COURT DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL
WHAT IS COURT DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL?
Court document retrieval is the physical act of visiting a clerk of court to get copies of specific files. Many cases do not exist in an online archive– they are literal files packed in a cabinet or box, often in the basement of a courthouse. Our court document retrieval specialists visit the court to get copies for you.
We understand it’s important to have access to court documents. Sometimes, distance complicates things for you. Let our document retrieval specialists handle the research so that you can focus on your case.
HOW DOES COURT DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL WORK?
At Aubor Group, our goal is to save you time. When you need court records, you send us the information and our court runners go get the documents you need. When you place an order with us, we send you an estimated cost and delivery time. Once we retrieve the documents, we email them to you in electronic format so that you have immediate access. If you prefer physical copies, please let us know (you will need to pay for printing/shipping costs, if so).
HOW MUCH DOES COURT DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL COST?
Each job incurs a different cost based on the time involved and the geographical location of the court records. Because we have document retrieval specialists across the country, rates frequently differ. Send us a message and we can get an estimate for you.
Our simple pricing lets you stay in control of costs. Our flexible hourly billing means you pay based on the amount of time spent retrieving the records, no more. You may also set a cap on the amount you are willing to pay. If our court runners reach that cap, they stop working and send over what they retrieved in the time you allowed.
WHAT ABOUT THE SHERIFF?
In most states, the county sheriff is responsible for serving civil process. North Carolina is a sheriff-first state, which means service of process issued by a North Carolina court must first be attempted by the local sheriff. If the sheriff is unable to serve the civil papers, a private process server may attempt service. An exception to this rule is service of subpoenas, which may bypass the sheriff. For process issued by an out-of-state court, that state’s rules of civil procedure govern service of process.
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