Courts may keep official records about cases in paper or electronic format. There are three ways to look at court records: Go to the courthouse and ask to look at paper records. Go to the courthouse and look at electronic court records. If your court offers it, look at electronic records over the internet. This is called “remote access.”
Court Records. The California State Archives hold over 25,000 cubic feet of historic records of the Supreme Court of California and the California Courts of Appeal. The Supreme and Appellate Court records form a rich source for researchers studying legal, social, economic, political and other aspects of California's history. These record groups ...
Records & Information. California Rules of Court provide the public with reasonable access to court records for viewing and copying. Court records are presumed to be open, unless they are considered confidential by statute or are sealed by a judge. Access to confidential cases is limited to parties to that case and government issued picture ...
Electronic Access to Court Records The Court provides electronic access to criminal court records, when feasible. Access to electronic records save the public time and effort and promotes efficiency with court operations. The Court complies with California Rule of Court (CRC) 2.500 - Public Access to Electronic Court Records by providing:
Any person who willfully destroys or alters any court record maintained in electronic form is subject to the penalties imposed by Government Code section 6201. To obtain an "official certified" record of the court, please visit the Court and request the specific documents in person or do so in writing.
The mission of the Butte County Superior Court is to create a court environment deserving of community respect by: resolving disputes according to law; ensuring and protecting peoples' rights; taking a leadership role in preserving order in society; and providing exceptional, accessible and fair justice services to all.