North Slope Borough Alaska Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(87)North Slope Borough Court Records Offices
North Slope Borough District AttorneyPO Box 490BarrowAK99723907-852-5297
North Slope Borough Court Records Offices
Barrow DMV Office2022 Ahkovak StreetBarrowAK99723907-852-5661
Barrow Superior Court1250 Agvik StreetBarrowAK99723907-852-4800
North Slope Borough Court Records Databases
North Slope Borough Accident Reports
North Slope Borough Arrest Warrants
North Slope Borough Child Support Warrants
North Slope Borough Court Records
North Slope Borough Criminal Records
North Slope Borough Probate Records
North Slope Borough Court Jury Duty Information
North Slope Borough Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesAK
North Slope Borough Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesAK
North Slope Borough Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementApply for Permanent Fund Dividend with an Alaskan Home AddressAK
North Slope Borough Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18AK
North Slope Borough Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearAK

How to Search Court Records in North Slope Borough

Accessing Public Court Records in North Slope Borough Alaska is a relatively simple process. It should only take up to 2 minutes to search through the databases of each of the Court Records offices in the area. By using either the addresses or the name of the person, a person can perform a detailed background check on a person. Search results are compiled into an electronic format so that they can be searched by a variety of web sites. If one does not have internet access at their home, these types of records are also available on microfilms in most public libraries.

In some instances, depending on the nature of the case and the information that is being requested, more than one document may be needed to view the full information that one is searching for. The fee that may be incurred is dependent upon what information is being requested. In some instances, a person may only be required to pay a nominal charge. Others, however, may require a payment that is a couple of times higher than that of buying a book.

It is also possible to use services that offer the service of searching for public records on a person. However, these services do charge a fee, which is usually a percentage of the full transaction cost. This may be somewhat more expensive than searching through a company that specializes in the service of retrieving information. In some cases, the information cost is a flat one-time fee that is charged at the time of the initial request. Some companies do provide unlimited searches for a specified period of time.

Before a background check is conducted on a person, it is necessary to make sure that the person has legal permission to conduct such an investigation. Such authorization may be required for a variety of reasons, such as obtaining security clearance for government projects or even applying for employment. Obtaining a copy of legal documentation is also relatively simple. Many courthouses maintain digital versions of these records online on their website.

The terms and conditions of membership vary among companies and may include the right of free access to all of the records. Some services may also provide access to a limited record of a person’s criminal history. There may be additional charges that are associated with using additional services. However, a fee may be required to retrieve information that is not readily available to the general public.

Public record searches allow a person to determine whether someone is married and if they have children. This information can be helpful in cases where a person wants to file for bankruptcy and is unsure of the details of the process. The record may tell the person whether the bankruptcy filing was voluntary or involuntary. Court records in North Slope Borough may also tell a person whether they have ever been convicted of a crime. Some may even tell a person their chances of being convicted.