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As there may be more one source to obtaining Idaho criminal, civil and divorce records, it is important to search multiple state courts to find the correct records.

Idaho State Court Structure:

Idaho youth courts are courts that sentence first time offenders, between the ages of thirteen and eighteen, who are still in school, and that have entered a plea of guilty for the offense of either minor in possession of or consumption of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and/or paraphernalia. Curfew violations may also be heard. The Idaho magistrates divisions hear tort, contract, real property rights for $0 to $10,000, small claims (with amount in controversies of $4,000 and below), estate, mental health, and other miscellaneous civil matters. The magistrates divisions also hear domestic relations matters, misdemeanor matters, and DWI or DUI matters. The magistrates divisions have exclusive traffic or other violation jurisdiction. Additionally, have jurisdiction over juvenile matters, and hold venue to preliminary hearings. Idaho's district courts are its trial courts. These courts hear tort, contract, real property rights from $0 with no maximum, estate, mental health, and other miscellaneous civil matters. The district courts also hear domestic relations matters. They have exclusive jurisdiction to hear cases involving felonies, criminal appeals matters, various misdemeanors, and DWI or DUI matters. District courts have jurisdiction over juvenile matters as well. Idaho's courts of appeal have mandatory jurisdiction to hear cases involving various civil matters, noncapital criminal matters, juvenile matters, and original proceeding cases assigned by the supreme court. District courts have no discretionary jurisdiction. Idaho's highest court is the supreme court. The supreme court has mandatory jurisdiction in various civil, capital criminal, criminal, administrative agency, juvenile, disciplinary, and original proceeding cases. It has discretionary jurisdiction in various civil, noncapital criminal, administrative agency, juvenile, certified questions from federal courts, original proceedings, interlocutory decision cases.

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Idaho Civil and Divorce Court Records
Judgments, lawsuits, dissolution of marriage, civil court cases.

Idaho Criminal Court Records
Felony, misdemeanors and traffic violations.
Idaho District Court Records
Filings in my District courthouses.
Civil, family law cases and divorces, personal injury cases, lawsuits, estate planning and probate matters.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Self Help Center
    Self Representation Info. Forms and instructions include family law, small claims, judicial consent abortion and more.

  • Tribal Courts Information
    Direct weblinks listed by tribe including Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, Nez Perce Tribe, Shoshone Bannock Tribes and Shoshone Paiute Tribes.

  • Idaho Supreme Court Data Repository
    Provide information on the status of trial court cases in the state of Idaho. Search by name or case number. Link to court calendars.

  • Family Court Services
    Family Court services coordinators listed by district. Statewide domestic violence resource coordinator and children and families in the courts coordinator.

  • Idaho Supreme Court
    Mandatory jurisdiction in civil, administrative agency, juvenile, disciplinary, original proceeding cases. Discretionary jurisdiction in civil administrative agency, juvenile, original proceeding and interlocutory decision cases. Search forms, opinions and rules.

  • Idaho Court of Appeals
    Mandatory jurisdiction in civil juvenile, original proceeding cases assigned by the supreme court. Find amended terms of court and accompanying press releases.
  • Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Opinions Search
    Access opinions and court rules by a simple word or phrase search for civil, juvenile and original proceeding cases.
  • Idaho Bankruptcy Courts
    Statewide Idaho bankruptcy courts. Court calendars, self help resources, local rules and public access to information online.

  • Idaho Judgments and Liens
    Idaho judgments and liens public information. Court look up sources, electronic forms and self help tools.
Most criminal cases are started when a prosecutor, either a district attorney (who represents a county) or the attorney general (who represents the state), files a complaint with the court.
  • Idaho Drug Court and Mental Health Courts
    Information about the drug and mental health courts of Idaho’s seven judicial districts, resources to assist those who manage and staff Idaho drug and mental health courts, and links to additional web based information.

  • Idaho Youth Courts
    Direct weblinks to State of Idaho department of Juvenile Corrections and the Youth Court planning committee evaluations measures.

  • Idaho Supreme Court
    Mandatory jurisdiction in capital criminal and criminal cases. Discretionary jurisdiction in noncapital criminal cases. Direct weblinks to court rules, forms and judicial rosters.

  • Idaho Court of Appeals
    Mandatory jurisdiction in noncapital criminal cases. Amended terms of court and accompanying press releases. Members of the Idaho Court of Appeals.

  • Idaho Supreme Court and Appellate Filings
    Clerk of the court filings of 2006 to 2008 for noncapital criminal cases assigned by the supreme court.

  • Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Opinions Search
    Access opinions and court rules by a simple word or phrase search for noncapital criminal cases assigned by the supreme court.
The state of Idaho is divided into seven judicial districts, each with an Administrative District Judge who is chosen by the other district judges in the district and a Trial Court Administrator (TCA) who is selected jointly by the Administrative District Judge and the Administrative Director of the State Courts.
First Judicial District
Benewah
Bonner
Boundary
Kootenai
Shoshone

Second Judicial District
Clearwater
Latah
Lewis
Idaho
Nez Perce

Third Judicial District
Adams
Canyon
Gem
Owyhee
Payette
Washington

Fourth Judicial District
Ada
Boise
Elmore
Valley

Fifth Judicial District
Blaine
Camas
Cassia
Gooding
Jerome
Lincoln
Minidoka
Twin Falls

Sixth Judicial District
Bannock
Bear Lake
Caribou
Franklin
Oneida
Power

Seventh Judicial District
Bingham
Butte
Custer
Jefferson
Madison
Bonneville
Clark
Fremont
Lemhi
Teton

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