Court records are the official report of the proceedings and judgment in a court, which are then maintained by the Clerk's Office. These include criminal and civil court cases, traffic citations, probate, municipal infractions, and more.
In accordance with AOSC 15-18, a user’s viewing capabilities are governed by the role of the user wanting to see the court record, the type of case involved, the nature of the court record, and the nature of the information contained in the court record. What may and may not be viewed by users is specifically set by parameters approved by the Florida Supreme Court. The varying access levels are prescribed in the Security Matrix within the Supreme Court order.
The public is able to view non-confidential court records via the internet in all non-confidential case types with the exception of cases governed by the Florida Rules of Family Law or the Florida Probate Rules.
Under the state parameters, those who register with the Clerk's Office will have the enhanced capability of viewing non-confidential records in cases governed by the Florida Rules of Family Law or the Florida Probate Rules.
For comprehensive information of viewing capabilities, please see the Security Matrix.
If you wish to search or view court records online, the CORE website will allow you to do so, with access levels based on the administrative orders of the Florida Supreme Court.
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Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.