Court Locations by State
Court records are open to the public. Locate specific courts. Visit court websites to find the Clerk of Court (record keeper), applicable laws, law libraries, and court decisions.
You can do a Background Search, yourself.
If you are willing to do some research, you can do your own Background Search . Your results will depend on the details:
What information do you want?
How much work are you willing to do to get it?
How fast do you want it?
See: How to Do a Background Search at BackgroundSearch.com
Before making a trip to the courthouse, it is best to call the clerk of court. The clerk can locate the records you seek. The clerk can tell you where to go and what the costs will be for copies.
Information continued below Easy Background Search Form
National Center for State Courts Information
District of Columbia Courts (Washington DC)
State and Local Government Office Directory
Easy search steps:
1. Enter name or number
2. Search hits are displayed for free
3. Select person(s) & info you need.