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- Our Self-Help Website is a great tool for those who desire to represent themselves in the Nebraska Court System.
- If you are unable to find forms you are looking for on our Self-Help website, check the resource page “When you can’t afford a lawyer.”
- Guardians can use our online resources or visit a Help Desk listed on the resource page for their reporting needs.
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- Use our One-Time Court Case Search ($15/search) to find a case in the Nebraska Court System.
- Use our Case Calendar search function to learn about the schedule of a courthouse near you.
- If you are being asked for a Criminal History or criminal records check (some refer to a RAP sheet which includes arrests and resulting dispositions), you need to go through the Nebraska State Patrol. For an online check, use the Nebraska State Patrol criminal history webpage. To make a request in writing to the State Patrol, complete the information listed on the Patrol’s records check page.
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This page was last modified on Friday, March 29, 2013