Why are some cases confidential or sealed?
Most Superior Court cases are open to the public. However, a matter may have been sealed by a court order or is a confidential matter by the type of case, such as an adoption. Rules governing confidential or sealed cases and documents are very specific as to who may or may not have access. If you have a question in this area, contact the Clerk's Office and you will be provided information regarding documents/cases that are restricted from access.

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1. Where is the County Clerk's Office (Clerk of the Superior Court) and what hours is it open?
2. How do I get information about a case?
3. Can I take a court file out of the Clerk's office to copy it?
4. What does it cost to file a law suit in the Superior Court?
5. Where do I file court documents?
6. How do I obtain copies of documents from a court file?
7. How do I do a court record search?
8. Is there a way to file court documents online?
9. Why are some cases confidential or sealed?
10. Do I need an attorney to do my legal work?
11. How do I present my documents to the court?
12. What is the date, time and/or place of my court hearing?
13. How and where do I set a court date?