Most county courts operate official county websites where online users can search court records by cause numbers. A cause number is a series of numbers a court gives to a prosecuted case for easy filing and identificatio... More »

Individuals can find information on civil court cases by visiting the state's government website and searching for cases by name or case number, states the Virginia and Arizona court websites. Some websites also allow in... More »

Information about recent court cases is commonly available on the websites of local, state and federal court websites such as the CaseNet portal in Missouri, according to the Judicial Branch of the Missouri state governm... More »

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Anyone who wants to search through the Tarrant County court records has to provide the case number to access the electronic court data. It is still possible to obtain public court records without a case number by paying ... More »

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Many state and local court websites feature a tool to search cases by case number on the main page, while some feature a tab or link called Online Services or Site Map that leads to a search tool. NCSC.org features links... More »

Access juvenile court records for free or for a minimal fee by accessing your state's juvenile court website, suggests the Catholic Legal Immigration Network. Some states, such as Arizona, offer free access to juvenile c... More »

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Individuals can view court records by requesting access to court documents in person at a county, state or federal courthouse at the clerk's office. Many case files can also be accessed at public access terminals at cert... More »