Bench Warrant Case Files (DA3-009): Records document misdemeanor cases where the defendant does not appear for trial and the court issues a bench warrant. The Law Enforcement Data System deletes this information after two years. Records include copy of bench warrant, criminal histories, case notes, copies of court documents, LEDS reports, and related records. Retention: Retain 3 years. (2002-0005/001)

DUII and Traffic Crime Case Files (DA3-015): Documents misdemeanor DUII and traffic crime cases, except for Domestic Violence Cases, tried and filed by the District Attorney. Includes default judgments. Records may contain, but are not limited to, face sheets, case log, criminal histories, police and investigative reports, copies of citations and evidence, plea petitions, plea agreements, bail documents, case notes, copies of court documents (order, motions, judgments), correspondence, and related records. Retention: Retain 4 years after closed. (MOAR 166-150-0095(2d))

Misdemeanor Case Files (DA3-006): Documents misdemeanor cases, except for Domestic Violence Cases, tried and filed by the District Attorney. Includes default judgments. Records may contain, but are not limited to, face sheets, case log, criminal histories, police and investigative reports, copies of citations and evidence, plea petitions, plea agreements, bail documents, case notes, copies of court documents (order, motions, judgments), correspondence, and related records. Retention: Retain 4 years after closed. (MOAR 166-150-0095(2d))

Non-Felony Investigation Records (DA3-007(a) and DA3-007(b)): Records document cases investigated, but not tried, by the District Attorney. Records may include, but are not limited to, police reports, criminal histories, work notes, laboratory reports, correspondence, and related records. Information may include suspect's name, victim's name, witnesses names, evidence and crime scene analyses, and similar information. Retention: (a) Support enforcement investigations: Retain 5 years; (b) All other investigations: Retain 3 years. (MOAR 166-150-0095(9))

Traffic Violation Case Files (DA3-008): Documents traffic violation cases tried or filed by the District Attorney. Records may include, but are not limited to, copies of uniform citations, case notes, court documents, bail/fine schedules and receipts, police and investigatory reports, correspondence, and related records. Retention: Retain 1 year after case closed. (MOAR 166-150-0095(2e))