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State, County, and Municipal Courts

There are many different types of courts at the state, county, and municipal levels. These can include small claims courts, traffic courts, juvenile courts, and family courts. Please use the links below to find out what is available in your area.

State Courts

View a list of state court websites.

State court websites generally offer court contact information and often include directions on how to find specific case status information. If you are unable to locate the proper state court information, you may also want to search a state government website.

County Courts

You may be able to access county courthouse information through a county government website. You may also find contact information for a county court in your local telephone book.

Municipal Courts

You may be able to find a municipal court for your city or town through your state court website or using this interactive county finder tool.  You may also find contact information for a municipal court in your local telephone book.

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Last Updated: June 4, 2019