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Each court has a case register or log where the court lists “events” for each case. Events include each document filed, hearings and trials, notices, judgments, and reminders. What is not included are copies of the documents in the file.
To find a case, you have three options:
FREE online access to court calendars and basic case information for the Oregon circuit courts, the Tax Court, Court of Appeals, and Supreme Court.
Note: Due to federal or state law or policy, the Oregon Judicial Department does not provide court records or court calendar information for certain cases through this service. This applies to records including, but not limited to, adoption, juvenile, mental health, and cases that fall under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
OJCIN is the Oregon Judicial Case Information Network. It contains the judgment dockets and official Register of Actions from Oregon State Courts, including trial, appellate, and tax courts.
OJCIN OnLine allows registered users to search those records. OCJIN OnLine is a low-cost subscription-based service available using a standard web browser.
Court staff may be able to provide case information by phone but cannot provide legal advice. Additionally, each local circuit court has a free public access terminal where you can look up case information for most cases (state and federal law require courts to protect some information).
Click on the button below to find your court's contact information.
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