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November 24, 2009
District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley announces the new CRIMINAL DOCKET FINDER. In accordance with the Victims' Bill of Rights Act of 2008: Marsy's Law, the Criminal Docket Finder was developed to provide victims with information on a defendant's appearance at public proceedings. By logging onto the Criminal Docket finder, a crime victim can check on all future appearances in court. The Office of the District Attorney hopes to assist victims in using this valuable tool. This tool can be accessed at any time from the Home Page of District Attorney's Website.
Download a printable PDF of these instructions.
As a victim of a crime, you will receive a card containing the information necessary to use the Criminal Docket Finder. This information will include the Docket Number of the case, the court name, the police report number and the police agency name. Using this information, go to the Internet using "Internet Explorer" or some other browser. In the Address window, type acgov.org to go to the Alameda County Homepage.
From the home page, click on "Criminal Docket Finder"
This will take you to the Criminal Docket Finder page as shown below:
Follow the instructions, using EITHER option one or option two, to access the case and the future court dates.
To learn more about your rights, go to the Victim's Rights page or contact your local District Attorney Office.