ClerkShare

ClerkShare is a collaborative service of the Washington State Association of County Clerks (WSACC) and the Washington Association of County Officials (WACO) to facilitate viewing by judicial officers of electronic court records from County Clerks' offices across the state. The service is free, easy to use, and ready for you to use right now.   
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How ClerkShare Works

The basic principle behind ClerkShare is to provide easy access for superior court judicial officers.  To that end, ClerkShare serves as a central location for any judicial officer to request case file documents from any of the participating counties by selecting the county of the record sought, making the request and clicking send.  The request needs to originate from your county email address.  It will go directly to the Clerk's office in that county.  You will need to provide case number and document information about the files you are seeking.

Information To Include in Your Request
Including the case number, sub-number, and title of the document(s) you are requesting will assist in completing your request.  Search for case numbers here.

Who Can Request Documents through ClerkShare?
This service is for the specific use of Superior Court judicial officers, and includes access to sealed and confidential documents.  To ensure security of the records and protect from misuse of the system, there are specific requirements. Only your work email address is acceptable.  Those addresses will be verified to be official before records are retrieved for you.

What Kind of Documents are Available Through ClerkShare?
At this time, ClerkShare only supports records that are available in electronic form.  Records that are in paper or microfilm are not part of this service and must be requested via other methods that you currently use.

How Many Documents Can be Requested at One Time?
Up to 5 documents may be requested at a time.

How Long Will it Take to Receive the Documents Requested?
Most requests will be handled in 2 hours or less.

What Happens After I Submit my Request?
Once your email address is verified as that of a Superior Court judicial officer, you will receive an email that includes a link and a password.  You click on that link and input the password to gain access.  Your requested record will be available for you to view, print, or save.