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Media Inquiries

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Court records may also be accessed using the public computer terminals in any county courthouse.


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Contact the clerk of superior court office in the relevant county for any questions. Court records may also be accessed using the public access kiosks in the county courthouse.

For media inquiries, please email your questions and any specific details, including:

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The Judicial Branch Communications Office understands the nature of the media's reporting deadlines and will follow up with you as soon as possible regarding your inquiry.


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Data and Statistics

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