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Governor Learned Today Federal Government Placed Unaccompanied Alien Children in Maine
Governor LePage Urges Mainers to Ask Congress to Fix the Government Takeover of Health Care
Department of Labor Offering Recordkeeping Class for Employers in Westbrook on August 14
Department of Labor Offering Classes for Employers in Bangor on July 31
Although many individuals understand that the Maine court records are an excellent reference source for legal content, it is also a great collection of data pertaining to social history, and economic information. For example, in the court records of Maine which are held by the Circuit Court of Common Pleas you will find a great deal of information regarding the daily circumstances, lives, and concerns of regular citizens.
In regards to economic data, there is a vast amount of facts and figures associated with salaries, wages, and other financial information which is kept in the Maine court records. When examining the court records of Maine and studying case files from a particular period of time you will be able to gain important insight into the lives of the residents of Maine.
The state archives maintain the court records of Maine going back to the year 1636. The three types of court records that are kept are case files, records, and dockets.
Maine Court Records
6 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333