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All Federal court records are available online at PACER.gov, an electronic public access service that is overseen by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. This includes all Federal civil court cases, criminal charges, as well as bankruptcies. In all, there are over 500 million documents on PACER.
They are public. A conviction record shows that a jury or judge accepted the allegation as true beyond a reasonable doubt. Criminal case restraining orders, though public, are still less damaging than a record of conviction.
There are three ways to look at court records: Go to the courthouse and ask to look at paper records. Go to the courthouse and look at electronic court records. If your court offers it, look at electronic records over the internet.
Use Minnesota Guide File to create the forms you need to Ask for a MN Restraining Order - either an Order for Protection or Harassment Restraining Order. You can file the forms electronically (eFile) through Guide File, or print your completed forms. For more information, visit our Guide File Help Topic.
Each Minnesota district courthouse offers electronic access to statewide public case records through public access terminals. Each district courthouse also offers in-person counter access to locally-stored, public case records in paper form.
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They are public. A conviction record shows that a jury or judge accepted the allegation as true beyond a reasonable doubt. Criminal case restraining orders, though public, are still less damaging than a record of conviction.
The public is allowed to look at court records for most cases. However, there are some court records the public is not allowed to see. This happens when a law or court order makes a record confidential.
At a Courthouse Each Minnesota district courthouse offers electronic access to statewide public case records through public access terminals. Each district courthouse also offers in-person counter access to locally-stored, public case records in paper form.
Document Search allows you to search for public documents in court cases that are available online. Enter a Case Number to find and view the case documents. More case and document information may be available in the Case Details (Register of Actions).
Use Minnesota Guide File to create the forms you need to Ask for a MN Restraining Order - either an Order for Protection or Harassment Restraining Order. You can file the forms electronically (eFile) through Guide File, or print your completed forms. For more information, visit our Guide File Help Topic.

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