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About This Office:
The Alaska Court System’s website serves as a central directory for the courts of Alaska, including the Appellate courts, Trial Courts, and any and all court system information, including court rules and legal research resources.
Court Records At This Office:
To obtain records for trial court cases, including superior, district and magistrate cases, individuals must submit their request in writing to the clerk of court of the records department in the county where the case was filed. Many court records are available to the public; however, in some cases, such as cases involving juveniles or juvenile matters, records may be kept confidential and only those parties in the case can access them.
Access To Alaska Court Records:
The Alaska Administrative Office of Courts is the central agency for all court information, specifically the three trial-level courts: superior, district and magistrate. Alaska has no counties but does have four judicial districts where magistrates can preside over cases. The Superior Court is the trial court of general jurisdiction, with a district court in each of the four districts. The cases available include criminal records, civil records, small claims records, state traffic records, domestic relations, and child support.