iCourt Portal Overview

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As part of Idaho’s transition to a modernized judicial system, the iCourt Portal was launched in Twin Falls County on June 22, 2015. This new application replaces the Data Repository, providing public access to court records and payments. The new court system will continue to be rolled out to the rest of the state in phases over the course of several years. Below is a schedule of the statewide deployment:

1. Twin Falls County - June 22, 2015

2. Ada County - August 8, 2016

3. Wave 1 - October 10, 2017

    • Blaine
    • Boise
    • Camas
    • Canyon
    • Cassia
    • Elmore
    • Gooding
    • Jerome
    • Lincoln
    • Minidoka
    • Owyhee
    • Valley

4. Wave 2 - April 9, 2018

    • Adams
    • Benewah
    • Bonner
    • Boundary
    • Clearwater
    • Gem
    • Idaho
    • Kootenai
    • Latah
    • Lewis
    • New Perce
    • Payette
    • Shoshone
    • Washington

5. Wave 3 - October 9, 2018

    • Bannock
    • Bear Lake
    • Bingham
    • Bonneville
    • Butte
    • Caribou
    • Clark
    • Custer
    • Franklin
    • Fremont
    • Jefferson
    • Lemhi
    • Madison
    • Oneida
    • Power
    • Teton


As each county transitions away from the old system (ISTARS/Data Repository) to this new system, if you need to conduct a search across all counties, you must search both systems until the entire state has moved to iCourt Portal.


As a public user, do I need to register for access? 

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.


Where can I learn more about conducting a public record search? 

Click here for a full list of public record search FAQs.


What do I need to know about extended access? 

Extended access is provided to federal, state, and local officials, or their agents, in the exercise of their official duties, as governed by Idaho Court Administrative Rule 32 and the Idaho Supreme Court Extended Access Order. For additional FAQs, click here.


What is the process for applying for extended access? 

Applying for extended access to the iCourt Portal is a two-step process, requiring self-registration for an account and making a request for greater access, which must be approved by both the Idaho Supreme Court and agency leadership or their designated agents. To learn more, click here