Dillingham County Court Records Search

Dillingham County Court Caseload Data and Trends

Depending on the local authorities practices, and political and economic climates, court case tallies will vary from year to year in specific areas of Dillingham County, AK.

The Dillingham County court system consists of 2 court types. These courts include: District Court and Superior Court. In 2018, District Court recorded 760 filings, which indicates an increase of 8% from 701 in 2017. The court type with the fewest number of cases was Superior Court which had only 210 cases. Review the table below to compare the court types and statistical information for number of cases in the county.

Courts Type Number of filings in 2018
District Court760
Superior Court210

Most Popular Court Cases

You can tell a lot about an area by the types of legal issues that appear in county courts.

Dillingham County court records data dates back to 2012. Some may date back further, but they started formally recording them since 2012. There was a total of 970 cases filed in the county for the year 2018. The most popular type of court case is minor offense comprising 34% of the total filings. The next most popular types of court cases are misdemeanor and civil domestic violence cases. Check out the table below to review the filing information for a specific court case type in county.

There are various solutions to find for a Dillingham County court case using someone’s name, the court type, the courthouse or county name, and other information.

Cases Type Number of filings in 2018
Minor Offense328
Civil Domestic Violence89
Domestic Relations25
Civil Small Claims16

Juvenile Delinquency in Dillingham, AK

Unfortunately, in many areas of the Dillingham County, juvenile delinquency offenses are on the rise. There are many reasons for the inflation in youth offenders. The juvenile sentence in Alaska often depends on the severity of the crime, the number of charges, and other family matters.

In 2017, a total of 39 juvenile cases were reported for every 100,000 people age 10 to adulthood in the jurisdiction of Dillingham County. Of that total, 100% of those proceedings were delinquencies which equaled 39 court cases. Another 0% were dependency cases that accounted for 0 of the juvenile cases.

A lot of counties, including, Dillingham County, are focusing on family counseling and relationships rather than punishment for juvenile crimes. Future Dillingham County juvenile delinquency tallies will show whether or not this approach is working.

Juvenile Cases Number of cases