eAccess Announcements


July 10, 2019 / Statewide eAccess Online Portal Offers Remote Access to Records PHOENIX – 

In a continuing effort to promote access to justice, the Arizona Supreme Court recently launched an online repository of Arizona court records called eAccess. eAccess provides convenient online access to case data and documents 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the public, attorneys, government users, the media, and litigants. Individuals and businesses can register with a username and password to view and purchase copies of court records. The eAccess web portal also offers the ability to purchase electronically certified documents. In its first phase, eAccess offers online access to select civil and criminal case data and documents from the superior court in fourteen of Arizona’s fifteen counties. Pima county documents will be available in the summer of 2019. Access to view, save, and print court documents is through a monthly paid subscription or by paying on a document-by-document basis. The records available through eAccess will still be available directly through the court or clerk’s office where the case is assigned. The supreme court anticipates expanding online court record access to justice and municipal courts and to additional superior court case types. Public court records that are not available through eAccess will remain available from the court or clerk’s office where the case is assigned. eAccess was designed to make access to records faster and more convenient for court users than traveling to a court building during regular business hours. The web portal is expected to reduce demands on the courts’ resources, allowing court staff more time to focus on the courts’ core functions and to improve customer service. To view court data or documents on eAccess, follow the instructions to register online at https://azcourtdocs.gov. To learn more about eAccess, visit www.azcourts.gov/eaccess