A certificate of disposition is a document that states the final disposition or current status of a case. You can get a certificate of disposition from the clerk's office in the Supreme Court or criminal court. It is important to note that only certain people are able to access a certificate of disposition. The defendant's representative, the defendant and people who have written permission are the only ones who are able to access a certificate of disposition.
There are several forms you will need to fill out before you can get a certificate of disposition.
What Type Of Fees Will I Need To Pay For A Certificate Of Disposition?
You will be charged a fee for coming to the courthouse. You will also be charged a small fee for the certificate of disposition itself. If you need to get multiple copies of the certificate, then you will be charged a fee for each copy. You can pay for it with cash, credit card, debit card or PayPal.
How Long Will It Take To Get My Certificate Of Disposition?
It typically takes about one week to get a certificate of disposition. However, it is important to note that many factors can delay the process. You can request rush delivery. You will get your certificate of disposition via first class mail. Keep in mind that you will need to pay more for rush delivery.
Can I Get A Certificate Of Disposition If My Case Was Sealed?
You can still get a copy of the Certificate of Disposition if your case has been dismissed. You will need to get an original notarized authorization.