How do I find out the outcome of a court case Vic?
You do not need to be in court to find out about the outcome of the case. The law in Victoria says that police should provide you with this information. You can ask the police officer in charge of your case about the outcome.
How do I look up court cases in Massachusetts?
Trial Court case information is available at designated public access computers located in District, Boston Municipal, Probate and Family, Superior, Housing, and Land Courts and County Registry of Deeds sites. The public access PCs run the eAccess application and allow searches by name, case type, and case number.
How do I find out if someone is in jail in Massachusetts?
Visit VINELink to search for Massachusetts inmates online. To find inmates with this search tool, you have to provide their full first and last names or their inmate ID Numbers. Members of the public may also call VINELink at (866) 277-7477 to ask about the locations of inmates in MADOC-controlled facilities.
Are police reports public record Massachusetts?
Laws mandating the disclosure of public records have existed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since 1851. Every government record in Massachusetts is presumed to be public unless it may be withheld under a specifically stated exemption.
How do I find my arraignment results?
Call the court where your hearing was held. Depending on the court, you might be able to call the court clerk and ask about the hearing result. Depending on the court’s procedure, the clerk may be able to give you the results of your hearing over the phone.
Do you get released after arraignment?
If you have been arrested, after the plea is entered at your arraignment, the court must decide whether you will remain in custody or be released until the next scheduled court hearing, and if release is granted, whether there will be conditions placed on that release.