Connecticut DPS Increases
|Effective October 1, 2009,
the Division of State Police, part of Connecticut's Department of Public Safety,
doubled the fees for criminal record checks and
The fee for a criminal record check
increased from $25.00 to $50.00 per request, be it a name search or fingerprint
search. Please note, the actual fingerprinting for the criminal record checks
must be completed by a law enforcement agency. The fee for fingerprints taken
by the DPS State Police Bureau of Identification DPS is an additional
The fee for an Accident report increased from $8.00 to $16.00; add
$1.00 for a certified record. Note, the agency web page does not use the words
accident report or crash report and refers to these reports as
State Police Reports.
The DPS home page is www.ct.gov/dps/site/default.asp.
In late September, 2009, the Circuit & Superior Courts of Hamilton
County Indiana switched their case file management to the Odyssey case
management system provided by the Indiana Supreme Court. As a result, online
access to the court record index is now available at http://mycase.in.gov/default.aspx
Previously, courts place the record index with https://www.doxpop.com
Hamilton County records may still be accessed from Doxpop's subscription system,
the range of records date from 01/1987 to 9/21//2009. Thus, since the
switchover, new cases and updates to existing cases for Hamilton County are no
longer updated on Doxpop.
|Fee Increases At Clerk's
Office - Macomb County, Michigan|
November 1, 2009 there will be fee increases for court record copies and
for certified copies of certain public records. At the 16th Circuit Court, plain
copies will increase from $.40 per page per copy to $1.00 per page. The $10.00
certified fee remains the same; however, certified copies of vital records will
increase to $15.00 for the first copy and $5.00 for each additional copy. Search
fees for the Clerk's records did not increase.
The fees for copies or searches from the Register of Deeds remain the same.
|Heads-up: Idaho Driver and
Vehicle Record Fees to Increase|
Effective January 1, 2010, the fees for driver-related records and
vehicle-related records from the Idaho Transportation Department will increase
by $3.00 per record. This is regardless of access method.
We will present specifics next month.
Tennessee Consolidating Court Locations|
October 26, 2009, the four court locations in Washington County, TN will
house at the new Justice Center Address at 108 W Jackson Blvd, Jonesborough, TN
37659. The limited jurisdiction civil General Sessions Court and Probate Court
are moving from Johnson City to Jonesborough. The 1st District Circuit &
General Sessions Court located on E. Main in Jonesborough will also move into
the Jackson Blvd. location.
At this time, it is not known if the Johnson City phone numbers will
remain the same or be changed. For questions, call the 1st District Circuit
Court at 423-753-1611.
|Relocation of Wabasha
County Courts in Minnesota|
|The Wabasha County
3rd Judicial District Court has moved from 625 Jefferson to its new facility at
848 17th Street East in Wabasha, MN. Phone numbers remain the same. The main
number is 651-565-3524. The County Recorder's Office is not moving and remains
at 625 Jefferson. www.co.wabasha.mn.us/.
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