Online Records Request
Our Court records are maintained in accordance with Rules of the Supreme Court of Arizona, Rule 29. Court Records, subsections (A) and (D). Court records may be destroyed in accordance with approved minimum retention and disposition schedules. Court records include any documentary material, regardless of physical form or characteristic, such as information maintained in a case management system that may be used to reproduce a document and any other case related data, including a photographic or electronic reproduction or image substituted for the original.

Click here for the list of fees for records requests.

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Please fill out the form below to successfully submit your Records Request.

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Requestor's / Your Information:

Name: * Address: *
City: * State: *
Zip: * Phone: * Ext:
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Party Information / Who you are inquiring about:

Party Name: * Relationship:
Date of Birth:
Driver's License Number: Case/Citation/Complaint Numbers:
Documents Request: Certified Copies?
Is this request being made by a government agency/entity?
If yes, from what agency/entity?
Date of Motion:
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For what purposes will you use this information?*
Please enter an email to verify that we have received your request:*
   
Under provisions of ARS 39-121, Public Records Law, I am requesting that the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court release the requested public records to me, as authorized by law.
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Requestor's Electronic Signature*                    Date
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For a listing of all applicable fees, refer to the Records Unit Customer Service Fee Schedule JP90C.
All requests for public records will be processed as soon as possible but no later than five business days. Per Rule 123 of the Arizona Supreme Court all "confidential" or "closed" documents will be removed prior to viewing a case file. If copies are requested, the clerk will redact and remove "confidential" information prior to release.