How do I get copies of the documents in my court file?

Court records are maintained by the clerk of each separate court. A court can only address requests made concerning records of cases filed in that court. If you were charged with crimes in several different courts, you will need to make your request to each separate court.

Copies of non-confidential court documents may be obtained by mail, in person or email from the County Clerk. Payments may be made in cash, cashier’s check, law firm check, money order, personal check, or debit/credit card. Please make your check payable to Grant County Clerk.

An additional resource for obtaining copies using a credit/debit card can be found at ClerkePass.

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Clerk's Office Fee Schedule (PDF)

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