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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

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  4. Alaska Court System business hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm and Friday, 8:00 am - 12 noon. Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Palmer courts have expanded hours for specific cases. Court offices are closed on all state-observed holidays . Calendars for Today update by 7:30 am unless otherwise noted.

  5. Trial Courts. Trial courts hear court cases when they are first initiated, and render decisions on the law and facts of cases that fall within their jurisdiction. The two levels of trial court in the Alaska Court System are the Superior Court and the District Court.

  6. A statewide name index of trial court cases filed with the Alaska Court System which provides case number, party names and general case type information

  7. 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.

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