On-Line Case Information
The Clerk of the Circuit Court now offers on-line access to cases in the Civil, Law, Chancery, Probate and Domestic Relations. The on-line access enables users to search for case information in several ways. The Electronic Case Docket Search allows users to view the full electronic docket or record of case activity, which was previously only available in the courthouses on the Clerk's Public Access Terminals. By using this service, the user agrees and understands that he or she is bound by the on-line access to court records Terms of Agreement.
Please read the Terms of Agreement before proceeding .
The Case Snapshots offer a brief summary, which includes information about the parties (up to 3), attorneys who have appeared in the case, the case type, the filing date, the ad damnum (amount of damages sought), the division and district, and the most current court date including room or calendar and time. The Snapshots are searchable by litigant name, case number, or most current court date. Due to space limitations, the Case Snapshot database includes cases that are either pending or have had activity in the last six months.
Pursuant to General Administrative Order 03-1, entitled “Black Line Trial Call”, the new Black Line Trial Call will begin on March 22, 2004. For further information, please see the Black Line Trial Call Notice issued by Hon. William D. Maddux, the Presiding Judge of the Law Division.
Full Case Electronic Docket Search
Probate Case Search
Probate Wills Case Search
Traffic Ticket Search
County Case Search
Case Snapshots Search
Court Call Search
Child Support Unclaimed Checks Search
For helpful information about using the Case Snapshots, click HELP .
Assistance, questions and/or comments about the content of this on-line access may be directed to the webmaster (click here to email Webmaster) or by telephoning the Internet court call help line at (312) 603-HELP (4357). A member of the Internet team will return your call.
This service is currently offered without charge to the user. The Clerk of the Circuit Court reserves the right to charge reasonable fees in the future.