New Case Search System
Try out our new case search system at inquiry.clayclerk.com. The old Subscriber site will be
phased out over the next few weeks.
Disclaimer: These case search options are provided to you free of charge, “as is.” The Clay County Clerk of the Circuit Court uses its best efforts to maintain the case search function but makes no guarantees concerning the information contained in the case search, including the accuracy, currency, or content of such information and is not responsible for the results of any defects or misinformation that may be found to exist in the case search, or any lost profits or other consequential damages that may result from such defects or misinformation. You should not assume the case searches are free of errors, will yield the results you are looking for, or that they will be suitable for the particular purpose that you have in mind when using them. By entering into either case search link below, you are expressly indicating your understanding of this disclaimer and accepting the terms of this disclaimer.
If you wish to sign up for our Court Records system, go to https://inquiry.clayclerk.com/, click on "Login" then on "Create a New Account" and fill in the form to set up an account. You do not need to set up an account to search the records; you may search anonymously if you choose.
NOTICE: FLORIDA SUPREME COURT ALLOWS COUNTY CLERKS TO POST RECORDS ONLINE
The Florida Supreme Court released Administrative Order SC 14-19 lifting the moratorium that previously prohibited Clerks from providing access to electronic court documents to the public via the Internet. The Clerk’s Office has submitted an application to the Florida Supreme Court’s designated commission and is awaiting approval to implement public access to court documents via the Internet. The Clerk’s Office is making changes to its case management system to comply with the requirements of SC14-19 and will be ensuring that public access works properly before opening public access.
The Clerk’s Office supports open access to court records. However, in order to protect the confidential nature of some court records, the Clerk’s Office must carefully review the requirements of SC14-19 and move cautiously to comply with the SC14-19 requirements. Thus, until the Clerk’s Office is confident that it is able to meet the requirements of SC14-19 , the public will continue to have access to dockets but will need to go to the Clerk’s Office to view court records.