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Civil, Criminal & Traffic Court Records Search

NEW: Civil records have joined criminal and traffic cases in the ShowCase web search.
Civil attorneys and justice partners can register for a demonstration of the new Civil case maintenance system.

Please note: The ShowCase court records search is compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari web browsers. The Microsoft Silverlight plugin must be installed. ShowCase is not supported in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge web browsers or on Apple iPhones or iPads at this time.

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Need help? See the ShowCase User Guide and ShowCase Demo for assistance.

Attorneys, Traffic Schools and Other Authorized Users

my Documents-buttonTo use this system, attorneys must complete an application form. There is no cost to register or use this service.

Applications must be notarized if submitted via email, fax or U.S. mail. If submitting an application in person, a deputy clerk will validate it by checking ID.

Due to the launch of the new civil system, we are currently receiving a high volume of registration requests from attorneys. We are processing those requests in the order they are received, and we appreciate your patience.

Users of Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge web browsers:
The latest versions of Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge do not support the Microsoft Silverlight plugin, which is required to use our ShowCase Court Records Search. To search criminal and traffic records, please use another web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari.

We understand that some customers have faced challenges using the new ShowCase web portal built in Silverlight. Because of budget cuts and resource limitations, the ShowCase project had to be completed in multiple phases, with the web portal component upgrade being the last phase. Now that we have successfully launched both criminal and civil cases together in ShowCase, we are focusing our resources on bringing the web portal into the latest technology by mid-summer 2016. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you and appreciate your patience as we move forward with our new solution later this year.

Coming Soon: Online Viewing of Court Case Documents
Pursuant to Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order AOSC14-19, the Clerk's office has begun pilot testing of a new system called eCaseview that will allow the public to view and print case documents remotely through our website. Once we successfully complete the required pilot program and the Supreme Court approves our system, eCaseView will become available to the public. Look for more information later in 2016.