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  1. The court maintains attorney addresses in CourtView using the "business" address on file with the Alaska Bar Association. This is the address that courts use when distributing notices, orders and judgments.

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  3. The Alaska Supreme Court is the highest level of state court in Alaska. It hears appeals from lower state courts and also administers the state’s judicial system. The Supreme Court includes five justices. The justices, by majority vote, select one of their members to be the chief justice.

  4. 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.

  5. May 18, 2021 · Courtview is back. The Alaska Court System’s Courtview website, which was offline for about three weeks after a cyberattack, is back. That means the public has the ability to search cases, pay fines, and access other court services.

  6. Trial Court Video Hearings. Trial courts around the State are conducting video hearings, and they are authorized by Supreme Court order to live-stream hearings that are open to the public. If you have questions about the cases or hearings available on this website, please contact the court directly.

  7. The Alaska Court System produces instructional forms and publications, covering a variety of topics. Instructions are available online within their specific topics (see the list at the top of this webpage) and at all court locations statewide.

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