How do I look up court documents in MN?
You will need to know the names of the parties or the court file number to pull up the court files online. The public can also access court documents from public access computer terminals at any Minnesota district (county) courthouse or at the Minnesota State Law Library.
What is MPA Remote?
MPA Remote is a public-view version of the Minnesota Court Information System (MNCIS), the computerized case management system used by Minnesota District Courts to track and manage cases and calendars. MPA Remote contains replicated public case data from MNCIS.
How long do misdemeanors stay on your record in Minnesota?
How long does a misdemeanor stay on your record in Minnesota? Misdemeanors in Minnesota can be grouped into one of three categories: gross misdemeanor, misdemeanor, or petty misdemeanor. Regardless of the category, these crimes will stay on your record forever unless you apply for expungement.
How to access state court records in Minnesota?
Welcome to Minnesota Court Records Online (MCRO) MCRO is an application and online platform for public access to state district court records. Once it is fully developed and implemented, it will replace MPA Remote. At this time, the public may use MCRO to access many Minnesota district court public documents online.
Where can I find Minnesota Court of Appeals dockets?
The Clerk of Appellate Courts keeps the dockets for the Minnesota Court of Appeals and Supreme Court cases. Appellate case information may be viewed online using the P-MACS case management system. Decisions of the trial courts in Minnesota are not published.
Where can I Find my Criminal History in Minnesota?
Background checks – contact the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA)’s Minnesota Public Criminal History Search (CHS) system: access online; at their office located at 1430 Maryland Avenue East in St. Paul; or by calling (651) 793-2400 for information. View pending criminal matters without searching by a case number.
How does the Minnesota district court system work?
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.