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All Records Search™ is the premiere free court documents search provider where it’s ALWAYS free to search. ARS is one of the most powerful and easiest to use multi-database search platforms in America and with it, you will have unlimited access to a truly unprecedented collection of accurate, up-to-date public records from tens of thousands of courts throughout the United States. You will be able access, review and search court records, conduct unlimited, in-depth research and even download and print them right to your desk.
Whether you’re searching for proceedings from a county court hearing in your local jurisdiction or a district court or circuit court across the country, our online tools make getting the records you need a very simple matter. You can also access public criminal records and public arrest records.
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In times past, it used to be that securing court documents or a record of court proceedings was an expensive, inconvenient and time-consuming task, but thanks to the internet and ARS, that is no longer the case. The ARS portal can aid in the process of researching, locating, requesting and downloading whatever records you need from just about any jurisdiction in the country. These records are an integral part of any thorough criminal background check and can help anyone that needs to make important decisions about a wide variety of things from lending money, extending offers of credit, offers of employment, promotions, security clearances, access to sensitive information or property – even a dating check.
Court documents are available for a variety of different courts including public, superior, small claims, municipal, city, county, state, federal, criminal, probate, circuit, district, bankruptcy, family, divorce and civil.
Because of privacy concerns, the idea that electronic court documentation could be delivered online was initially met with great opposition. However, most county and state courts believe that since these are matters of public record anyway, making them available online would improve access and could could cut down on personnel costs. Ultimately, the most important thing is that court documents remain accessible to the public to prove the integrity and transparency of the judicial system.