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To request access to records prior to , complete an online request here. Due to varying restrictions on public access for certain case types as provided by law, cases in SOPA are divided into three tiers with three corresponding levels of access, which are defined as follows:. Tier 1: Most cases that are viewable in SOPA fall within Tier 1, including most civil, probate, domestic relations, and criminal case types.
Tier 3 cases include proceedings under the Abuse and Neglect Act, the Families in Need of Court-Ordered Services Act, adoption proceedings, parentage proceedings, and mental health proceedings.
County offices will resume regular hours on Tuesday, November Collection Centers will resume regular hours on Wednesday, November Essential services provided by Public Safety will continue as usual. The public is now able to search Santa Fe County Probate Court case docket information from through present.
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