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Ho‘ohikiprovides access to State of Hawaiʻi-Judiciary Family Court *civil* case records from 1983-present. The information displayed is from official records, but does not comprise all information from court records available to the public. Confidential cases, sealed cases and sealed documents also are not available online. The Judiciary updates case information every evening. Generally, data is current to within 48 hours of the date a court document is filed or a court proceeding is heard.
eCourt Kōkuaprovides access to documents from traffic, District and Circuit Court criminal and civil, Family (Adult) Court *criminal*, tax court, land court,and appellate cases. There is a fee to purchase copies of documents.
The Hawai'i State Archives provides access to Hawaiʻi Judiciary Branch records ranging from 1839-1970. These Judiciary court records include: civil, criminal, marriages, divorce, equity, law, probate and wills. Please see the Description of Collections for other related materials housed in the collection.
~DISTRICT COURT TRAFFIC & CRIMINAL
—Continue or Advance Court Date
–Non-Residents Waive Presence for Plea
–To Set Aside Traffic Default Judgement
–To Recall Bench Warrant
–To Dismiss No Insurance or License for Proof
–Sample Insurance Affidavidt
-Change of PLEA Form
–For First D.U.I.|Penaties
–Excessive Speeding Penalties
-If in COMPLIANCE – Motion to Waive Appearance
–Verification Form – Community Service
-Request for Expungement
-Order Form for Transcripts & Recordings
-Traffic & Criminal Agencies Directory | Public Defender Application
~RESTRAINING ORDERS / TRO – District OR Family?
— in Family – Protective Order Petition & More Materials
— in District – Motion for Restraining Order & Instructions & More
~UNCONTESTED DIVORCE : Initial Materials | Defendant Forms | For Service by Mail
~FORMA PAUPERIS – Waiver of Court Motion Fees declaration
~DISTRICT COURT CIVIL : Summons | Complaint for Money
Foreclosure Mediation Request
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Hawaii Third Circuit Family Court
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Hawaii Third Circuit Family Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Hawaii County, Hawaii, and resources applicable to all courts in Hawaii.
Search court case records
Search Hawaii Circuit, District, and Family Court case records in the Ho`ohiki database by case ID; by name; or by circuit, case type, year, and case number. Search Hawaii District Court traffic cases in the eCourt Kokua database by name, license plate, VIN, case ID, or citation number.
The Hawaii Attorney General's Criminal Justice Data Center offers searches of criminal convictions by name, social security number, date of birth, and gender. Registration is required to search, and a fee is charged for a copy of a record.
Published opinions and orders
Forms and related information
View and download forms for use in all Hawaii courts, organized by circuit or specialty court and case type.
Self help, legal research, general information
View instructions and download an application for the expungement of Hawaii arrest records.
View information about alternative dispute resolution processes in Hawaii courts, including mediation, arbitration, and facilitation to help parties resolve disputes without going to court. Links to rosters of mediators and facilitators, procedural guides for small claims, divorce, and probate mediation, and community mediation center locations are also included.
The Hawaii Attorney General offers information related to child support, including answers to frequently asked questions, enforcement of child support orders, establishment of paternity, parent location services, and other related resources.
The Hawaii Courts provide information and resources for individuals representing themselves in legal proceedings. Self-help assistance is available for several case types, including divorce, juvenile, landlord-tenant, protection orders, small claims, and traffic. Contact information for Self-Help Centers, access to forms, and procedural guidelines are also included.
View information about the Hawaii State Law Library system, including locations, hours, an online catalog, available materials and services, document delivery, and additional online legal research resources.
Search the Hawaii Revised Statutes by keyword, or browse by table of contents or section number. Search and browse links are near the bottom of the left column.
The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii offers legal information and resources by topic, including family, juvenile and elder law, education, health, immigration, public benefits, consumer, tax, and civil rights. Search by subject or by an alphabetical directory of resources and service providers.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
The Hawaii State Bar Association offers information about making a complaint about an attorney and about fee dispute resolution services.
Search the Hawaii State Bar Association's membership directory by name. The lawyer's license status is included.
Search a directory of organizations that provide free and low-cost legal and social services by location and legal issue, or view the full directory in alphabetical order.
The Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center provides legal assistance to low-income immigrants in the areas of domestic violence and sexual assault, human trafficking, asylum, crime victims, family unification, child protection, citizenship, and deportation.
The Hawaii State Bar Association offers links to state and national lawyer referral services, and a free advice service by telephone.
The Office of the Public Defender provides free and low-cost representation to eligible clients for criminal defense, mental health and juvenile matters. Contact information for local offices is provided.
Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii offers free legal assistance to low-income residents in the areas of family law, civil rights, collections, consumer, contracts, employment, foreclosure, immigration, land deeds, tax, landlord-tenant, non-profit, benefits, property, social security, wills, and probate.
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Directions to the Court
In Hilo, the courthouse is located at:
777 Kilauea Avenue
Hilo, Hawai‘i 96720-4212
In Waimea, the district and family court is located at:
67-5187 Kamamalu Street
Kamuela, Hawai‘i 96743
In Kona, the family court is located at:
77-6399 Nalani Street
Kailua-Kona, Hawai‘i 96740
In Kona, the district court and division 4 Circuit Court is located at:
79-1020 Haukapila Street
Kealakekua, Hawai‘i 96750
In Kona, division 3 Circuit Court is located at:
81-940 Halekii Street
Kealakekua, Hawai‘i 96750
Criminal Justice System
The criminal justice system includes felonies, misdemeanors, petty misdemeanors and violations.
Different types of cases are handled differently within the court system. Violations, petty misdemeanors and most misdemeanors are handled in the District Courts. Felonies may begin in the District Courts, but after a preliminary hearing, are committed to the Circuit Courts. All jury trials are held before the Circuit Courts. Juvenile and certain offenses involving family members are heard before the Family Courts.
Criminal offenses are defined by state law in the Hawai’i Revised Statutes (HRS) or by county ordinance in the Hawai’i County Ordinances (HCO).
Some examples of the types of offenses prosecuted by the Prosecutor’s Office are described below:
A crime is a felony when a convicted person may be sentenced to a maximum term of imprisonment of more than 1 year. HRS 701-107(2). Felonies include murder, robbery, burglary, possession of dangerous drugs, sex offenses, assaults with serious or substantial injury, property damage of more than $1500 or arson more than $500, thefts and fraud of more than $300, theft of copper or agricultural products, unauthorized control of propelled vehicles, habitual operation of a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant (“OVUI”), and major weapons offenses.
A crime is a misdemeanor when a convicted person may be sentenced to a maximum term of imprisonment of not more than 1 year. HRS 701-107(3). Misdemeanors include assaults with minor injuries, property damage less than $1,500, resisting arrest, interfering with police officers, prostitution, and minor weapon offenses.
A crime is a petty misdemeanor when a convicted person may be sentenced to a maximum term of imprisonment not to exceed 30 days. HRS 701-107(4). Petty misdemeanors include mutual affray, disorderly conduct, harassment, trespass, OVUI and contempt of court.
A violation is an offense that is punishable by a fine and is not punishable by a term of imprisonment. HRS 701-107(5). Violations include minor traffic offenses.
Juvenile Criminal Matters
When a youth is taken into custody by the police, the youth may be released to his or her parents or guardians, or taken to the juvenile detention facility. The police report will be written and submitted to the Family Court.
The purposes of the Hawai’i family courts are to promote the reconciliation of distressed juveniles with their families, foster the rehabilitation of juveniles in difficulty, render appropriate punishment to offenders and reduce juvenile delinquency. HRS 571-1
All non-felony offenses are reviewed by the Family Court intake officer to determine whether or not informal adjustment is appropriate. Informal adjustment may include participation in restitution projects, community service projects, community based programs, educational programs, youth-initiated programs, outreach programs, examinations or testing, placement in a nonsecure or secure shelter. HRS 571-31.4.
For cases not informally adjusted, the Prosecutor’s Office reviews police reports and determines whether or not a formal action should be filed. If so, a petition is filed and the child has a right to counsel. The child’s parents, guardian or legal custodian may accompany the child and in most cases, the hearing is closed to the public. If a child is adjudicated to have committed an offense, the court may place the child on probation and impose conditions which may include custody in a youth correctional facility not to exceed one year and other conditions including treatment, community service and restitution. If the child is not placed on probation, the court may vest legal custody of the child in a Hawai’i youth correctional facility or other approved public or private institution. HRS 571-41, 571-48.
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