Court records are widely used for a multitude of purposes but whatever your specific reason, their main objective is to provide information. To put it simply, court records provide data in black and white. Ask a Lawyer.
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Back in 1968, the California Public Records Act was passed by state legislature and signed by the then-governor Ronald Regan. The act was put in place to ensure that court and public records would be available and open to the public, without an individual having to disclose why they are requesting said records. This is similar, but not exactly the same as the Freedom of Information Act.
Records can be obtained offline via the following address:
Federal Records Center
1000 Commodore Drive
San Bruno, CA 94066-2350
Phone: (650) 238-3500
Fax: (650) 238-3507