Arizona State Resources

State Law

State Government

Federal Courts

Arizona Law Libraries

Other Legal Resources

Arizona Lawyer's Guide to the Internet
Jesse Frey, a paralegal, offers a comprehensive guide to Arizona state legal resources via The Arizona Lawyer's Guide to the Internet.

Arizona Dockets
The Arizona Judicial Branch offers a database of case information from 137 out of 180 courts in Arizona. The database covers criminal and civil cases, but does not offer information about sealed, non-served domestic violence, mental health, juvenile, or probate cases.

Arizona Public Access System (STARPAS)
A database of corporations, LLCs, limited partnerships, trademarks, and trade names, maintained by the Secretary of Corporation Commission's Corporations Division. Additionally, STARPAS offers alphabetical lists of active corporations, inactive corporations, corporations that have changed their names, and corporate agents. The Secretary of State also has databases of partnerships, registered trade names, UCC filings, lobbyists, notaries, charitable organizations & registered telephone solicitors.

Arizona Current House and Senate Bills

Arizona House and Senate Bills Archive
Covers 1997 - Present

Arizona Current Session Laws

Arizona Rules of Court

Arizona Code of Judicial Conduct

Arizona State Bar Ethics Opinions

Arizona Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee Opinions

Arizona Executive Orders

Arizona Revenue Rulings and Procedures

Arizona Civil Jury Instructions

Arizona Criminal Jury Instructions

Arizona State Agencies Archive
Archival content from the Web sites of Arizona state government agencies, boards and commissions. A keyword RSS feed for monitoring search results is available. - Arizona State Resources Court Forms, Rules and Dockets offers search access to source information for federal and state court rules, forms and dockets.

State Public Records

Arizona State Library - Public Records Division

Arizona Criminal History Records
Arizona official rapsheets, or information collected by the state criminal repository, is not public record.

Arizona Genealogy Birth and Death Certificates
The Arizona Department of Health Services makes available a database of public birth and death records. Coverage for birth records encompasses 1855-1932; death records are available for the years, 1844-1957.

Death on the Border
Maintained by the Arizona Daily Star with data from the Mexico Secretary of Foreign Relations, as well as Arizona county medical examiners and local law enforcement, this database contains information about illegal immigrants, who have died in the Tucson Sector while crossing into the United States.