Which state are you looking for it in?
What type of matter was the case - was it a family law matter, a civil case, etc.?
What county in the state are you, or were you in?
Thank you for responding.
The site blocked out any specific information, but getting a copy of a court document is normally very easy. When the specific court a case was in is known (I asked questions just in case the specific court was not known or remembered) all that needs to be done is to contact the clerk of courts of the specific court that issued the document and then provide them with the case number XXXXX the names of the parties and the approximate date of the case. They can usually find the document in their records and print it. People can normally pick them up or have them mailed to them for a small copying, and mailing, if applicable, fee.
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