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Massachusetts Court Records

The Massachusetts Court Records website is designed to help the public understand the structure of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ judicial system. It identifies the different types of courts available in the cities and counties of the state and explains their functions and jurisdictions. It also presents information on the hierarchical judicial structure, from trial courts of general jurisdiction, such as the District Courts and the Superior Court, to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the Commonwealth's highest appellate court.

Under Commonwealth laws, Massachusetts courts grant access to various public court records, including court proceedings and decrees. The Massachusetts Public Records Actalso describes citizens’ right to view, review, and copy the records of state government agencies at all levels. This website offers general information to assist the public with accessing Massachusetts Public Records where possible.

Massachusetts court records may also provide access to some records sourced from numerous counties across Massachusetts, operating as a private entity independent of any state government agency. In addition to court records, available records may include crime data, background checks, police reports, jail information, sex offender information, and vital records from all 14 counties of the Commonwealth. However, the volume of information may vary between counties, and this site doesn't guarantee their accuracy. By helping to provide information on public records, the Massachusetts Court Records website helps citizens of the Bay State create a free, fair, and just society.