The Public Case History is a tool that allows you to look up the status of cases in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and Court of Criminal Appeals through the case management system of the Appellate Court Clerk’s Office known as C-Track. In addition to providing information about the status and procedural history of an appeal, you will be able to directly access all motions, orders, judgments and opinions filed in the appellate courts after August 26, 2013. Furthermore, many of the orders filed in the appellate courts prior to that date will also be accessible as they have been transferred from the legacy case management system to C-Track. These documents are in PDF format and linked to the particular event in the Public Case History. Before searching the Public Case History, please read the instructions below.
SEARCHING FOR YOUR CASE
You can search the Public Case History database using one of four items: (1) the Case Number of the appeal, (2) the Case Style, (3) the first or last name of a party to an appeal; or (4) an organization. For example:
When you are ready to search, enter the information you are seeking and press the Search button.
FINDING YOUR CASE
When the search results are displayed, simply click on the correct case.
After selecting a case, the system will retrieve and display the case information such as; Style of the Case, the trial court number, the trial court judge, the major events in the case, the case history events, and record information.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING
Click here to search the Public Case History.
SEARCH PUBLIC CASE HISTORY
Once you click the link, you will be taken to a separate window.
Please refer to the instructions on this page for using the Public Case History tool. If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, please contact the appropriate Appellate Court Clerk's Office.