phone: (479) 271-1033 (Personal Property Department)


Benton County’s Office of the Circuit Court Clerk
Administration Building
Benton County Courthouse
102 Northeast A Street
Bentonville, AR 72712

Benton County Court Records Online

Benton court records are obtainable via the Arkansas Judiciary database and county-level online search sites. You may also find these records on third-party search sites like These sites are generally easy to use and may not require proof of identification. Nevertheless, requesters must exercise caution when using third-party search sites. Some may contain inaccurate or outdated court information.

  • Criminal Records
  • Arrests Records
  • Warrants
  • Driving Violations
  • Inmate Records
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Federal Dockets
  • Probate Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Death Records
  • Property Records
  • Asset Records
  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • And More!