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You can look through the CourtView public access database for superior civil cases from the District of Columbia. Find them by their name or their case number.
Look for the CourtView public access database to find superior criminal cases from the District of Columbia. Search by the name or the case number.
Provided by the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia. You can register with the fee-based PACER system to find Federal civil and criminal court records. Look up by the case number, the partys name, the filing date, or the last update. It provides dockets or documents.
Provided by the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia. You can register with a fee-based PACER system to look for Federal bankruptcy court records by the case number, their name, SSN/Tax ID, or the case type. It provides dockets or documents.
Browse the Public Access and Court Electronic Records by using a (PACER) fee-based database. Look for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, by the case number, or keyword to look at the court's online case or docket information.