What is the new Idaho repository?
Idaho has transitioned statewide to the new iCourt system where citizens can search for court records, make payments, or get county contact information. This website will provide updated information and resources throughout the life of the project.
Are wills public record in Idaho?
Idaho probate records include wills, appraisals, inventories, letters, claims, final accounts, estate cases and guardianships. You can obtain copies of probate records from the clerk’s office in each county courthouse.
Can you expunge a felony in Idaho?
Idaho law limits the expungement and sealing of adult criminal records. Many convictions cannot be expunged. However, you may be able to expunge arrest records, deferred judgments, and information on the Idaho Sex Offender Registry.
Who are the users of the Idaho data repository?
A: Any user who is not an employee of the courts (county or state), currently has extended authorization, and wishes for that access to continue, must complete the Authorization Request Form & User Agreement. Authorization and access levels for these individuals will now be managed by the Supreme Court.
Is the Idaho State Records website open to the public?
The Idaho State Records website provides every person with the right to gather, obtain, and examine public records. This ensures Idaho residents have access to this information in accordance with the Idaho Public Records Law. This act states that all government information and records are available to the public.
Is there a criminal history database in Idaho?
The Idaho criminal history database contains information on Idaho arrests only, and does not include other state’s records, FBI records, or subjects convicted in federal court. What if the record has charges that do not belong to me?
How did the Idaho courts change the way we do business?
The Idaho Courts has changed the way we do business by shifting from a legacy paper-based system to a modern electronic online judicial system. Idaho has transitioned statewide to the new iCourt system where citizens can search for court records, make payments, or get county contact information.