Miami-Dade County Clerk of the Courts. 73 W. Flagler Street Miami, Florida 33130. 305-275-1111
Staff from these agencies may be authorized to view records using remote access. For example, a city police department or county probation department may need to look at electronic records in criminal matters. You can see a list of state and local government agencies and the types of electronic records their staff may see using remote access.
View Court Calendars, Case Histories, Minute Entries for the following: Civil Court Cases; Criminal Court Cases; Family Court Cases; Probate Court Cases; Availability: Due to auditing that occurs up to 24 hours after information is added to the docket, some entry modifications may occur. (The system is unavailable Tuesday through Saturday from ...
If you have answered “Yes” to any of these questions, and have court business, please contact the following as applicable: If you are a juror, contact the Jury Division at (505) 455-8225; for other District Court matters contact the Court Clerk’s office at (505) 455-8268 or (505) 455-8200; if you are scheduled to appear in court before a judge contact the judge’s office directly.
Limited Civil case information may not be available between 7/29 and 7/31 due to a major system upgrade. The Los Angeles Superior Court declares that information provided by and obtained from this site, intended for use on a case-by-case basis and typically by parties of record and participants, does not constitute the official record of the court.
To find criminal court dockets turn to your county Superior Court Clerk and ask for a case search. Georgia FOIA Laws obligate the authorities to reveal public records upon demand. However, a fee may be required to get access to these records. Some Superior Court Clerks offer an online case search tool on their website.