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What The Agency Does

Common public record requests include court filings, judicial decisions, biographies of judges, statutory information, policy and/or court rules, judicial performance review information for upcoming elections.

Note:

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.

Contact Information

1501 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007

Request Records

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  • The information below will be used to populate a form letter, which will be emailed to the appropriate agency from the email address you provide. You will be able to review the letter before sending. AZ Public Info never sees what records you are requesting or the agency to which you are sending the request. Once you submit the request, a confirmation email will be sent to you. Please note: AZ Public Info is not responsible for fulfilling any records requests; it merely assists users in sending their own records requests to the appropriate agency. It is the agency's responsibility to fulfill the request. Direct all inquiries regarding records requests to the appropriate agency, not AZ Public Info.

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