|Anchorage||AK||99501||Alaska Bankruptcy Court||Old Federal Building 605 West Fourth Avenue, Suite 138 Anchorage AK 99501-2248||www.akb.uscourts.gov||907-271-2655|
|Anchorage||AK||99513||Ninth Circuit Librarian||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 222 West 7th Avenue, Room 181 Anchorage AK 99513-7500||www.lb9.uscourts.gov||907-271-5655|
|Anchorage||AK||99513||Alaska District Court||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 222 West 7th Avenue Anchorage AK 99513-7500||www.akd.uscourts.gov||907-677-6100|
|Anchorage||AK||99513||Alaska Prob/Pretrial Office||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 222 West 7th Avenue, Room 168 Anchorage AK 99513-7500||907-271-5494|
|Anchorage||AK||99501||Alaska Federal Public Defender||601 West Fifth Avenue, Suite 800 Anchorage AK 99501||home.gci.net||907-646-3400|
|Fairbanks||AK||99701||Alaska Prob/Pretrial Office||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 101 12th Avenue, Room 322 Fairbanks AK 99701-6236||907-456-0266|
|Fairbanks||AK||99701||Alaska Bankruptcy Court||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 101 12th Avenue, Room 332 Fairbanks AK 99701-6236||www.akb.uscourts.gov||907-456-0349|
|Fairbanks||AK||99701||Alaska District Court||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 101 12th Avenue, Room 332 Fairbanks AK 99701-6236||www.akd.uscourts.gov||907-451-5791|
|Juneau||AK||99801||Alaska District Court||Hurff A. Saunders Federal Building 709 West Ninth Street, Room 979 Juneau AK 99801-1807||www.akd.uscourts.gov||907-586-7458|
|Ketchikan||AK||99901||Alaska Bankruptcy Court||Federal Building 648 Mission Street, Room 507 Ketchikan AK 99901-6534||www.akb.uscourts.gov||907-247-7576|
|Nome||AK||99762||Alaska District Court||United States Post Office and Courthouse 940 East Front Street Nome AK 99762||www.akd.uscourts.gov||907-443-5216|
Alaska Federal Courts – Locations, Hours & Phone Numbers
Alaska Federal courts refer to the United States federal court systems present in the state of Alaska. As of now, seven state federal courts are operating in Alaska. The state federal courts in Alaska include two U.S Federal Buildings and Courthouse in Anchorage, two U.S Federal Buildings & Courthouse in Fairbanks, a Federal & Territorial Building in Juneau, and a U.S Federal Building in Ketchikan.
The Alaska Federal Court is a place where legal proceedings and hearings take place. Furthermore, you can obtain information related to a particular case from the Alaska Federal Courts. The information you can obtain from the court includes the case files, transcripts and exhibits taken and collated during the procedure or hearing. The type of records you can obtain depends on the case i.e. whether it’s a criminal case or a civil one. Depending on the case, you can obtain anything from property ownership documents to arrest records. There are a number of reasons to request a court record including:
- Conducting background checks before hiring someone or selling someone a valuable such as a home or automobile
- Acquiring criminal records
- Proving ownership of property
- Filling for a marriage license
- Personal research in order to find out about a person’s maiden name, DOB, age etc
There are two ways of obtaining court records: in person and online. Often, navigating through all the courts to locate the record you want can be difficult. Therefore, obtaining court records in person may not be such a great idea. Fortunately, there is another way and that way is obtaining the court record you want online. Although they are a bit expensive, online databases can give you access to court records without much ado.
The government maintains digital copies of most case files, and you can access these using the online PACER system. If you have an account on PACER, you can use the system’s Case Locator to search and locate Alaska Federal Court case information.