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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Small Claims and Conciliation Branch as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in District of Columbia County, District of Columbia, and resources applicable to all courts in District of Columbia.
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Search Superior Court Case Records
Search Superior Court civil, criminal, probate, tax, and domestic violence case records by name or case number and date, case type, party type, or status code. A User Guide and Answers to Frequently Asked Questions are included.
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Forms and related information
Court Forms and Documents
Search District of Columbia court forms and documents by keyword, date range, court type, and subject.
Self help, legal research, general information
Housing Conditions Calendar
View information about the Housing Conditions Calendar, a program in the Civil Actions Branch that allows tenants to sue for housing code violations. Links to complaint and summons forms and instructions are included.
Small Claims Information
View information about small claims cases, including monetary limits, preparation and procedural assistance, the Small Claims Resource Center, and links to additional online resources.
Dispute Resolution Information
View information about the Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division of Superior Court, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to court. Programs include mediation, arbitration, case evaluation, and concilition in civil, small claims, landlord-tenant, medical malpractice, family, probate, and tax disputes. Links to specific programs are on the left side of the Dispute Resolution web page.
Superior Court Rules
View Superior Court Rules governing civil, small claims, landlord-tenant, criminal, domestic violence, neglect and abuse, mental health, and probate cases.
Foreclosure Prevention Resources
View resources for preventing foreclosure in the District of Columbia, including local housing counseling agencies, the Home Saver Program, and a link to legal aid providers.
View information about representing yourself in Superior Court in several different case types including Civil, Small Claims, Landlord-Tenant, Housing Conditions, Domestic Violence, Family Court, Probate, and Mediation.
Civil Division Information
View information about the Civil Division, including descriptions of the branches and links to additional resources.
Free Legal Information
Legal information is organized by topic including Consumer, Employment, Family Law, Housing, Public Benefits, Immigration, Estate Planning, Guardianship, Small Business Law, and Taxation.
Search answers to frequently asked questions about District of Columbia courts by keyword, date range, court type, and subject.
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D.C. Public Defender Services Information
The D.C. Public Defender Service offers primarily criminal law assistance for adults and juveniles, but also mental health law, immigration, and disability advocacy. Links to additional Defender Services and other low-cost or no-cost resources are also provided.
Free Civil Legal Services
View contact information for District of Columbia providers of free and low-cost civil legal services.
Finding and Working With Lawyers
The D.C. Bar offers information about how to find and work with a lawyer, including a glossary of terms, identifying when you need a lawyer, free legal services available, selecting a lawyer, lawyers' fees, and more.
Find a Lawyer
The D.C. Bar offers a search service by attorney name, company name or office location.
Free Services from the D.C. Bar
The D.C. Bar offers an Advice and Referral Clinic, Free Child Custody Clinic, Free Divorce Clinic, Landlord Tenant Resource Center, Legal Information Help Line, and fee dispute arbitration.
Lawyer Referral Service
The Bar Association of the District of Columbia offers a fee-based lawyer referral service.