Anchorage Municipality Alaska Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(60)Anchorage Municipality Courts
Anchorage District Court303 K StreetAnchorageAK99501907-264-0713
Anchorage Municipality Courts
Anchorage Superior Court825 West 4th AvenueAnchorageAK99501907-264-0471
Anchorage Municipality Attorney General
Alaska Attorney General1031 West 4th AvenueAnchorageAK99501907-269-5100
Anchorage Municipality Departments of Justice
Anchorage Alaska Department of Justice605 West 4th AvenueAnchorageAK99501907-271-2600
Anchorage Alaska Department of Justice222 West 7th AvenueAnchorageAK99513907-271-5154
Anchorage Alaska Department of Justice801 B StreetAnchorageAK99501907-271-5452
Anchorage Municipality District Attorney Office
Anchorage County District Attorney310 K StreetAnchorageAK99501907-269-6300
Anchorage Municipality Public Defender Office
Anchorage Public Defender900 West 5th AvenueAnchorageAK99501907-334-4400
Anchorage Municipality DMVs
Downtown Anchorage DMV Office517 West 7th AvenueAnchorageAK99501907-269-3750
Alaska Transportation Services OfficeElmendorf Air Force BaseAnchorageAK99506907-269-5551
Auto Titles Unlimited Office3300 Arctic BoulevardAnchorageAK99503907-345-2886
Benson Boulevard DMV Office1300 West Benson BoulevardAnchorageAK99503907-269-5551
Eagle River DMV Office11723 Old Glenn HighwayAnchorageAK99577907-269-5551
Anchorage Municipality Court Records Databases
Municipality of Anchorage Accident Reports
Municipality of Anchorage Arrest Warrants
Municipality of Anchorage Child Support Warrants
Municipality of Anchorage Court Records
Municipality of Anchorage Criminal Records
Municipality of Anchorage Department of Finance Court Records
Municipality of Anchorage Police Department Online Payments
Municipality of Anchorage Probate Records
Municipality of Anchorage Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
University of Alaska Anchorage Parking Services Parking Tickets
Anchorage Municipality Court Jury Duty Information
Anchorage Municipality Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesAK
Anchorage Municipality Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesAK
Anchorage Municipality Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementApply for Permanent Fund Dividend with an Alaskan Home AddressAK
Anchorage Municipality Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18AK
Anchorage Municipality Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearAK

Where Can I Find Court Records in Alaska?

Searching for Alaska Court Records in Anchorage Municipality is very easy. The most effective method is to utilize the official website of the Anchorage Municipality. Accessing the website is as simple as typing in your address, city and state and clicking search. This will give you the basic information regarding your court case whether it has been resolved or not.

If you are looking for Alaska Court Records in Anchorage, you can start off by checking out the Public Records of Alaska. Most of the information regarding a specific case is listed here. The website also gives you the option of viewing the court’s dockets or the criminal cases filed in that court. By going to this website, you will be able to gain access to all the information pertaining to your request.

A good resource for all court cases in the state is the courthouses themselves. All courthouses maintain online databases where one can find the name of the judge, clerk or the county court judge assigned to a particular case. You will also be able to find the case number and the date of the case filing. Public courthouses do not keep up-to-date records on cases filed in other states.

If all the online resources fail, you can always go to the office of the district court of the state or the city of Anchorage. The office of the courts will give you the person’s name of the case as well as the charge and reason for it. You can even find out if the case has been resolved and the judgments were entered in favor of one party or the other. However, you should take time to talk to the court clerk before taking any information from them. You would need to have all the information about your request before talking to the clerk.

If none of the methods mentioned above work for you, then it is time to go to the public library for your Alaska court records. It is the safest among all other methods as the state makes all the court records available for public viewing. However, you might be required to pay for certain records like birth certificates, marriage licenses and divorce papers. The fees are not prohibitive but you might want to do some research about the different sources so that you can bargain for reasonable fees.

Court records are available to the public through the Alaska State Court, through the office of the Public Defender’s Office and through the courthouses. You can even search for Alaskan court records on the Internet but the information that you get may not be complete. Before making your search, make sure that you know the correct person or details about the correct person. Accessing court records can be quite time-consuming, particularly if you are searching for someone’s whole life history.