The Public Portal is a web-based platform that offers court users and members of the general public customized role-based access to court records, hearing calendars and other data. The Portal also provides a convenient way to pay court fines online from anywhere on any compatible device.
Anonymous public users may access limited types of case and hearing information. No registration is required for this level of access.
Attorneys, self-represented litigants and others who are entitled to elevated access to particular cases in which they are involved must register as Portal users and submit a request for that access. This is a one time process for each Portal user which provides ongoing elevated access for all subsequent cases in which the person is involved. Detailed instructions are contained in the User Guides:
WATCH: Access to Case Data, Documents and other Records on the Vermont Judiciary Public Portal
Request Elevated Access to the Public Portal (Non-Attorneys)
For case parties to get elevated access to their case(s) through the Public Portal, the email address used for their Public Portal registration must match an email address on file for them in the court’s case management system. If you have included your email address in your complaint, petition, notice of appearance or other documents filed with the court, then it should already be on file. Case parties whose email address is not currently on file with the court may submit an E-services form through this link to have their email address added to their party record in Odyssey.
E-services Request Form For Case Party
Please note that this form is only for case parties (not attorneys, GALs, agency personnel or members of the public) and is only for adding or updating your email address. Case parties must also register on the Public Portal and submit an Elevated Access request through the “Request Access” menu on the Public Portal, as explained in the User Guide linked above on this page.
For questions about the Public Portal, you may contact the Vermont Judiciary Helpdesk at Jud.email@example.com with "Public Portal" in the subject line.
Access the Public Portal
The Public Portal may be accessed by clicking the link below:
Public Portal Feedback
If you would like to provide feedback about the Public Portal, please fill out the form at the link below.