What The Agency Does
Common public record requests include civil, criminal, domestic-relations, probate, child-support and guardianship case records; courtroom case calendars; court testimony transcriptions; marriage, annulment and divorce records; payment records for court-appointed attorneys.
Only court administrative documents – for example, budgets, memoranda and policy documents – may be requested through this public-record request process. Documents and filings pertaining to specific court cases generally must be requested in person from the clerk of the court in which the case is being heard. Docketed case filings often can be searched electronically on the website of the court where the case is being heard. But in most cases, the documents themselves may only be retrieved and copied by visiting the clerk of that court’s office.
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