- It says to enter a “Record #” in the search field?
® Record # is the same as Case #
® Try utilizing the “Wild Card” search feature by typing your last name, first initial followed by an asterisk “*” (i.e. – John Smith = Smith, J*)
- How can I search for a specific case type?
® Advanced search, choose case type
® In the Smart Search box under the Search Criteria field click on Advanced Filtering Options. Scroll down to the Search Cases box, click on the down arrow in Filter by Case Type field, and select the desired Case Type.
- I have tried searching and can’t find what I am looking for.
® Odyssey is very literal. It will search for exactly what you type in. Try using the wild card function (*) when performing your search.
® Businesses that were converted over from the previous system had to have “NFN” entered under the first name field. If searching for a business, try typing in a minimum of 3 characters and an * for a broader search.
- Case is not showing in Odyssey, but it is showing in SCOMIS or JIS
® Try searching with less specific criteria and use the wild card function.
- How can I search for a specific attorney’s cases?
® Advanced Search, using attorney bar number
® In the Smart Search box under the Search Criteria field click on Advanced Filtering Options. Scroll down to the General Filtering Options box, click on the down arrow in Filter by Search Type – Smart Search field, and select Attorney Bar Number.
® From the Details screen/page of your search click on the Print button. A box will appear directing you to “Please select the sections that you would like to print” with all the boxes check. Simply uncheck any sections you don’t desire and click the Print button.
- Can I print a list of cases coming up in my search?
® From the Search Results screen/page click on the Print button in the upper right hand corner above your search results.
- If I am an attorney of record and have filed a Notice of Appearance, will I be able to see my confidential case types?
® Yes, if you are unable to see your confidential case types and/or documents please contact SCLSUBSCRIPTIONS@SNOCO.ORG
- Can I view my confidential case type?
® At this time, Pro Se litigants cannot view their confidential case information via the Odyssey Portal. Attorneys of Record who have filed a Notice of Appearance and are subscribers to the Portal can view confidential case types/documents. Otherwise, if you are a party of record, you will need to come into our office and provide appropriate ID to view your confidential case.