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Order Copies of Superior Court Documents

  1. We do not maintain records for Law Enforcement or the Justices of the Peace. Please contact the appropriate department for those records.

    To obtain copies of Superior Court records, please complete this form with the required* information. A search fee of $30.00 pursuant to A.R.S §12-284 may be added. Pursuant to Rule 29, Rules of the Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court Records Retention and Disposition Schedule, certain records may not be available. High volume or extensive search requests may prolong fulfillment times and may incur additional fees.

    Our office will contact you to confirm receipt of request. You will then be contacted with an estimate of costs.
     
    FEES:
           •Research Fee: $30.00 per year searched
           •Certification Fee: $30.00 per certification
           •Copies Per Page: $0.50
           •Shipping & Handling: $7.00
     

    For additional fees, please see the Fee Schedule.


  2. Person Requesting Copies
  3. I am the attorney representing a party in this case
  4. Will record(s) be used for commercial purpose? *

    Commercial Purpose: the use of a court record for the purpose of sale or resale or solicitation or any other purpose that may result in monetary gain. Commercial purpose does not mean the use of public or court record as evidence or as research for evidence in an action before a judicial or quasi-judicial body.

  5. Will document need to be certified? ($30.00 additional fee per document). *

    Certification Fee is $30.00 per certified document. NOTE: Certified copies are not emailed; they must be picked up in person or mailed.

  6. Court Case Record Request
  7. Note: Please provide as much information as possible. An incomplete application may result in delays.
  8. Marriage Record Request
  9. Note: Please provide as much information as possible. An incomplete application may result in delays.
  10. Records Used for Commercial Purpose
  11. If record(s) will be used for a commercial purpose, please read and complete the information below.

  12. A commercial purpose is the use of all or part of a public or court record for the purpose of:
    ▪ sale, or resale;
    ▪ producing a document for sale;
    ▪ obtaining names and addresses from the record for the purpose of solicitation
    ▪ selling names and addresses from the record to another for the purposes of solicitation or other monetary gain; or
    ▪ any other purpose in which the purchaser can reasonably anticipate the receipt of monetary gain from the direct or indirect use of such public or court record.

    Commercial purpose does not mean the use of public or court record as evidence or as research for evidence in an action before a judicial or quasi-judicial body.

    Please note that one who obtains records for a commercial purpose without indicating the commercial purpose, or obtains the records for a noncommercial purpose and then uses or allows the use of the records for a commercial purpose, will be liable for damages in the amount of three times what the Court could have charged had it known, plus costs and attorneys' fees. ARS 39-121.03(c). Furthermore, if a false statement is given, the requestor may also be guilty of a felony. ARS 39-161.

    A research fee of $30.00 will be charged for searches conducted for commercial purposes as set out in ARS 12-284 A, Class E.

  13. Record Used for Commercial Purpose

    I hereby depose and state as follows: I have read and understand the instructions for commercial request for court records and certify that the statements setting forth the commercial purpose for which the above requested court records will be used is true, correct and complete. I understand the fees as outlined.

  14. Electronic Signature Agreement*

    By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.

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