(THE OREGON JUDICIAL INFORMATION NETWORK)
OJIN is an online network for Oregon courts' case records - similar to the federal PACER system, but specific to Oregon cases. It is the most accurate and cost effective search to determine if a person has been involved with the Oregon court system, either on a criminal or a civil basis.
All Oregon state courts - civil, criminal, and domestic - are now online with OJIN, from all 36 Oregon counties. These include:
Not included are: mental hearings, adoptions, sealed cases, expunged cases, minor municipal infractions, and juvenile cases (except for those falling under Measure 11).
The updated version of OJIN allows all courts in the state to be searched with a single entry by a subject's name, or a case number. Pending civil and criminal cases are listed. Divorces are listed. Restraining orders and anti-stalking orders are listed. Evictions are listed.
Business names may also be run, to determine if a company has been involved in litigation in Oregon.
Cases are updated according to county procedure - usually the same day. The records go back for at least thirteen years — seventeen in some counties.
Search results include: dates, case numbers, parties to the cases, docket information, dispositions, sentences, warrants issued, and fiscal information.
The price for a statewide search is $50.00 per
(We reserves the right to charge an additional fee if an extremely large number of cases are found on any one subject, after authorization by client.)
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