This unique search is not offered elsewhere. With a one search
you are able to look into multiple court records and discover if the
person was sued before either federal or state courts, filed for a
bankruptcy, had any liens or judgments or was arrested.
About New York Courts:
Courts hear and determine appeals from the decisions of the
Trial Courts. The Appellate Courts are the Court of Appeals
(the highest Court in the State), the Appellate Divisions of
the Supreme Court, the Appellate Terms of the Supreme Court,
and the County Courts acting as Appellate Courts in the
Third and Fourth Judicial Departments.
courts of superior jurisdiction are the Supreme Courts, the
Court of Claims, the Family Courts, the Surrogate’s Courts
and, outside New York City, the County Courts. In New York
City, the Supreme Court exercises both civil and criminal
jurisdiction. Outside New York City, Supreme Court exercises
civil jurisdiction, while County Court generally handles
Many New Yorkers will have their
first and only court experience in one of the almost 1300
locally-funded Justice Courts located throughout New York
State (except for New York City).
These courts have jurisdiction over a broad range of
matters, including vehicle and traffic matters, small
claims, evictions, civil matters and criminal offenses.