Extended Access FAQs
If you are a member of the general public or media, you do not need to register on the Portal. Registration is only required for users who are requested “extended access” which is provided to federal, state, and local officials, or their agents, in the exercise of their official duties.
Once you have read ICAR 32 and conclude a need for access, you will need to register at mycourts.idaho.gov. More information about the complete registration process can be found here.
> Please note, we cannot determine eligibility via phone or direct email inquiries, you must complete the necessary online steps and we will provide a written response once your request has been processed.
If you currently have an active Repository account, you do not need to do anything further. If you need to also establish an iCourt Portal account, the complete registration instructions can be found here. Once your request has been processed, you will be notified of approval or denial via email.
The Idaho Supreme Court may authorize ‘extended access’ to confidential court records for federal, state, and local officials, or their agents, in the exercise of their official duties and powers as deemed appropriate. Access to confidential court records is governed by Idaho Court Administrative Rule 32. Please read the full text of the rule to determine whether or not you qualify for access to confidential court records. The current levels of extended access and approved agencies can be found in the Idaho Supreme Court Extended Access Order.