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  2. These North Carolina courthouses also hear appeals of district court cases. There are eight superior court divisions around the state. Mentioned courts had 16,194 civil and 126,707 criminal cases before them in a recent year, which can be accessed via North Carolina court case lookup. There were an additional 8,600 criminal-level traffic issues.

  3. Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court

    Attorneys are able to access images on cases where they are on the case record, and individual parties will have access to cases where you are the party of record. The system will not allow access to sealed cases, sealed or confidential documents, Juvenile cases, or Mental Health cases. Access ECR Online.

  4. If you go to legal aid for help with your case, the legal aid staff may be authorized to use remote access to look at the electronic records in your case with your consent. Government Staff — State and local government agencies often need staff to view court records in the performance of government functions. Staff from these agencies may be ...

  5. These include the Supreme Court, the Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court, and the Court of Appeals. Cases begin in the trial courts. Sometimes, they are asked to make an appeal, where the case then makes its way into the Appellate courts. In New York, the highest level of court is the Court of Appeals.

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  7. Notary Public FAQs - Colorado Secretary of State

    In the case of divorce, the clerk of the court that issued the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage can provide a certified copy of the order. The vital records section of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is the only place to get official copies of birth or death certificates. Q14.

  8. Free Arrest Warrant Search -

    How to Lookup Your Arrest Warrant Online. 1. Determine the State and County where you have a warrant 2. Lookup the Police or County Court Clerk’s Websites 3. Contact the Police Department or County Courthouse 4. Each government website should have a Warrant Search feature

  9. Family Law Self-Help Center - Overview of Termination of ...

    In that event, the Child Support office must be notified of a termination case and may oppose the termination if public assistance is being provided. If CPS has been involved with a family, the Department of Family Services (“DFS”) can file a petition asking a judge to terminate a parent’s rights.