Fact, Answer, and Questions for Courts


  • For a speeding ticket, parking violation, or traffic citation, the back of the ticket will list instructions on how to resolve the offence. A number or address will detail as to where to send payment, or you can pay or appeal in person at the courthouse listed.

Documents, Records, and Cases

  • Some cities offer open court documents, criminal records, court cases, and public records on their website. If a web address is not listed, or does not offer them, the county clerk of courts will be happy to help you over the phone or direct you to the keeper of the record.
  • Most states have Public Information Acts that provides for public access to most open government records, and for the sale of copies. Verify with your local states laws.
  • The Public Access to Court Records (PACER) US website can help you find case and docket information.
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