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Welcome. This website publishes the daily court lists for the Superior Court of Justice (Ontario) and the Ontario Court of Justice.

The daily court lists include the case name, time, room number and reason for the court appearance. For criminal matters in the Ontario Court of Justice, the docket number will also be displayed under the Docket Line column. For civil, criminal and family matters in the Superior Court of Justice, matters in the Small Claims Court and family matters in the Ontario Court of Justice, the Method of Attendance will display how a particular case will be heard (e.g. by videoconference, teleconference, attendance or hybrid). Definitions of each of the appearance methods are found in the FAQ section of this site.

NEW- The Daily Court Lists website now posts case information for two days. You are on the page that will take you to information about today’s cases. To see case information for tomorrow, please seeTomorrow’s court lists (dockets). Note that case information changes at 8 am each day (i.e. at 8 am, the cases listed under “today’s court lists” will be updated to show the current day’s cases).

Important: If you have been served with a summons, or otherwise notified that you are required to attend court, you must attend court, even if your name does not appear on a list. Failure to attend may result in a warrant for your arrest, dismissal of your case or the case proceeding in your absence. You may be able to attend court by video (over the internet) or over the telephone, rather than in person.

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Individuals are responsible for knowing whether they can attend a court proceeding remotely rather than in-person. Information about the expected/presumptive modes of attendance can be found by accessing the following links:

Please note that some cases do not appear in the daily court lists. These include matters in writing, matters added after the list is posted and matters subject to statutory, common-law or court-ordered public access restrictions such as adoptions and openness proceedings (Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017) and youth criminal matters (Youth Criminal Justice Act). Other cases under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 will be anonymized using only the initials of the parties, including the Children’s Aid Society providing services. Please note that weekend and statutory holiday court lists are not published on this website.

You can search and view Superior Court of Justice civil and criminal court case information and Ontario Court of Justice adult criminal court case information at Search for court cases online | ontario.ca.

The daily court lists of the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice are available on this website for general information only. These lists are not official and the court listings may be amended or updated after information is posted on this website. Certain types of cases are not listed on this website. For further information, see theAboutpage.

The information contained in the daily court lists may not be collected, copied or distributed in any fashion, including for resale or other commercial use.

The information on this page is provided ‘as is’ and without warranty of any kind, express or implied, as to its accuracy, completeness, currency, or suitability for any particular purpose. Court users are solely responsible for any use of this information and shall rely on it at their own risk.

The Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Justice and the Province of Ontario shall not be responsible for any loss or damage of any kind caused by any reason or purpose including, without limitation, reliance on the completeness or accuracy of the data contained on this website, including the daily court lists, or the functioning of this website.

The content of this site will be updated and is subject to frequent change. Please check back often for updates.

Publication Bans:The daily court lists do not contain details about publication and disclosure bans and may not reflect bans that were recently granted (i.e., within the last day or two). It is your responsibility to personally check with the appropriate courthouse about whether a case is subject to a publication ban and to comply with any publication bans or other restrictions.

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Are criminal records public in New Jersey? ›

Yes. N.J.A.C. 13:59-1.2(a)2 authorizes the dissemination of criminal history record information to a person or non-governmental entity of this State for the purpose of employment.

Are family court records public in NJ? ›

In addition to the final judgement of divorce cases, New Jersey law provides public access to documents providing details of all hearings, arraignments, sentencing, and appeal of divorce cases.

How do I find public records in NJ? ›

State government has a web site, OPRA Central, dedicated to helping people find state government records. OPRA Central also has lists of Internet links to New Jersey public agency web sites. Seeing this link on any public agency web site brings up information about the agency's public record access information.

Are NJ courts open to the public? ›

State and Local Courts

All State courthouses are open to the public. Face masks are optional in courtrooms and jury assembly areas. If you need help, call the NJ Court's Help Desk line at 609-421-6100. In addition, the Court's ombudsmen can answer questions by phone and email.

Is it illegal to secretly record someone in NJ? ›

New Jersey's wiretapping law is a "one-party consent" law. New Jersey makes it a crime to intercept or record an in-person or telephone conversation unless one party to the conversation consents. N.J. Stat. §§ 2A:156A-3, -4.

How to find recent arrests in NJ? ›

Inquirers may find recent arrests in New Jersey by visiting the websites of county sheriff's offices and city police agencies. In New Jersey, local sheriffs often have an internet database that is updated daily with the names of everyone arrested within their county.

What is the open record in New Jersey? ›

Open Public Records Act (OPRA)

OPRA is a state law that was enacted to give the public greater access to government records maintained by public agencies in New Jersey. Government records available from Legislative offices are primarily Legislative records.

Are NJ divorce records public? ›

Divorce case files are available or public viewing on FACTS under New Jersey's Electronic Access Program. The records available for public access are for informational purposes only. To access FACTS, interested persons must submit completed enrollment forms to the eCourts team at the Superior Court Clerk's office.

Are death records public in NJ? ›

Please note, New Jersey law protects and restricts the release of vital records. Vital records are not public records and cannot be searched online.

Who is exempt from jury duty in New Jersey? ›

New Jersey exempts the following from jury duty: state legislators; members and employees of state and local police forces; firefighters (paid and volunteer); members of first aid and rescue squads; fish and game wardens; practicing physicians and dentists; employees and officers of hospitals or any agency under the ...

How much do Jurors get paid in NJ? ›

Q. How much do I get paid for jury service? Petit jurors are paid $5 dollars for each day of service. If a petit juror serves more than three days, the pay rate will increase to $40 per day beginning on the fourth day. Grand jurors are paid $5 dollars for each day of service.

What is a petit juror in NJ? ›

Petit jurors who sit on a criminal trial decide guilt or innocence in a criminal matter. Petit jurors who sit on a civil trial decide liability or damages. Grand Jury determine whether there is enough evidence to move forward with criminal charges against a defendant.

How to run a background check on someone in NJ? ›

Contact the New Jersey State Police for name-based criminal history and fingerprint-based records searches. Employers may conduct searches on job candidates and prospective volunteers as part of pre-employment screening. Name-based searches are for New Jersey records only.

How long does a criminal record last in NJ? ›

Before you can expunge the record of a conviction, you must wait for a set period beginning when you complete your sentence. For a disorderly persons offense, also known as a misdemeanor, the waiting period is five years, and for an indictable offense, also known as a felony, it is 10 years.

What is considered a public record in NJ? ›

"Government record" or "record" means any paper, written or printed book, document, drawing, map, plan, photograph, microfilm, data processed or image processed document, information stored or maintained electronically or by sound-recording or in a similar device, or any copy thereof, that has been made, maintained or ...

Are criminal records public in the US? ›

Answer. Yes, most (but not all) criminal court records are accessible to the public.

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