Welcome to the Idaho Supreme Court Data Repository.
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The Idaho Courts are in the process of transitioning to a new court records system, iCourt.
> Data on this system is no longer available for the following counties: Ada, Blaine, Boise, Camas, Canyon, Cassia, Elmore, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, Owyhee, Twin Falls and Valley.
Tuesday October 10, 2017 Canyon and Owyhee counties along with the rest of the fourth and fifth districts transitioned to the new system. On Monday, August 8, 2016 Ada County went live on iCourt alongside Twin Falls County, which moved to the new system in June 2015. For online records and payments in these fourteen counties, please visit, mycourts.idaho.gov. To learn more about our transition, timelines, statewide record searches, and the iCourt project, visit icourt.idaho.gov.
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What case information is available to the public on this repository?
All information is displayed in accordance with Idaho Court Administrative Rule (ICAR) 32.
The status of both pending and closed cases is available to the public.
However, to ensure personal privacy, the following information is not
provided to the public:
- the first six characters of social security numbers
- street addresses
- telephone numbers
- any personal identification numbers (including motor vehicle
operator's license numbers and financial account numbers)
How far back do the records go?
Electronic records are available from 1995 and forward, although some information for older cases may be available.
How often is this information updated?
Every effort will be made to update this website hourly to reflect changes made to the court record during the working day by trial court personnel.
Who do I contact with questions about specific case information that appears on the repository website?
If you have questions regarding case information, please contact the office of the Clerk of the District Court in the county where the case originated.
Please click here for a local court directory.
Can I access confidential court records on the data repository?
Access to confidential court records is governed by Idaho Court Administrative Rule 32. The Idaho Supreme Court may authorize access
to confidential court records through the data repository. This type of access is referred to as 'extended access'.
To apply for extended access, complete and submit the Request for Extended Access to Court Records form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Agencies must also provide the User Agreement Form to all approved agency users. The form must be completed and signed by each user and retained by the agency, but made available to the Court upon request.
>> For all Records Requests, please contact the county courthouse where the case resides.
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