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A minute entry is effectively an order that the judge does not bother to print out and sign. It has essentially the same effect as an order. Whatever it says is what the order is.What is a Minute Order in court?
A minute order is often the court's answer to a party's request. A minute order comes about when a trial judge sits officially, with or without a court reporter, and a clerk keeps minutes of the court session. In those sessions the only record of an oral order made by the judge may be in the minutes.Where can I find Arizona Superior Court criminal case minute entries?
The Arizona Judicial Branch is pleased to offer online access to Superior Court criminal case minute entries in participating superior courts. Please note, only Superior Court criminalcase minute entries entries recorded in the court's document management system on or after January 1, 2010 will be available.Are Family Court minutes available on the Court website?
Effective April 1, 2017, family court minute entries are no longer available through this website. For access to public records, return to the Clerk's main web page for office locations and how to get copies (for the general public) or information on the ECR Online (for parties and their attorneys).