Public May View Civil and Probate Case Information Using the Internet
Houston, TX July 1, 2001—The Texas based company, iDocket.com, LLC, has included information from Harris County in its multi-county database. The information can be viewed starting today at www.idocket.com.
The legal community and other interested parties can now stay up to date on cases by logging onto the web site. The court files are transported electronically to the iDocket.com server periodically then formatted and placed on the iDocket.com database. The database includes the court case information from all courts that are on the service. Searches can be done across court, jurisdiction or county and can be performed on name, attorney, offense, court, filing or disposition dates.
The data from Harris County will be combined with court case information from several other Texas Counties, including Potter, Hidalgo and Randall. The company has also recently contracted with Montgomery and Galveston Counties to place their case information online.
The public may access the database and perform name searches at no charge. A subscription package, which includes advanced search capabilities and case histories, is available for a monthly or annual fee. The company is also offering a free trial period for the subscription package. Interested parties may contact iDocket.com at (800) 566-7164 to begin the free trial.
iDocket.com offers convenient Internet access to public court case information. iDocket.com is an on-line, Internet-accessible database that can be used to track cases filed in various Texas counties. iDocket.com gives desk top access to court records that users would normally be required to request by mail or retrieve in person from the courthouse. Information for iDocket.com is extracted from the court clerk's database daily and loaded onto the iDocket.com Internet web site so that users may do a "virtual inspection" of court cases by viewing the equivalent of the clerk's file docket.
iDocket.com offers free access to select information from its entire multi-county, multi- court database to any Internet user. Those interested in subscribing to iDocket.com’s advanced features package may register for a free trial.
Additional information and frequently asked questions about iDocket.com can be found on the website at www.idocket.com or by calling (800) 566-7164.