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Finding and Viewing Court Cases – FAQ

Court case information for Arizona and more specifically Maricopa County can be accessed in several locations.

Maricopa County Superior Court

  • View docket/ case information at the link below:

http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/docket/index.asp

 

Maricopa County Justice Court

  • View docket/case information at the link below:

http://justicecourts.maricopa.gov/FindACase/casehistory.aspx

 

 Arizona Judicial Branch  offers Arizona Case Look-up, an online service providing information about court cases from 153 out of 180 courts in Arizona. Show unavailable courts. 

Arizona Case Look-up http://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/caselookup.aspx

 

The Clerk of the Superior Court maintains all court records. Viewing docket (court records) and obtaining certified copies of most Superior Court cases can be accomplished at all offices. At this link you can find more information about obtaining copies of cases: http://clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/copies.asp

 

Any person who has a Maricopa County Superior Court Case can register to view their own docket online at https://ecr.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/login.aspx

 

The downtown Law Library offers viewing and printing of most Maricopa County Superior Court case information at a cost of 50 cents per page.

 

 

 

 

 

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New Phone Number for Clerk of Court

In April the Clerk of the Superior Court  announced that as of Monday, May 19, 2014 all departments within the Clerk of Court can be reached at:

37-CLERK     (602)372-5375

The Clerk provides services for the court not limited to but including; accepting and maintaining court documents; marriage licenses; and family support services.

This is a list of topics on the Clerk’s FAQ page:

 

 

 

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Judicial education program of @azcourts hits 30-year milestone

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Arizona_Supreme_Court_SealI received some interesting news recently from Heather Murphy (she is the Director of Communications for the Arizona Supreme Court and Administrative Office of the Courts). Heather let me know that judicial education—what we all know as COJET—turned 30 this week. (It doesn’t look a day over 20!)

The anniversary was on November 18, to be precise. (And when you’re dealing with continuing education, you want to be precise!)

When it comes to lawyer education—MCLE—I have heard an earful over the years. But many attorneys may be unaware of all the continuing ed that judicial officers must obtain.

I am looking for stories of court innovation that we can tell in 2014 as part of our NextLaw initiative, and I’m expecting some of those stories may come from our own Supreme Court. I appreciate this story, which is a jump-start on that effort.

Here is

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