Records and Requests

If you need to request a document from a file we have, Please fill out our Record Request Form and email it to Record Dept. or mail it to the county Clerk, Record Dept.

The Clerk's office now offers electronic filing through E-Filing Court Documents Online.

  • E-filing requests may take up to 48 hours to complete
  • Note for Hearings must be filed by 4:00 pm Thursday to make the following week's calendar
  • Please contact the Judicial Assistant Office at (509)422-7093 for Special Sets & when noting for no Oral Argument

All Requests that are in case files that are dated in 2000 or before will be done on Fridays of every week. Keep this in mind when requesting documents.

Research Fee: $20.00
Certified Copy Fee: $5.00 for 1st page, and $1.00 per page after
Regular Copy Fee: $.50 per page

*** Please Note: Social Security and the Department of Motor Vehicles do not accept certified electronic copies from ePass at this time ***

The public can now view and purchase documents online through Clerk ePass, click link to continue

Requests for Recorded Proceedings/Court Hearings are made to the County Clerk, we have a Request Form to fill out and send back. There is a $25 fee per CD. If you request a CD be mailed to you, there will be an additional $2.00 fee for proper shipping/handling.  If you wish, you can email the completed form to Cathryn Mallett

NOTE: WE DO NOT HANDLE BIRTH, DEATH OR MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES.

FOR MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES PLEASE CONTACT THE AUDITOR'S OFFICE 509-422-7240

FOR BIRTH AND DEATH CERTIFICATES PLEASE CONTACT THE PUBLIC HEALTH DEPT. 509-422-7140

The Superior Court case types are as follows:

  • Case type 1 - Criminal Felony Cases
  • Case type 2 - Civil Cases
  • Case type 3 - Domestic Cases
  • Case type 4 - Probate/ Guardianship cases
  • Case type 5 - Paternity/ Adoption Cases
  • Case type 6 - Mental Illness Cases
  • Case type 7 - Juvenile Dependency / Truancy Cases
  • Case type 8 - Juvenile Delinquency Cases
  • Case type 9 - Judgments- these are not hard files, they are judgment numbers used in and for other cases, in which monetary judgment is ordered