The Riverside Superior Court’s Public Access is intended to assist the public in accessing available case data without having to visit the courthouse. This site allows you to access the Riverside Superior Court case information via a secure web server. The information provided on and obtained from this site does not constitute the official record of the Riverside Superior Court.
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Search Civil/Criminal Records
Search Family Law/Probate Records
For information regarding how far back you can search and name search credit costs, select the case type below. Also, listed below is information on how to purchase copies.Collapse All Expand All
Date ranges of Civil cases available online:
Plain copies can be purchased directly from the Public Access site. If a camera icon displays next to the document you may purchase it.
If you need certified copies of a civil case visit our Online Copy Request page.
Please Note: Unlawful Detainer (Evictions) cases are confidential for the first sixty (60) days and cannot be viewed. However, Court Rule (1161.2(a)) provides for access to such cases by interested parties who can, at a minimum, provide one plaintiffs name, one defendants name and the property address. To search for Unlawful Detainer (Eviction) cases select the 'Unlawful Detainer Search' link after selecting 'Civil'.Search Court Records
Almost all cases from April 1992 forward are available. If you do not find the case you are looking for, you can submit a request for the court to conduct a search for you.Search Court Records
Almost all cases from July 1994 forward are available. If you do not find the case you are looking for, you can submit a request for the court to conduct a search for you.Search Court Records
Date ranges available online:
Visit our Online Copy Request page.Search Court Records
*Please Note: Riverside Superior Court uses two (2) databases for Civil cases. The Riverside (Banning and all locations west) database and the Indio (Indio, Palm Springs & Blythe) database. To accomplish a countywide Civil search you must search both databases. Each search requires using a search credit, so two search credits will be required to do a countywide Civil search.*
All other case types have been merged into one database.
If you cannot find the court record you are searching for, it may be because it has been purged/removed from the database. The Riverside Superior Court routinely purges court records pursuant to Government Code Section 68152 (external site ).