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About This Office:
The Nevada Administration Office of the Courts is the administrative arm of the Nevada Judicial Branch. Its purpose is to examine the effectiveness of the Judicial Branch and implement policies enacted by the Supreme Court. The Office of the Courts is also responsible for maintaining budgets and accounting, human resources, foreclosure mediation, facilities and special events.
Court Records At This Office:
Access to Nevada court records can be obtained through the County Clerk’s office of the county where the case was heard. Many of the county websites have easy-to-use search engines to facilitate a court record search.
Access To Nevada Court Records:
The Nevada Administrative Office of the Courts keeps records for the Nevada Supreme Court but not for any of the lower courts. Opinions and rulings are available for Supreme Court cases, which include all appeals, since Nevada has no intermediate appeals court. Below the Supreme Court, the district, justice, and municipal courts handle all cases. District courts operate at county level, while the justice and municipal courts serve townships and cities for civil and criminal cases.