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Alaska Court records are a reliable source for searching criminal backgrounds, to locate people and to lookup liens, judgements, bankruptcy and arrest records in Alaska. Search Alaska Court Records and see convictions, felonies, misdemeanors, sex offenses and other criminal record offenses. Find Case Number, arrest record, filing date, disposition, offense and sentence. While each state has different privacy statutes almost all states carry statewide information for people in the state corrections system. Search in courts such as Alaska State Courts, Alaska State Appellate Courts, Alaska State Supreme Courts, Alabma County Court, Alaska Small Claims Courts, Alaska Municipal Courts, Alaska County Courts, Alaska Family Courts, Alaska Probate Courts, Alaska Bankruptcy Courts, Alaska Traffic Courts. Civil court record search will help you find non-criminal litigation. This Alaska search will identify suits filed by individuals or corporations including product liability suits and civil rights violations in Alaska.

The goverment of Alaska like federal government and in order to avoid the concentration of power has three seperate entities: the executive branch, the judicial and the legislative. The judicial branch consists of Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct, the Judicial Council, and the Alaska Court System.The administrative head of the Alaska court system is Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court and the supreme court sets the rules for all the courts in Alaska. There are two types of trial courst in the Alaska Court System, the Superior Court and the District Court and there are four judicial districts.

Superior Courts

Superior court is for both civil and criminal cases and is also the appelate court for cases already tried in district courts. Superior court also hears cases involving juvenile deliquents as well abused children. It also governs over cases regarding property of those deceased or mentally incapacitated and hears cases regarding domestic relations including divorce and guardianship.

District Courts

District courts hear cases regarding misdemeanors and minor offenses, they issue warrants and summons. It can preside over cases not exceeding $100,000 as well as small claims of up to $10,000 as well as cases of domestic violence.

State traffic cases are handled by magistrate judges.

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