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A "child who has been found to have committed a delinquent act" means a child who, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 985, Florida Statutes, is found by a court to have committed a violation of the law or to be in direct or indirect contempt of court.
It is the Juveniles'/Parents' responsibility to keep the Clerk's Office informed of their correct address.
Please call 772-223-7914 for further information.
Restitution payments are made through the Juvenile Division located in the Clerk of Circuit court. A check is then forwarded to the victim. A $3.50 Clerk fee is charged for each restitution payment. The court fees are also collected by the Juvenile Division. Payments are accepted through the mail or in person. Checks or money orders should have your name and complete case number. Payments may also be made over the telephone using a major credit card. The credit card company will charge a service fee.
In order to reschedule your court date, you must contact your attorney. The Clerk's Office is not authorized to reschedule your court date.
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