Trial Court Cases. The Alaska Trial Courts include the superior and district courts. Additional information about these courts is available on the Alaska Trial Courts page. Search for cases, tickets/citations, and pay online.
To find an historical coroner case, (1) search on the decedent’s name in CourtView, or (2) contact the court nearest to the place of death for a search of paper index cards and the electronic Historical Index. See Historical Cases Prior to 1990. Current Coroner Cases.
Nov 27, 2023 · 2 nd District - Kotzebue, Nome *, and Utqiagvik *. 3 rd District - Anchorage *, Dillingham *, Kenai *, Palmer *, and Unalaska *. 4 th District - Bethel, Fairbanks *, Nenana, and Tok. * - limited services, contact the court for details. Search Cases / Payments.
A complete list of Alaska Court System contact information is available on our website. Most court files are available for public inspection. Files in some proceedings, such as juvenile matters, are confidential and only parties to the case are allowed access to the file.
Calendars for the Next Business Day update every hour unless otherwise noted. All calendars are subject to change. For the most current information about a trial court case, view the CourtView case record. Prohibited Items - Items not allowed in court buildings.
There are two appellate courts in Alaska: the supreme court and the court of appeals. The supreme court was established by the Alaska Constitution, and the court of appeals was created by the Alaska Legislature in 1980. The supreme court is the highest level of state court in Alaska.
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