How do I find my court records in King County?

How do I find my court records in King County?

phone: King County Courthouse in Seattle: 206-477-0832. Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent: 206-477-3012. Children and Family Justice Center: 206-477-6770.

How do I find my case number King County?

A case number is required to access case document(s) via ECR Online. To find a case number, go to KC Clerk’s Records Access Portal.

How do I find court records in Washington state?

The procedure for requesting access to a court record in a case file or a copy of a court record varies from court to court. Visit the Washington State Courts’ website – – for a court directory with addresses and telephone numbers and for links to local court websites.

How do I find out my court date in Bexar County?

When is my court date? You may contact the Criminal Filing Department at 210-335-2238. You may also search this information using the Bexar County Clerk and District Clerk Court Records Search.

Where can I find King County Superior Court records online?

Only King County Superior Court case documents are available online through the ECR Online application. King County Superior Court Local General Rule 31 directs which case documents are accessible via the internet. Access King County District Court (DCoR) Online Records here.

What is King County Superior Court local general rule 31?

King County Superior Court Local General Rule 31 Access to Court Records restricts online access to cases filed November 1, 2004 and forward, and limits the case types and documents available. Learn more about ECR Online

Where can I find superior court records in Washington State?

Access to Superior Court records is defined by federal law, state law, court rule, and / or case law. For more information, please read the Washington Court’s Access to Court Records Brochure. The KC-Script Portal provides King County Superior Court case number and participant name search functionality and access to case information.

How do I contact family court services?

Family Court Services has suspended all in-person contact; however, staff are still available to assist you electronically during business hours at [email protected] Emails are responded to during normal business hours Mon-Fri, 8:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:30 Mon-Fri.