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Louisiana Court Records

The Louisiana Court Records website makes unsealed court records of the Pelican State available to anyone looking for them. It also helps the public understand the state’s judicial system by naming the different tiers of courts and explaining their functions. With the information provided, Louisiana citizens can identify the different courts in the cities and parishes of the state and understand their jurisdictions.

The Louisiana Public Records Act, enacted in 1940, protects 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 Louisiana public records accessible to the public and empowers anyone to formally ask for them without stating the purpose of their requests.

The Louisiana Court Records website complies with the Sunshine Law and provides access to other public records besides court records. Its coverage includes crime data, background checks, police reports, jail information, sex offender registry, and vital records for all 64 parishes in Louisiana. Note that search results for public records vary between parishes.

Louisiana citizens can find these records through the Louisiana Court Records website without revealing their personal information. By providing open access to these records, Louisianans can create a fair and just society for all.