Arizona Public Court Records Information
Certain information is made available by the Supreme Court of Arizona for the public to access. The list of the services and court records are available from the official website of the court http://www.supreme.state.az.us/.
Access to Public Court Records
If you visit the official website of the Supreme Court of Arizona, you will come across the section mentioned Public Information & Assistance.
The lists of information that are available to the public are Attorney Information, Complaints, Children/Family Issues, Divorce/Parenting Issues, Domestic Violence, Law for Seniors/Probate, Eviction/Small Claim/Other, Jury Duty, Pending Rules Petitions, Public Access Case Lookup, Self Service Forms, Traffic Issues and Victims Rights.
Public Court Records
The information which are produced and gathered in the form of files can be accessible by the public and these are public records. The records contain reports, contracts, minutes, deeds, vital records and all of these records are transacted on behalf of the public.
The investigation and accident reports are public records and are maintained by the police departments. The orders and court judgments are records for public access and these are maintained by the courts, but the case evidences are kept by the producing agency. These agencies can be state crime lab or police departments.
The marriage records are accessible by the public and it is available through the Supreme Court of Arizona. The marriage license contains the county in which the wedding took place, name of the groom, bride’s maiden name, the age and birth dates of the bride and the groom, parents name and residence, previous marriage, name of the officiate, divorce status and the name of the witnesses.
But unlike the birth and death records which are only available from the County Vital Records Offices, the records of marriage can be obtained from the Clerk of the Superior Court in the county where the event took place. You can get the official copies of marriage certificates from the Clerk’s Office.
The criminal records are available from the Clerk’s Office. These records are stored and maintained by the record division of the court. These records contain cases which include cases of felony like rape, murder and others. Some DUI cases are also part of these criminal records.
The criminal records are maintained by the courts are useful for background checks in matters of employment. The process of screening a candidate for job includes background check and the authority or the organization seek assistance of the court for background check on the basis of the criminal record.
The bankruptcy means an individual or businesses who owe more debt than they can pay. In situations of bankruptcy a debtor will have to make full disclosure of all his assets and liabilities and other information.
The records of bankruptcy are available from http://www.azb.uscourts.gov/ which is the official site of The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona.
Access to Records
The judicial branch of Arizona has created an online information system for the public, so that they can access the court case information. The system can be accessed from http://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/.