How Do I Find A Court Case Number??

To find any court case records, start by entering the first and last name along with a state for the person you are searching criminal records for.

To find any court case records by case number, start by entering a case number.

What is a court case number?

Case numbers assigned by courts of limited jurisdiction (district and municipal courts) are determined by each court. Such case numbers may consist of all numbers, numbers and letters, or even include other characters such as a dash (-).

Are court cases public record?

Since 1999, many case files are maintained electronically and are available through the internet-based Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) service. PACER allows anyone with an account to search and locate appellate, district, and bankruptcy court case and docket information using PACER Case Locator.

How do I find a family court case?

You can look up your family court case online by visiting Clark County Courts Records Inquiry. From that page, click on “Family Records.” You will then be able to search public family records by case number or by a party’s name. Enter the full case number, or the party name as it appears on court documents.

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