One of the most important duties of the government would be the keeping of records as these records are the best evidence that one could present in order to prove something. Public records like Louisiana Public Court Records are made and kept by the government so that the members of the public could make the request for them and such members of the public could use them in order to prove that which is written on the records. Most of the records that would be requested from the government would have something to do with events that would have effects that would be binding upon the world, though there would also be requests for copies of records that would only have limited effects and even for some records that would only be requested for the information written on them and nothing else.
Public records are supposed to be available to the general public, thus, a valid request for copies of the records could be made by any person, and the fact that a person has no legitimate interest in the records being requested is not a reason for the custodian of the records in question to refuse either access or copies of the records, unless, the records in question could be validly withheld for a reason identified by the law. This does not mean that these records come for free, as while a valid reason for making the request for copies of the records is not necessary, a required fee must first be paid before these records could be issued to the person that had made the request.
Public records are also official records, and this means that they are afforded the presumption of regularity such that the contents of the records are presumed to be true and accurate at all times such that there is no need for the person presenting the records to prove that the contents of the records are true and accurate, though do note that the presumption applies only if the records were obtained from the proper sources and only if the party who would claim that the records in question are false would not be able to prove such allegation through the use of competent evidence.
A request for copies of the records in question would usually be done at the office that had made the record in the first place, though one must take into consideration the fact that there are some records that could only be requested from certain places as those places are the official custodian of the records in question. The required method for making the request would depend on the office where the request would be made, but in general, the procedure would either be to make the request in person or through the mail. Note that there are also some offices where both methods could be used.
Louisiana Court Records Public Access could also be made online through the use of online databases that could present information that would be roughly the same as that which could be found from the official databases, though do note that because these sources are not official sources, they could not enjoy the presumption of regularity.