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address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic
email to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

Pursuant to 119.12 (2), F.S., the custodian of public records is Hampton Peterson, 561.355.2996.

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Court Records

View Case Data & Document Images

eCaseView Civil, Criminal & Traffic Records Search

  • See detailed information about court cases filed in Palm Beach County.
  • View, save and print case document images from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

The Clerk & Comptroller is responsible for safeguarding and protecting the integrity of all Palm Beach County court records.

Civil, Criminal & Traffic Court Records Search

Search our free online database of civil, criminal and traffic court records in Palm Beach County.


Clerk Cart for Civil & Criminal Reports

Downloadable civil and criminal reports are available for purchase. Reports available in PDF or Microsoft Excel format include eviction, divorce and traffic crime reports.

With the launch of a new Clerk & Comptroller website coming soon, the development of new specialized reports in Clerk Cart has been suspended. Please take a moment to review the current list of Clerk Cart reports to see if the information you need is already available in an existing report. Existing reports may still be purchased on Clerk Cart.


Sealed Cases

Court orders and notices of hearings regarding the sealing of case files are posted here for the duration of time ordered by the court.


Attorney Registration for Online Access

Complete the attorney registration form to view document images for cases in which you appear as the attorney of record. This is a free 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.



Pretrial Release Register

Florida Statute 907.043, known as the Citizens’ Right-to-Know Act, requires the Clerk & Comptroller to make the Pretrial Release Register readily accessible to the public.


Other Resources

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