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Orange County Court Records

The Rules of Judicial Administration 2.420 defines Florida court records as contents of the court file, including the progress docket, transcripts, electronic records, documentary exhibits, videotapes, and stenographic tapes of court proceedings. The Clerk of Courts is the official custodian of court records in Orange County. These records are vital in ensuring the fairness of judicial proceedings. Specifically, case parties find court records helpful in understanding their case and determining its status. Employers can request court records to understand a potential employee’s criminal history. Attorneys and judges may request court records as part of evidence in a case. The available methods of accessing court records in Orange County are online, by mail, or in person. Requesters should expect to view the following information during court record searches:

  • Case header (case type, date filed, location, UCN, judge, status, citation number, and compliance date)
  • Parties (name, date of birth, type, and attorney’s name and phone number)
  • Charge details (offense date, charge, plea, arrest, disposition, and sentence)
  • Docket events (date, description, page, and doc)
  • Hearings (date, hearing, time, location, pages, and doc)
  • Financial (date, description, payer, amount, and balance due)
  • Bonds (description, status date, bond status, image, and amount)
  • Warrants (number, statute description, issue date, service date, recall date, expiration date, and warrant type)

Are Court Records Public in Orange County?

Yes. Per Florida Public Records Law, anyone can inspect or obtain copies of Orange County Public Records. Therefore, court records are accessible to the public during business hours. However, Florida Court Rules exclude certain court records and information from public disclosure. Per Florida Rules of Judicial Administration 2.420, the following court records are confidential:

  • Clinical records
  • Adoption records
  • Grand jury records
  • Drug court reports
  • Investigation reports
  • Dependency records
  • Birth and death records
  • Juvenile delinquency records
  • Gestational surrogacy records
  • Estate inventories and accountings
  • Pregnancy termination by a minor
  • Sexually transmissible disease records
  • HIV test results and the identity of the test taker
  • Memoranda or advisory opinions relating to court administration
  • Social Security Numbers, bank accounts, charge, debit & credit card numbers
  • Complaints alleging misconduct against judges until probable cause is established.
  • All information, excluding names and qualifications, provided by unpaid volunteers assisting the court
  • All information gathered to create periodic evaluations implemented solely to assist judges in improving their performance and the generated results.
  • All writing materials like trial and appellate court memoranda, court conference records, notes, and drafts of opinions and orders prepared by judges or authorized court staff.
  • Copies of arrest and search warrants and supporting affidavits are required until the warrant is executed or the determination is made that the warrant cannot be executed.

Orange County Court Records Search

Individuals can conduct a court record search online, by mail, or in person at the Clerk of Courts’s Office. Online requests can be made through the MyeClerk portal. The search criteria are name, case number, citation number, or date range. Court records unavailable on the MyeClerk website can be requested online, by mail, or in person.

Orange County Court Records Search by Name

The Clerk of Courts offers a name-based search for court records in Orange County. Searches can be performed online, by mail, or in person at the courthouse. A first and last name must be provided to conduct the search.

Orange County Courts

The Orange County court system is divided into Circuit Court and County Court. Orange County is part of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court. Below are the addresses of all courts in Orange County:

Orange County Courthouse

425 N. Orange Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 836-2000

Apopka Branch

1111 N. Rock Springs Rd.
Apopka, Florida 32712
Phone: (407) 836-2007

Ocoee Branch

475 Story Rd.
Ocoee, FL 34761
Phone: (407) 836-2007

Winter Park Branch

450 N. Lakemont Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone: (407) 836-2007

Orange County Superior Court Case Search

The Superior Court in Orange County is the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court. The Orange County Circuit Court is a general jurisdiction court that handles all criminal felonies, family, probate, and civil (exceeding $50,000) cases. Record seekers can conduct Circuit Court case searches online, by mail, or in person at the Clerk of Court’s Office. Regardless of the search option, a name or case number is required to facilitate the search.

Orange County District Court Records

The District Court in Orange County is the County Court. The Orange County Court is a limited jurisdiction court that handles all traffic and misdemeanor criminal, small claims, civil (not exceeding $50,000), and most landlord/tenant cases. Records maintained by the Orange County Court are available online, by mail, or in person at the courthouse.

Orange County Criminal Records

Criminal records are public records in Orange County and are disseminated according to Florida Law. This authorizes record seekers to request criminal records from any law enforcement agency in Orange County. Individuals can retrieve criminal records from:

Orange County Sheriff's Office

P.O. Box 1440
Orlando, FL. 32802-1440
Phone: (407) 254-7280

  • City Police Departments: Individuals can get criminal records from the police department in their city. For example, the Orlando Police Department disseminates criminal records by mail and in person for a fee of $10. A name, birth date, social security number, and the reason for the request will be required to process the request.
  • Orange County Corrections: Requesters might want to start their criminal records search by retrieving a person’s arrest and jail information. Orange County arrest records are in the possession of the Corrections Department and are available in the Current Inmate Database.

Statewide criminal records can be obtained through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Division of Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS). Requests can be made through the instantcertified/non-certified, or ORI search. Each search costs $25 (including a $1.00 credit card processing fee).

Orange County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Individuals can find Orange County criminal records at the following courts:

  • The Criminal Circuit Court: This is a trial court of general jurisdiction. The criminal circuit court handles all criminal felonies and appeals from the County Courts.
  • The Criminal County Court: This is a trial court of limited jurisdiction. The Criminal County Court handles criminal traffic and misdemeanor criminal cases.

Record seekers can review or print non-certified copies of criminal case records for free on the Orange County Clerk of Court’s Online portal. Enter search criteria in the boxes provided on the webpage. Under the case type section, select any or all of the criminal case types like Criminal Felony (CF), Criminal Traffic (CT), Criminal BC cases, or Misdemeanor (MM).

Other ways of conducting criminal court case lookups in Orange County are by mail or in person. Mail-in requests must contain information like case number, case party name and date of birth, court document requested, and years to search. The Clerk’s Office will contact the applicant about the request within 10 business days. In-person requests should be made at:

Orange County Clerk of Courts
425 N. Orange Ave.
Suite 150
Orlando, FL 32801

Get Orange County Civil Court Records

The Orange County Civil Circuit Court has general jurisdiction over cases whose controversy exceeds $50,000 and appeals from the County Courts. In contrast, the Civil County Court has limited jurisdiction over cases whose controversy does not exceed $50,000, small claims, and most landlord/tenant actions.

The Orange County Clerk of Court provides access to civil court records online through the MyeClerk portal and Online Form. Only non-certified copies can be printed online. Certified copies can be retrieved by mail or in person at the Clerk’s Office. Requesters can also go to room 150 at the main courthouse to view civil court records online.

Orange County Family Court Records

The Orange County Circuit Court Family Division hears family cases involving dissolution of marriage, adoption, name changes, paternity, child support, and injunctions for domestic and repeat violence. Most family court records are deemed confidential in Orange County. Authorized individuals can access family court records:

  • Online: Public users cannot access family records through the Clerk of Court’s MyeClerk portal because they are confidential. However, case parties, attorneys, and agency employees can register for a MyeClerk account to obtain access to confidential family records. They must complete an affidavit that must be notarized and returned to the Clerk’s Office by mail or in person. Once the Office receives the affidavit and verifies the applicant’s relationship to the case, a confirmation email will be sent to the registered email address. This will help the authorized user log in to the portal for increased access. Additionally, authorized individuals can complete the Online Form on the Clerk’s website to obtain copies of family court records. Using the Online Form attracts a fee payable by credit and debit. Note that online payments attract a $1.50 credit card processing fee.
  • By mail: Certifed copies can be retrieved by mailing the case information to the Clerk’s Office. This would help the record staff process the request. Copies of family court records cost $1 per page, $2 per document for certified copies, and $2 for research fees. Payments can be made by personal checks, money orders, or cashier’s checks.
  • In-person: Requests can be made in Room 150 of the courthouse. All in-person visits should be during business hours (Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.). Requesters must come with the appropriate fees payable by cash, credit and debit cards, personal checks, money orders, or cashier’s checks. A $3.50 surcharge applies for credit and debit card transactions.

Orange Dissolution of Marriage Records

In Orange County, dissolution of marriage refers to divorce and annulment. Record seekers can access the dissolution of marriage records online, by mail, or in person at the Orange County Clerk of Courts. Online requesters follow the following steps:

  • Go to the Orange County Clerk of Courts’ homepage.
  • Scroll down a bit and click the “MyeClerk Court Record Search” link.
  • Go to the “Court Record Search” area and click the “Search All” button.
  • Conduct a search by name, case number, or date range.
  • Before initiating the search, go to the case type area and select dissolution of marriage.

Orange County Marriage and Divorce Records

Orange County residents can obtain certified copies of a marriage license and divorce records from the Clerk of Courts. Requests can be made online, by mail, or in person. The Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics issues statewide marriage and divorce certificates to members of the public. These certificates can be retrieved online, by mail, or in person. Online requests can be made through an approved third-party vendor. Mail requesters must complete a Marriage or Divorce Application Form and send it to the Bureau. A $5 fee must be included in the package. Additional certified copies of marriage and divorce records cost $4 per copy. Walk-in requesters can visit the Bureau from Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. They must come with the required fees payable by cash, check, money order, Visa, and Mastercard. The bureau is located at:

Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 210
1217 N Pearl Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Orange County Birth and Death Records

Orange County birth certificates become public after 125 years, and death records that include cause of death information are confidential until after 50 years. However, a death record that excludes the cause of death is open to anyone who is 18 years and above. Confidential birth and death records are only open to the record holder (age 18), the decedent’s spouse, parents, legal guardians, legal representatives, child, grandchild, sibling, a person interested in the estate, or court order. Copies of birth and death certificates can be obtained at the Orange County Health Department:

  • Online: The Department partners with a third-party vendor to provide copies of birth and death certificates online. The vendor charges $24 and an extra $4 for additional certificates.
  • By mail: Requesters can use the Birth or Death application form to make thier requests by mail. Birth records cost $15 per certified copy and $8 for each additional copy. Death records cost $10 for a certified copy and $5 for each additional copy. The mail package must include a copy of the valid photo identification.
  • In-person: Walk-in same-day service is available at the department. In-person requesters must come with a valid ID, such as a State Driver's license, ID card, Passport, or Military ID. The office is located at:

Orange County Vital Statistics Department
807 West Church Street, Bldg. #2
Orlando, FL 32805
Phone: (407) 858-1460

Orange County Probate Court Records

The Orange County Circuit Court Probate Division has general jurisdiction over probate cases like settlement of estates, wills, guardianship, involuntary hospitalization, and competency determination. Probate court records can be accessed online, by mail, or in person at the Clerk’s Records Management Division. Individuals requesting probate court information through the MyeClerk website should select the appropriate case type for specific search results.

Orange County Property Records

Individuals can obtain property records from several custodians in Orange County. Each record custodian provides unique property information via unique methods. Typically, requesters should be able to obtain property records from the following custodians:

  • The Orange County Comptroller: This custodian issues certified copies of property records online and in person. Requesters can use the Official Record Search portal to find property records online. In-person requests can be made Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 4 pm:

Orange County Comptroller
109 East Church Street
Suite 300
Orlando, FL 32802
Phone: (407) 836-5115
Email: ORWebsite@occompt.com

  • Orange County Property Appraiser: Individuals can use the Appraiser’s Property Search tool to find property records. The search criteria are by property address, owner name, parcel ID, property name, book and page number, subdivision name, or instrument number. The Office also provides a Map Search option. Alternatively, requesters can obtain copies of property records in person at the Appraiser’s Office at:

Orange County Property Appraiser

200 S. Orange Avenue
Suite 1700
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 836-5044
Email: deedsandresearchext@ocpafl.org

Orange County Court Records Online

Record seekers can use third-party platforms like courtrecords.us to access court records in Orange County. This service offers court records from different jurisdictions in Florida. Most third-party sites provide basic court information for free to members of the public. However, a fee must be paid for extensive searches. A 7-Day Unlimited Search Access costs between $2.95 and $4.95, while a monthly subscription costs between $19.95 and $24.95. It is recommended that information retrieved from third-party sites be verified with government sources to ensure credibility and reliability.

  • Criminal Records
  • Arrests Records
  • Warrants
  • Driving Violations
  • Inmate Records
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Federal Dockets
  • Probate Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Death Records
  • Property Records
  • Asset Records
  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • And More!