Doxpop is a site that provides public access to court information without having to physically go to the courthouse. Any person may use the service, but it is particularly useful to professionals who interact with the courts regularly or depend upon the courts for information vital to their business. The Doxpop API provides for programmatic access to court records, as well as allowing people to automate their access to the same court records. The API uses REST calls and can return XML or JSON.
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