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About Massachusetts Court Records

Massachusetts is a relatively small state but that doesn’t mean courts here don’t stay busy. From Boston to Springfield, every district in Mass. has a courthouse that processes civil, domestic, and even criminal cases. The good news is, court records in Massachusetts are easier to search than ever before, all made digital by the work of state employees. Court records can give you all kinds of information: judge on duty, outcome of a case, and even the specifics of a bankruptcy filing or custody battle. Whatever information you’re looking for regarding a specific court case or a specific person in Massachusetts, a court record search is a smart place to begin. Don’t know what you hope to find out? Court records are easily searchable by date, courthouse, and even by a specific person’s name.

Want to find out details about your traffic court case from several years ago? Need details regarding your ex-husband’s divorce that ended up in court? Whatever data you’re looking for, remember that court records are some of the more detailed records available to the general public. Massachusetts believes it’s your right to know what goes on inside its courthouses because it’s your tax dollars that fund them! From the U.S. Courthouse in Springfield to the Subtreasury in Boston, every official court office in Massachusetts has the ability to add to state court records. You never know what you might find when you begin looking into the court records of someone you know…ask yourself, what do you want to know regarding Massachusetts extensive list of court records?