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About Florida Court Records

Florida’s citizens are notorious for making news regarding outlandish lawsuits, criminal behavior, and run-ins with the law. But did you know that every time an individual goes to court in Florida, a detailed court record is produced? Whether you want to know more about a friend or colleague’s bankruptcy, your ex-wife’s child support agreement, or even find out about a loved one’s messy divorce, a court record search is the best place to start. All over Florida, from Orlando to Tallahassee to Miami, courts are working overtime to process the thousands of cases Floridians are involved in each day. From the smallest civil trial in Pensacola to a multi-million dollar lawsuit at the Federal Building in Fort Myers, every court in Florida keeps accurate records which are available online.

Forget driving all the way to the Gainesville courthouse to search through paperwork regarding your own court appearance. A simple Florida court record search will tell you everything you need to know about your own searchable court history, whether you now live in Ocala, Panama City, or all the way in California. Florida has more than its fair share of violent crime, property crime, and medical lawsuits, the details of which are made public. Whether you want to research a court case you saw on the news or you’d like information on someone you know, what you need is likely included in the Florida court record database. Bankruptcies, criminal arrests, and even civil rulings are all included in an up-to-date Florida court record. What do you want to know about your Florida neighbors?

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