Court Records

  • 08/12/2014 – 10:24

    The online option for Suffolk County case search appears to be temporarily down due to the cyberattack on or about September 8, 2022. There used to be a link that will give you access to the court minutes. If you need in depth information pertaining to a judicial matter, your best option would be to launch an ‘in person’ case search either with one of the tribunals or the clerk of court’s office.

  • 08/12/2014 – 10:23

    There are scores of reasons to look for Queens County court dockets; from finding out about the litigations that a commercial establishment is involved in to getting judicial records pertaining to a divorce and also in order to find criminal court documents in the name of a subject.

  • 08/12/2014 – 10:21

    If you are looking for judicial records from New York County, it will help to do your homework on the case pertaining to which the information is being sought, before you head out to the office of the judiciary. At least, when looking for court documents through the various tribunals in the area, this information will come in handy.

  • 08/12/2014 – 10:20

    The Kings County clerk of court’s deputies are in charge of maintaining judicial records and as such a representative of the department sits through every court session, whether it is being held to argue a criminal matter or it is a civil dispute. From the time that the police or a litigant files a case, the clerk of court’s office keeps information on the matter.

  • 08/12/2014 – 10:18

    Court documents from Bronx County can be found online and with various judicial agencies. A case search for a civil litigation or a criminal trial will get you all the judicial records pertaining to the matter. Typically, you can expect to be told about the filing of the criminal charges and if an arrest warrant or a grand jury indictment was involved in it and the basis on which a civil litigation was initiated.