Record Search on oscn.net
Open the website: www.oscn.net
. From the home page click on "Court Dockets" located at the top of the page.
If you know the case number, enter it on the left side of the screen and change the name of the county and click "Go."
If you do not know the case number click on "Search Dockets" which will bring up a new page. Select a county or "All Oklahoma Courts" then enter a last and first name (the rest of the fields are not required to complete a search). Click "Go."
After the search is complete you will see all cases with the names that were entered. Click on the appropriate case. Click on the "Document Available" link to view a document from the case. If there is not a link for a document or it says "Document available at the Court Clerk’s office," you will need to contact the Court Clerk’s office for a copy.
Most cases prior to 1994 will not be available on OSCN. You will need to contact the Court Clerk’s office for these files.
Record search through the mail:
If you do not know your case number there will be a five dollar ($5.00) record search fee. Please mail a check or money order made payable to Marie Ramsey-Hirst, Court Clerk, along with a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope. Provide as much information about the case and names of all parties involved.
Costs for copies are as follows: One dollar ($1) for the first page, fifty cents (50¢) for each additional page, fifty cents (50¢) for each certification, and five dollars ($5.00) for any authenticated copies.
Record search by phone:
We do not perform any record searches over the phone.
Record search by internet:
Instructions on how to perform a record search