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Most states have websites with free access to court proceedings/ records. For instance, Oklahoma provides oscn.net. Iowa provides iowacourts.state.ia.us. So, depending on which state you are hoping to access records from, you should be able to find the state's website. If you are looking for more general court information in the form of cases and caselaw, Cornell's law school has a very useful website that has a multitude of caselaw and statutes--federal and individual states.
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Iowa offers access at iowacourts.state.ia.us, but there is a fee associated with registration. http://www.brbpub.com/iowa-public-records/ offers a variety of searches of public records, as well. Depending on what you are attempting to find, you can also try to use https://www.justia.com/criminal. What information you will be able to find depends on the jurisdiction and the type of information. For instance, a lot of divorce orders are sealed and not accessible unless you go to the courthouse in-person and petition for release of the record. Similarly, juvenile records and often criminal sentencing work the same way. There are a multitude of services that will provide you with that information for a fee though--usually $15 or so.