You can search the public court records by taking the "Case Search" link from the home page of the Clay County Website, this will take you to the Clay County Clerk of Courts Records Inquiry system. You can search either Criminal Case Records or Civil, Family and Probate records by clicking on the appropriate link on that page.
Once you are on the records search page, change the "Search By" method from Case to Defendant (Criminal cases) or Party (Other cases), enter the person's last and first name in the fields, and optionally the middle name, then click on the "Search" button. In the list of case records, you can click on the case number link to see the details of that case.
Not all cases may be listed; some cases involving juveniles (Dependency adn Guardianship cases) are not shown; if you want information on those cases you will need to contact the court, and show that you are one of the parties involved in that case. Under Florida Law, all records processed in such cases are confidential and can only be seen by aparent and/or child with proper picture identification. Court appointed and private attorneys also have access to the court files only if they have filed their notice of appearance in the particular case.
If you have received a traffic ticket you have several options to deal with it:
The MyFloridaCounty.Com site has answers to many questions regarding paying traffic tickets, traffic school and related matters. Whichever way you choose to pay, the process involves several steps:
In order to get married you will need a marriage license, which you can obtain in person at the courthouse, or apply on line. The marriage license page on this site has information about the requirements for obtaining a marriage license, links to reference material and forms.
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Copies of birth certificates in Florida are provided by Florida Department of Health. Instructions for applying for a certificate, including who can apply and the fees involved are on the Department of Health's web site. There are also application forms that you can fill out, print and mail in.
Records of marriages that took place in Florida from June 6, 1927 are available from the Florida Department of Health, and information about applying for a copy of the certificate, and the application forms are on the Department of Health's website.
Copies of divorces in Florida since June 6, 1927 are held by the Florida Department of Health. Information about obtaining copies and the fees involved are on the Department of Health website.