State Court in Iowa
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Clerk Of District Court
Northwood
1000 Central Ave Ste 2

(641) 324-2840
Clerk Of District Court
Northwood
1000 Central Ave Ste 2

(641) 324-2840
Clerk Of The Court Office
Clarion
115 N Main St

(515) 532-3832
Clerk Of The Court Office
Clarion
115 N Main St

(515) 532-3832
Court Administration Office
Dubuque
720 Central Ave

(563) 589-4448
Court Administration Office
Dubuque
720 Central Ave

(563) 589-4448
Delaware Clerk Of District Ct
Manchester
301 E Main St

(563) 927-4942
Delaware Clerk Of District Ct
Manchester
301 E Main St

(563) 927-4942
District Court
Cedar Rapids
50 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3920
District Court
Marshalltown
17 E Main St

(641) 754-1603
District Court
Waterloo
316 E 5th St

(319) 833-3332
District Court
Cedar Rapids
50 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3920
District Court
Marshalltown
17 E Main St

(641) 754-1603
District Court
Waterloo
316 E 5th St

(319) 833-3332
District Court Administrator
Fort Dodge
701 Central Ave

(515) 576-6336
District Court Administrator
Fort Dodge
701 Central Ave

(515) 576-6336
District Court Clerk
Garner
855 State St

(641) 923-2532
District Court Clerk
Waverly
415 E Bremer Ave Ste 1

(319) 352-5661
District Court Clerk
Jefferson
114 N Chestnut St

(515) 386-2516
District Court Clerk
Pocahontas
99 Court Sq Ste 6

(712) 335-4208
District Court Clerk
Burlington
513 N Main St

(319) 753-8262
District Court Clerk
Garner
855 State St

(641) 923-2532
District Court Clerk
Waverly
415 E Bremer Ave Ste 1

(319) 352-5661
District Court Clerk
Jefferson
114 N Chestnut St

(515) 386-2516
District Court Clerk
Pocahontas
99 Court Sq Ste 6

(712) 335-4208
District Court Clerk
Burlington
513 N Main St

(319) 753-8262
District Court Clerk-probate
Sioux City
620 Douglas St Rm 101

(712) 279-6614
District Court Clerk-probate
Sioux City
620 Douglas St Rm 101

(712) 279-6614
District Court Judges Office
Burlington
513 N Main St Ste 3

(319) 753-8229
District Court Judges Office
Burlington
513 N Main St Ste 3

(319) 753-8229
District Court Judges
Sioux City
620 Douglas St Rm 210

(712) 279-6608
District Court Judges
Sioux City
620 Douglas St Rm 210

(712) 279-6608
District Court Reporters
Dubuque
720 Central Ave

(563) 589-4581
District Court Reporters
Dubuque
720 Central Ave

(563) 589-4581
District Court-civil Div
Davenport
400 W 4th St

(563) 326-8647
District Court-civil Div
Cedar Rapids
50 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3411
District Court-civil Div
Davenport
400 W 4th St

(563) 326-8647
District Court-civil Div
Cedar Rapids
50 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3411
District Court-law Clerk
Cedar Rapids
52 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3920
District Court-law Clerk
Cedar Rapids
52 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3920
District Court-small Claims
Cedar Rapids
50 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3411
District Court-small Claims
Cedar Rapids
50 3rd Avenue Brg

(319) 398-3411
Franklin County District Court Clerk
Hampton
12 1st Ave NW

(641) 456-5626
Franklin County District Court Clerk
Hampton
12 1st Ave NW

(641) 456-5626
Iowa Clerk Of District Court
Sioux City
620 Douglas St Rm 101

(712) 279-6611
Iowa Clerk Of District Court
Sioux City
620 Douglas St Rm 101

(712) 279-6611
Iowa District Court Judge
Garner
855 State St

(641) 923-3521
Iowa District Court Judge
Garner
855 State St

(641) 923-3521
Judges Office
Burlington
513 N Main St, Ste 5

(319) 753-8240
Judges Office
Cherokee
520 W Main St

(712) 225-6748
Judges Office
Burlington
513 N Main St, Ste 5

(319) 753-8240
Judges Office
Cherokee
520 W Main St

(712) 225-6748
Judicial Department Clerk
Allison
428 6th St

(319) 267-2487
Judicial Department Clerk
Allison
428 6th St

(319) 267-2487
Judicial Dept-dist Court Clerk
Dakota City
203 Main St

(515) 332-1806
Judicial Dept-dist Court Clerk
Dakota City
203 Main St

(515) 332-1806
Judicial Dept-district Ct Clrk
Clarion
115 N Main St

(515) 532-3113
Judicial Dept-district Ct Clrk
Clarion
115 N Main St

(515) 532-3113
Judicial Dept-judge
Clarion
115 S Main St

(515) 532-2774
Judicial Dept-judge
Clarion
115 S Main St

(515) 532-2774
Supreme Court
Harlan
602 Court St

(712) 755-2366
Supreme Court
Harlan
602 Court St

(712) 755-2366
Winnebago County Clerk-court
Forest City
126 S Clark St, Ste 6

(641) 585-4520
Winnebago County Clerk-court
Forest City
126 S Clark St, Ste 6

(641) 585-4520


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Latest State Court News
20, Aug 2014 - Cedar Rapids, IA Cedar Rapids attorney sues Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission
CEDAR RAPIDS — Eugene Kopecky, a retired Cedar Rapids attorney and one-time Linn County attorney, is taking on the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission in an effort to win a state gaming license for a Cedar Rapids casino. Kopecky filed a lawsuit this week in Linn County District Court against the commission and the four of five commission members who voted April 17 to deny a state gaming license to ...
19, Aug 2014 - Fort Dodge, IA Judge considers motion to throw out suspected cop killer's confession
A judge will consider a motion to throw out the confession of Corey Trott. He's the man accused of shooting, and killing, Rockwell City, Iowa, police officer Jamie Buenting back in September.
19, Aug 2014 - Prime chance in Iowa for potential '16 GOP candidates
The calendar says Iowa's presidential caucuses are more than a year away. But it's never too early for potential GOP presidential candidates in 2016 to court social conservatives in the early-voting state.
18, Aug 2014 - Trial delayed in phony AIDS research case
A judge has ordered a delay in the trial of a former Iowa State University researcher charged with falsifying data to make a developmental AIDS vaccine appear promising.
18, Aug 2014 - ACLU says 22 Iowa counties will no longer honor ICE requests
DES MOINES — Of Iowa’s 99 counties, 22 now say they will no longer hold inmates for Immigrations and Custom Enforcement without a judge’s order. The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa announced Monday that 22 Iowa county sheriffs had informed them they would no longer honor the detainer requests. Erica Johnson, immigrants’ rights and racial justice advocate with ACLU Iowa said she was ...
18, Aug 2014 - Juvenile home’s closing cuts options for girls
DES MOINES (AP) — Some court officials are concerned the Iowa Juvenile Home’s closing has created an unequal system where girls don’t have the same options. Some juvenile court officials worry the state lacks a proper facility for delinquent girls who committed crimes, the Des Moines Register reported. The state continues to operate a home for delinquent boys at the State Training School in ...
18, Aug 2014 - Davenport, IA Christie's challenge in Iowa: Courting conservatives
MARION, Iowa - Inside a diner crammed with television cameras and national reporters in this town just outside Cedar Rapids, Joe Mallie gave a glimpse of the challenge Gov. Christie could confront in wooing conservative voters to elevate him to the White House.
18, Aug 2014 - 2 ag-gag laws facing federal court challenges
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The years-long fight between farm organizations and animal rights activists over laws prohibiting secretly filmed documentation of animal abuse is moving from state legislatures to federal courts as laws in Utah and Idaho face constitutional challenges.
18, Aug 2014 - Iowa Juvenile Home's closing cut options for girls
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Some court officials are concerned the Iowa Juvenile Home's closing has created an unequal system where girls don't have the same options. Some juvenile court officials worry the state lacks a proper facility for delinquent girls who committed crimes, the Des Moines Register ...
18, Aug 2014 - Lawyers ask Iowa court to rethink bias decision
DES MOINES (AP) — Lawyers representing black workers are asking the Iowa Supreme Court to reconsider the decision throwing out a class-action lawsuit challenging executive branch hiring practices. In a petition Monday, the attorneys say the decision last month found evidence showing blacks were disadvantaged in hiring and promotion decisions but left them "without a collective remedy to address ...
18, Aug 2014 - Neb. Refuses to Issue Driver's License With Lesbian's Married Name
Because the state doesn't recognize Sue Stroesser's Iowa marriage, she can't get a license with her married name on it without going to court. read more
17, Aug 2014 - Tenn. Court Upholds Gay Marriage Ban: Is 'Pro-Gay' Trend Over?
In a rather short decision issued by Ninth Judicial District Circuit Court Judge Russell Simmons Jr., the judge denied a challenge by a same-sex couple who were legally married in Iowa. As the Washington Blade reports, this "no" to gay marriage is perhaps the first loss in at least 30 court victories for marriage equality in the past year.
16, Aug 2014 - Public hearing set on proposal to eliminate bar exam
The Iowa Supreme Court has set a public hearing for later this month on the proposed amendment recommended by the state bar to adopt “diploma privilege,” eliminating the bar exam for in-state law graduates. There are 23 people scheduled to present at the 9 a.m. Aug. 27, hearing, which includes attorneys, law professors and administrators, bar examiners and judges. There have been numerous ...
16, Aug 2014 - Iowa Supreme Court: State’s employment practices are not discriminatory
The Iowa Supreme Court reaffirmed the Fifth Judicial District Court’s decision Friday that the state’s employment practices were not discriminatory against blacks. In the case, Linda Pippen v. the State of Iowa, the plaintiffs alleged that the state did not maintain a diverse, non-discriminatory workplace. According to Supreme Court documents, the plaintiffs said this led to a disproportionate ...
05, Apr 2014 - Men’s Basketball: Palo vs. Iowa Board of Regents trial date set
Former Iowa State men’s basketball player Bubu Palo’s appeal of ISU president Steven Leath’s decision to remove him from the ISU team and the Iowa Board of Regents’ affirmation of that ruling will be heard by the Iowa district court on July 16, according to online court records.
05, Apr 2014 - Same Sex Divorce - Nebraska
A Raymond woman who married her same-sex partner five years ago in Iowa is now petitioning the Nebraska Supreme Court to be allowed to divorce.
05, Apr 2014 - Iowa Attorney Narrowly Dodges Bar Complaint For Murderer's Fraudulent Transfers
A wealthy Iowa farmer, Rodney Heemstra, shot and killed his neighbor, Tommy Lyon, and his body in a cistern. Tried for murder, Rodney claimed that Tommy had bullied him and the shooting was in self-defense. This was a somewhat successful defense, as the jury found Rodney only guilty of voluntary [...]
04, Apr 2014 - Waterloo reps lay out case against Cedar Rapids casino -- in Cedar Rapids
CEDAR RAPIDS | Waterloo casino boosters definitely did not have home-court advantage, but felt they received a fair hearing before the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission on Thursday.
04, Apr 2014 - Iowa Authorities Identify Inmate Who Died
WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) - Iowa authorities have identified the 34-year-old Waterloo man who died in the Black Hawk County Jail. The Black Hawk County Sheriff's office says James Terrell Taylor died Friday evening after being found unresponsive in a cell.
04, Apr 2014 - Bryce Miller: Landmark Iowa State win over Kansas filled with blood, sweat and cheers
IOWA STATE MEN'S BASKETBALL: As Georges Niang made calm, loping strides off the Sprint Center court Friday night to add five stitches to his Big 12 tournament resume, he pumped his arm to the crowd. Niang, channeling Sylvester Stallone in a modern-day Rocky movie, paused to say something without uttering a single word: Kansas is done. The game is over. Losses in 18 of the last 19 to the ...
04, Apr 2014 - Iowa’s ‘low’ salaries tamp down would-be judges
DES MOINES — Judge James Blomgren retired in the fall of 2012, leaving an open spot in Iowa’s Eighth Judicial District. The chance at a starting salary of more than $138,000 a year and to decide, instead of plead, cases would seem like a fair enticement to any number of lawyers doing business in the [...]
04, Apr 2014 - Around Iowa: Inmate who died in jail identified
Authorities have identified the Waterloo man who died in the Black Hawk County Jail.
04, Apr 2014 - W. Tennis. Women's Tennis Overwhelms Iowa, 4-3
The Michigan State women's tennis team claimed its second straight, Big Ten road victory Sunday afternoon, taking down Iowa, 4-3. Playing in their first outside match of the conference season at the Klotz Outdoor Tennis Courts in Iowa City, Iowa, the Spartans improved to 15-4 on the season and 3-2 in Big Ten play. | Box Score
04, Apr 2014 - Hearing set on Ho-Chunk bid to enter IRGC suit
DES MOINES | A May 23 court date has been set for a state judge to hear a Ho-Chunk Inc.-led group's request to join the Argosy Sioux City riverboat casino's lawsuit against the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission.
04, Apr 2014 - Sioux City, IA Lawsuit claims DOT rules on traffic cameras go too far
The Iowa Department of Transportation overstepped its authority in creating a new set of regulations for speed and red-light cameras that took effect in February, according to a lawsuit filed in Woodbury County District Court.
04, Apr 2014 - Convicted cop killer 'T-Bone' Taylor dies
1James Michael 'T-Bone' Taylor, 60, who was convicted of killing two Waterloo police officers in 1981, died Tuesday at University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City of a heart ailment, a state prison spokesman said Wednesday.
03, Apr 2014 - Iowa woman charged after rollover crash
MARQUETTE - An Iowa woman hurt in a recent rollover crash in Michigamme Township was arraigned Monday in Marquette County District Court on drug and weapons charges stemming from the accident.
03, Apr 2014 - Florida St.-Stanford Preview
AMES, Iowa (AP) -- The last time Stanford didn't make it to the NCAA women's Sweet 16 was 2007. Florida State was the team that stopped the Cardinal, on Stanford's home court no less.
03, Apr 2014 - Madison County bans firearms from courthouse
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Officials in Madison County have banned firearms from the courthouse following a gun scare in the building. The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of the ban. Madison County was the last of 16 counties in its judicial district to enact ...
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