Court Records, Directory and Case News
National Courthouse Portal, and Public Record Search
How Do I Apply for Social Security Disability?

If you live in the U.S. and are unable to work due to an illness or injury (or a combination of illnesses or injuries,) you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Before applying for dis(...)

Recent Comments
Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
03 24, 2014 | 06:54 Report Abuse
Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
Have you seen the stuff reported in the NY Post about Jody Kriss and this lawsuit? If not you should google it. You might also want to read jodykriss.com(...)
03 19, 2014 | 14:56 Report Abuse
Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
Bradley F.James needs two do his time in the state prison in Boise I'd. Bradley's killed a dad who has a daughter that's nine years old now and was iam boy(...)
03 01, 2014 | 03:06 Report Abuse
Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
I am the Great Uncle of Damian Banks. He was found with numorous broken ribs and beaten pretty bad. Did the beating come from another prisoner or a guard(...)
02 26, 2014 | 16:43 Report Abuse
Soldier gets 12 years in Christmas Day killing at Alaska base
How are DUI convictions found online?(...)
02 05, 2014 | 13:40 Report Abuse
Recent Open Letters
To Stuart Droker, in Vista
When we seperated, I was making $10,000 per month. The court granted $2750 monthly spousal support. I am now making less than $6000 per month with expens(...)
Report Abuse
To Andre Self, in Christain County
I 'M REV WALKER,I WANT SAY THAT JUDGE AND LAWYER IN CASE OF WILLIAM FIELDS IN HOPKINSVILLES KENTUCKY,WAS GREAT UNJUST AND HARD,I DO NOT ACCEPT ANY BAD BEHA(...)
Report Abuse
To Any Judge, in Superior Court House
Please explain how settlement can be granted on a legal document that has not been authenticated as to signature. (Forgery/fraud?)(...)
Report Abuse
To Allen B. Honeycutt, in Torrance Court House
Judge Honeycutt; I would like to Thank you for the way you handled my son Ruben M. Martinez. Since he has been in jail he has had time to reflect back to h(...)
Report Abuse

Ask A Question About Courts

Type in your Question:
Add question details
Would you like to be notified by email when an answer is posted ?
Your Name or Nickname
6 x 2 = ?
This Question will be displayed live on court.us.
Latest Court News
23, Oct 2014 - Man who burglarized Pelosi and Redford homes set to go to prison
A 23-year-old man may be sent to prison for breaking into the Napa Valley residences of Nancy Pelosi, minority leader of the U.S. House of Representatives, actor Robert Redford and others in 2012, according to court records.
23, Oct 2014 - Challenger’s Hair Style on Trial in Minnesota House Race
The nearly shoulder-length locks of Stewart Mills, a Republican running to unseat Minnesota Democrat Rep. Rick Nolan, have produced both scorn and support among voters in the wake of two attack ads.
23, Oct 2014 - Ex-Kent City Councilman Sharp's sentencing date continued to Oct. 3
Former Kent City Councilman Ken Sharp faces an Oct. 3 sentencing date on first-degree theft charges after a King County Superior Court judge agreed to continue the court date from Sept. 26.
23, Oct 2014 - More jails refuse to hold inmates for federal immigration authorities
Emboldened by recent court rulings, more and more counties and cities across the country are refusing to jail inmates extra days to give federal authorities time to deport them.
23, Oct 2014 - Rouse's, Associated Grocers dispute set for trial
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - A bitter legal dispute between a Louisiana supermarket chain and grocery distributor who cut ties in 2008 is scheduled for trial Monday in Thibodaux. The Advocate reports the issue is whether Rouses Enterprises was ousted improperly from membership in Associated Grocers in 2008 and whether it was compensated fairly for an ownership interest in the grocery distribution ...
23, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma attorney general seeks delay of 3 executions, says more time needed to train staff
Oklahoma's attorney general is seeking to delay three upcoming executions, including two set for next month, saying the state needs more time to obtain drugs and train staff on new lethal injection protocols put in place after an execution went awry in April.
23, Oct 2014 - NM commission sued over alleged meetings violations in Gila deliberations
Norm Gaume, former head of the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, filed suit Wednesday charging his former agency with violating... more »
23, Oct 2014 - Consumer group sues over Missouri insurance rates
A Missouri consumer group announced that it has sued the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in the latest effort to obtain information used to justify the rates consumers will pay for insurance ...
23, Oct 2014 - Trucker Sentenced in Fatal Accident
An Idaho man whose out-of-control semi truck crashed into vehicles parked at a red light, killing a college student, has been sentenced to prison.
23, Oct 2014 - Lincoln judge given community service award
A Lincoln judge has been chosen to receive the service to community award for a judge who has distinguished himself through volunteer work locally and abroad.
23, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma City police officer accused of sex crimes expected to bond out of jail for second time
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City police officer accused of sexually assaulting women while on patrol is expected to bond out of jail for the second time on Thursday. Daniel Holtzclaw’s attorney, Scott Adams, says his client will bond out of jail on Thursday. Holtzclaw was ordered back to jail for a second time for violating the terms […]
23, Oct 2014 - State appeals court Chief Justice Phillip Rapoza to address pope on criminal justice Thursday
Phillip Rapoza, the chief justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court and a New Bedford resident, will meet Thursday with Pope Francis at the Vatican.Rapoza is one of five people who have been asked to address the pope on a range of criminal justice topics relating to victims’ rights, prison conditions and the rehabilitation of offenders. Pope Francis, in turn, is expected to respond to their ...
23, Oct 2014 - Former Houston resident indicted for threatening federal judge
A 42-year-old man has been charged with sending mail to the Bob Casey U.S. Courthouse that contained a threat to kill a U.S. District Judge, according to U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. 
23, Oct 2014 - North America is a crime scene: The untold history of America this Columbus Day
The founding myth of the United States is a lie. It is time to re-examine our ruthless past -- and present
23, Oct 2014 - Saturday, October 18, 2014 10:00 am
ST. ANTHONY — A woman who lived in St. Anthony was indicted this week by a federal grand jury for six counts of wire fraud, three counts of money laundering and forfeiture of proceeds of the crimes.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge orders sex offender to pay $1.8 million
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — A convicted sex offender from southern Kentucky has been ordered to pay $1.8 million to the victim of five years of molestation.
23, Oct 2014 - Bettendorf fire victim upset over judge's sentencing decision
Lenny Wilkinson didn't expect David McArtor would be out of prison before Wilkinson had his new remodeling shop up and running.
23, Oct 2014 - Constitution Check: Will a brief 1972 ruling stop the same-sex marriage movement?
Lyle Denniston looks at a 1972 one-sentence Supreme Court decision that might be the basis for the Court to step in to decide the same-sex marriage issue.
23, Oct 2014 - Seattle man sentenced in child porn network
NEW ORLEANS — Federal prosecutors say a Seattle man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for downloading videos of underage boys performing sex acts from websites that were part of an online child pornography ring run out of Louisiana.
23, Oct 2014 - Priest to remain in jail until trial on child pornography charges
A Roman Catholic priest from Pennsylvania was ordered to remain jailed until his trial on charges that he possessed child pornography and traveled to Honduras for sex with children during missionary trips.
23, Oct 2014 - Lawmaker blasts Baltimore murder suspect's release
A Maryland lawmaker is calling for an independent criminal investigation into the accidental release of a man awaiting murder charges from a Baltimore prison.
23, Oct 2014 - Indicated Texas Gov. Perry excused from next court date, but can't skip all pretrial hearings
AUSTIN, Texas — Indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry was excused from his next court appearance because of a previously planned state economic mission to Europe, but the judge on Friday denied the Republican's request for blanket permission to skip all other pretrial hearings.
23, Oct 2014 - NCAA argues law for PSU's $60M Sandusky fine is unconstitutional
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The NCAA has asked a federal judge to declare unconstitutional a state law that requires Penn State's $60 million fine over the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal, money earmarked for child abuse programs, to be used entirely within Pennsylvania.
23, Oct 2014 - Idaho trucker gets prison time in fatal ND crash
An Idaho truck driver convicted in a fatal crash in North Dakota has been sentenced to serve three years in prison.
23, Oct 2014 - Amendment 2 seeks to clarify how judges are appointed in state
Amendment 2 has garnered support from some of the state’s top officials, who believe it allows Tennesseans a greater say in the judicial selection process, but opponents argue citizen’s voices are silenced by the measure.
23, Oct 2014 - Nike CEO Says His Company Took NFL to Task for Domestic Violence
Nike Inc. (NKE) , the National Football League’s main apparel sponsor, told the NFL that it was unhappy with the handling of domestic violence by players, Chief Executive Officer Mark Parker said.
23, Oct 2014 - 3 states deny gay unions despite appellate rulings
WASHINGTON (AP) — The writing is on the wall for gay marriage bans in Kansas, Montana and South Carolina after federal appeals courts that oversee those states have made clear that keeping gay and lesbian couples from marrying is unconstitutional.
23, Oct 2014 - Khadr interview would require prison lockdown, Corrections Canada says
Corrections Canada claims an interview with Omar Khadr would require unprecedented security precautions, including a prison lockdown, despite the fact that the 28-year-old often receives visitors and has been described as a model prisoner. An outline of the proposed security measures, contained in a court affidavit filed by the Bowden Institution, were made only after the Toronto Star, CBC and ...
23, Oct 2014 - 'Real Housewives' Teresa Giudice to serve time in Danbury; halfway house bid denied
A federal judge refused on Wednesday to recommend to prison officials that reality TV star Teresa Giudice be allowed to serve most of her 15 month prison sentence at a halfway house. The judge said the time for Giudice to make the request was at her sentencing.
23, Oct 2014 - GovBeat: Pennsylvania governor signs victim’s rights law following Mumia Abu-Jamal commencement a
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signed a new law that which will allow prosecutors and victims of a violent crime to sue the offender for "conduct which perpetuates the continuing effect of the crime on the victim."
23, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court makes rare correction to Ginsburg dissent in Texas voter ID law case
The U.S. Supreme Court made a rare correction on Wednesday to a dissent written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Texas’ controversial new voter-identification law.
23, Oct 2014 - Appeals court rules in Ky. electioneering ban
A federal appeals court has issued a ruling that will allow Kentucky to enforce its buffer zone prohibiting campaign activity on public property near polling places but not on private property.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses Nebraska lawsuit against EPA
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A federal judge dismissed Nebraska's lawsuit against the federal Environmental Protection Agency over greenhouse gas standards for new power plants, saying the lawsuit "jumped the gun." The EPA's proposed rule would set limits on the amount of carbon dioxide new plants will be allowed to emit, ...
23, Oct 2014 - Florida Supreme Court disciplines 15 attorneys
The Florida Supreme Court disciplined 15 attorneys, disbarring three, revoking the licenses of four and suspending eight. One attorney received more than one form of discipline and was also ordered to pay restitution.
23, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma attorney general asks for delay in three executions
By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - Oklahoma's attorney general has filed a request to delay three upcoming executions in Oklahoma due to a lack of drugs and to provide more time to implement new lethal injection protocols, according to court documents obtained on Monday. Attorney General Scott Pruitt has asked the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to delay two executions set for ...
23, Oct 2014 - Same-sex couples marry as the unions become legal in Virginia
'"Momentous' day comes as the U.S. Supreme Court turns away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex unions.
23, Oct 2014 - Justice Wheat cites legal, personal experiences in re-election bid
Supreme Court Justice Mike Wheat points to his years of legal experience as the chief reason to elect him to a full eight-year term on the Montana Supreme Court.
23, Oct 2014 - California prisons to end racial segregation policy
California prison officials have agreed to end a policy that segregated inmates based on their race after a riot.
23, Oct 2014 - Senate committee endorses Masunaga for judge
The state Senate Judiciary Committee gave its unanimous approval Wednesday to the confirmation of Margaret Masunaga as a district judge in Kona, despite a negative rating by the Hawaii State Bar Association.
23, Oct 2014 - Lawyers: Detained transgender teen forced to wear male clothes, staff using male birth name
HARTFORD, Conn. — Lawyers for a 16-year-old transgender girl detained in Connecticut say she's being forced to wear male clothing and officials are calling her by her male birth name.
23, Oct 2014 - 'I Know I Didn't Shoot a Gun,' Husband Testifies in Utah Murder Trial
Conrad Truman Is Accused of Shooting Wife After Watching 'Dexter'
Would you like to Comment On A Case ?
Or do you have questions about a case ?
Click here to post.
Write an Open Letter to a Judge
Click here to write and publish it.
Browse By State
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Copyright (c) 2011 - Contact
This Website is not affiliated with any United States Government Agency or any Federal, State, County or any other Government Agency.