Court Records Search
Our Online Court Records System can be accessed through an online portal compliant with Florida Supreme Court Administrative Orders AOSC14-19, AOSC15-18, AOSC16-14, AOSC19-20, AOSC20-108 and AOSC21-45.
All Users may access this portal. Please read the following information and acknowledge and proceed to view online records.
Standards for Access to Electronic Court Records
The Florida Supreme Court established specific guidelines and authorized the Martin County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller to provide the public with electronic viewing of court records, indexes and dockets, as well as non-confidential document images through a pilot project as authorized by Florida Supreme Court Administrative Orders AOSC14-19, AOSC15-18 and AOSC16-14. As of July 1, 2015, anonymous electronic viewing of court records, indexes and dockets, as well as non-confidential document images is authorized through this website. In April 2019, AOSC19-20 was issued, adopting revisions to the standards and matrix. On September 3, 2021, the Court issued AOSC21-45, adopting the most recent amendments to the Standards for Access to Electronic Records and Access Security Matrix.
Florida law restricts access to some cases, documents, and information based on the record and the user. For example, Florida law prohibits public access to juvenile records.
Other documents may contain information that has been deemed confidential and may not be readily accessible online. You may request to view these images; however, they will not be made available until after they have been reviewed and any necessary redaction of confidential information has been completed. Review and redaction will be completed during normal business hours within a reasonable timeframe. Requestors who provide an email address will be contacted via email when the image is available to view. Anonymous requests for document images that are eligible for online viewing will be granted, if permissible, although the requested image may only be available for viewing for 30 days after the initial request.
Information presented on this system should be independently verified. The information is provided as a public service and not as an official court record. Attorneys and pro-se parties have increased access to their cases of record through the e-filing portal.
Attorneys and individuals desiring access to this system to view records as a Registered User should complete and email the Registration Agreement (PDF) to the Clerk's Office. Note: Notarization is not required for User Role type Registered User. Please email all completed Registration Agreements to the Subscriptions email address.
After your Agreement has been processed, access credentials will be provided to you. Please email Subscriptions with any questions regarding access to view online records.
For more information regarding access to electronic court records, please see Supreme Court of Florida Number AOSC20-108.