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Louisiana Court Records

The Louisiana Court Records Website aims to offer insight into the state's public court records and unified court system. It offers general information that citizens may use to identify the different courts in the cities and parishes of the state. The website provides an overview of the state's hierarchical judicial structure with the respective jurisdictions, commencing from district courts, which operate as the primary trial courts, to the Louisiana Supreme Court at the highest level.

This site also provides general information on obtaining unsealed court records in the Pelican State. Under state laws, Louisiana courts grant access to various public court records, including court proceedings and decrees. The Louisiana Public Records Act, enacted in 1940, preserves the public’s right to request, view, and make copies of the records of government bodies at all levels in the state. Also known as Louisiana’s Sunshine Law, this Act defines the kinds of public records in Louisiana that are accessible to the public and empowers anyone to formally ask for them without stating the purpose of their requests. This website offers general information to assist the public with accessing Louisiana Public Records where possible.

Operating as a private entity independent of any state government agency, this Louisiana court Records website may provide access to some criminal and court records sourced from numerous counties across Louisiana. Its coverage includes crime data, background checks, police reports, jail information, sex offender registry, and vital records for all 64 parishes in Louisiana. However, information on searches may vary between counties. We do not guarantee availability and accuracy.