Season’s greetings to all our clients, colleagues, and friends. Please take a moment to watch our video for some holiday cheer from the folks at County House Research.
County House Research has been granted renewed access to the PROMIS/Gavel system by NJ Courts. CHR resumed processing requests in New Jersey effective Thursday, July 30. Clients can rest easy that this is the exact same system used previously. All requests previously submitted will be completed as soon as possible in the order they were […]
Promising news out of Massachusetts. The Supreme Judicial Court has announced that starting July 13 courthouses will physically reopen for limited purposes. While it is unclear exactly how this will apply to criminal record checks, it is a step in the direction of pre-COVID 19 access. According to the announcement, non-emergency business will continue to […]
Courts and County House Research offices will be closed on Friday, July 3 for Independence Day. We wish all our clients and colleagues a happy 4th of July and an enjoyable weekend.
The Pennsylvania Department of Motor Vehicles (PennDOT) has reopened and is now accepting requests. PennDOT has announced new procedures to maintain social distancing. Click for details.
Many states will reopen courts more fully this summer, others are waiting to see how things go with the return to school in September. Click for details.
Courts and County House Research offices will be closed on Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day. Thank you to our veterans, active service people, and frontline workers for your sacrifices on behalf of our country.
The CHR team has been moving full steam ahead with our plans for returning to the courts once they reopen. At the same time, we are continuing our efforts with the help of the PBSA to gain access to local court records while the current crisis continues. County House Research’s motto is “It’s Our Search Too” for a reason. We are completely invested in our clients’ success because it is our own.
The Massachusetts Court System has announced that courthouses will stay closed to the public until June 1, 2020 due to the coronavirus crisis except for exceptional matters. The County House Research team is in daily contact with Massachusetts state and court officials to assess court conditions. We are also working with our on-the-ground research partners to […]
The Delaware judiciary has extended its closure of all court facilities to the public due to the COVID-19 public health emergency until May 14, 2020. Our team of local court researchers remains in contact with Delaware courts so that we can resume regular service when courthouses reopen. If you have questions or concerns, please contact […]