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About South Dakota Court Records

South Dakota has an illustrious court system that handles everything from divorces to violent crimes. All over South Dakota, from the Courthouse in Aberdeen to the Federal Building in Sioux Falls, people pass through courtrooms each and every business day. All these court appearances result in court records that are available the public. You only need an internet connection and a computer to find out more about any particular court case or resident of South Dakota. Whether you want to learn details of your sister’s trial, your husband’s bankruptcy, or even look up the ruling in your civil case from a decade ago, South Dakota court records are ready and available to you.

Court records contain a myriad of information that you can’t necessarily find using a simple search engine search. Everything from court dates, court notes, and even plea bargains may be outlined within a court record, but it’s your right as a taxpayer in South Dakota to know what goes on inside the state’s courts. Whether you want to research an adoption, find out more about a murder trial, or even look up rulings made at a specific courthouse, using the state’s court records database is the right way to start. You never know what you’re going to find out that might answer questions (or create new ones!). Court records are meant to be stored and accessed, which is why the state of SD spends so much time and money managing them.