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St. Lucie County Court Records

St. Lucie County court records are official documents containing information about cases heard within the county's court system. These records chronicle every aspect of a case—from initial filings and motions to final judgments, including transcripts, exhibits, subpoenas, and electronic recordings of proceedings (per Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.430(a)).

In St. Lucie County, Florida, court records are maintained for the sake of judicial transparency, to facilitate appeals and reviews, and properly manage record retention and disposal. With these documents, members of the public can gain insight into case litigants, case details, and a documented account of all actions taken throughout the life of a case.

Are Court Records Public in St. Lucie County?

Yes. St. Lucie County court records are public records per the Florida Sunshine Law (Fla. Stat.§ 119.011). This law states that records created, generated, or maintained by public officials while carrying out their public duties, including court records (Fla. Stat. § 119.0714), are public records. As such, members of the public have a statutory right to access or obtain copies of case files adjudicated in the St. Lucie County courts.

However, certain records or portions of records may be exempted or restricted from public access due to statutory provisions. For example, per Fla. Stat. § 119.0714.2a, case files containing information that the parties have petitioned the court to redact may be restricted or exempt from public disclosure. Other examples of records that may be exempted or restricted include:

  • Files containing information about minors, such as delinquency case records
  • Files containing sensitive personal information like social security numbers, bank account numbers, and victim information in certain crimes
  • Files with information about confidential informants in criminal cases
  • Confessions obtained from juveniles
  • Files related to domestic violence victims
  • Any record with sensitive information whose disclosure could compromise the privacy and safety of an individual.

St. Lucie County Court Records Search

Interested parties can access St. Lucie County court records through the following options:

  • Online search on the Clerk of Court's public database
  • In-person search at the Clerk of Court's office
  • Email requests to the Clerk's office
  • Online search on third-party databases.

St. Lucie County Court Records Search by Name

Individuals can look up or obtain St. Lucie County court records using the names of parties or litigants. However, the searcher must know the name(s) involved in the case file of interest. Generally, a search for civil case files requires the name of either the defendant or the plaintiff, whereas searches for criminal case files require the full name of the defendant.

In-person name-based searches are performed at the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller. Interested parties may visit the clerk's office between 8 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

St. Lucie County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller
201 South Indian River Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

To conduct online name-based searches, use the Court Case Search Portal maintained by the clerk’s office. The portal allows viewing case files but does not allow the acquisition of copies. To get copies, visit the clerk's office. Copies cost $1 per page, with an additional $2 per document for certification. Alternatively, obtain electronically certified copies through the Clerk E-Certify app.

St. Lucie County Courts

The St. Lucie County judicial system comprises two types of courts: the circuit and county courts. The Circuit Court handles major civil cases exceeding $50,000, felonies, probate, juvenile cases, real estate, small claims over $8,000, and family law matters. In contrast, with limited jurisdiction, the county court handles civil disputes of $50,000 or less, misdemeanors, criminal traffic, evictions, municipal ordinances, and county ordinance violation cases.

Below is the contact information for the courts in St. Lucie County:

St. Lucie County Circuit Court - Fort Piece
Fort Pierce Courthouse
218 South 2nd Street
Ft. Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

St. Lucie County Circuit Court-West Annex
205 NW Country Club Drive
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

County Court of St. Lucie County
South County Courthouse
250 NW Country Club Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

County Court of St. Lucie County - Fort Pierce Office
Fort Pierce Courthouse
218 South 2nd Street
Ft. Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

Lucie County Circuit Court Case Search

The Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller maintains and provides access to civil and felony criminal case records for the St. Lucie County Circuit Court. Interested persons may obtain these records by visiting or writing to the clerk's office. Alternatively, use the Court Case Search Portal to find Circuit Court case information.

St. Lucie County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller
Circuit Civil Department
201 South Indian River Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

Mailing address:
Clerk and Comptroller
ATTN: Circuit Civil Department
P.O. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.

St. Lucie County Court Records

St. Lucie County court records are files of cases, including misdemeanors, civil disputes, small claims, traffic offenses, and municipal or county ordinance violations heard in St. Lucie County court.

Interested individuals can access these records by searching the Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller’s Court Case Search Portal. Alternatively, they can visit or write to the clerk’s office at:

250 N.W. Country Club Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

Mailing Address:
Clerk and Comptroller
ATTN: County Civil / Small Claims
P.O. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.

St. Lucie County Criminal Records

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) maintains St. Lucie County's criminal history records and provides a publicly accessible portal for criminal record checks. To access or obtain St. Lucie County criminal records, use the Florida Criminal History Record Check Portal.

On the website, click "Instant Search" and then "Instant Florida Criminal History Search". After that, follow the "Public Search" button to search the portal. The instant criminal record search costs $24.00 per subject, plus a $1.00 credit card processing fee. These fees are non-refundable.

St. Lucie County Criminal Court Case Lookup

To look up information on criminal court cases adjudicated in St. Lucie County, including felony, misdemeanor, criminal traffic, and county ordinance cases, interested persons may use the clerk's office Court Case Search Portal. The portal allows inquirers to search for court cases by party names or case numbers.

Alternatively, individuals should visit or write to the clerk's office at:

Clerk and Comptroller
Criminal Department
201 South Indian River Drive
3th Floor
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

Mailing address:
Clerk and Comptroller
ATTN: Criminal Department
P.O. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.

Physical copies of certified or plain case files can be obtained in person from the clerk's office. Digitally certified copies of case documents can be obtained through the Clerk E-Certify app. Copies cost $1 per page, plus an additional $2 certification fee per document.

Get St. Lucie County Civil Court Records

St. Lucie County civil court records are files related to civil disputes, small claims, and eviction cases adjudicated within the county. These records may include motions, judgments, orders, pleadings, summons, exhibits, etc.

To access St. Lucie County civil court records, utilize the Court Case Search Portal to look up cases by party names or case numbers. Additionally, individuals can request electronic copies through the Clerk E-Certify app.

Alternatively, they may visit in person during business hours or send written requests to the clerk’s office.

Circuit Civil Department
201 South Indian River Drive
4th Floor
Fort Pierce, FL 34950

 

Mailing Address:
St. Lucie County Clerk and Comptroller
ATTN: Circuit Civil Department
P.O. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954

Both in-person and online requests require that requesters provide party names or case file numbers to facilitate access to records. Fees, as mentioned previously, apply for obtaining copies of case files.

St. Lucie County Family Court Records

St. Lucie County family court records are official files related to divorces, child custody and support, paternity, adoptions, and domestic violence cases heard in the St. Lucie County Circuit Court.

The Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller is the custodian of St. Lucie County family case records. Family case records are typically public unless they are restricted or redacted, such as in cases involving juveniles, minors, or domestic violence victims.

The public can access family court records online or at the clerk's office. To access them online, visit the Court Case Search Portal and search by name or case number. Select "domestic relations/family" as the court type to narrow it down to family cases, then choose a specific case type, like, domestic violence, divorce, or paternity, from the case type dropdown.

Alternatively, interested parties can visit in person during business hours or submit written requests to the clerk's office.

Family Relations Dept.
201 South Indian River Drive, 2nd Floor
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

Mailing address:
Clerk and Comptroller
Attn: Family Relations Department
P.O. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.

A family court record lookup will provide inquirers with information on parties, filings, details, and rulings related to divorce and other family law cases within the county judicial system.

St. Lucie Dissolution of Marriage Records

To obtain records related to the dissolution of marriage (divorce) in St. Lucie County:

  • Contact the family relations department of the St. Lucie County Clerk & Comptroller's Office in person, by phone, or by mail.
  • Use the Clerk's Court Case Search Portal to lookup marriage dissolution records by name or case number.

When using the Clerk's Court Case Search Portal for dissolution of marriage records, requesters should, in addition to a party name or case number, select "domestic relations/family" as the court type and "dissolution of marriage" as the case type.

St. Lucie County Marriage and Divorce Records

St. Lucie County marriage records document marriages performed in the county, including spouses' names, marriage date and location, ages/birth dates, and officiant. Divorce records detail marriage dissolutions, listing the divorced parties' names, divorce dates, and grounds.

The County Clerk & Comptroller is the custodian of both marriage and divorce records in St. Lucie County. To obtain a copy of St. Lucie County marriage and divorce records, interested parties should submit in-person or written requests to the clerk's office family relations department.

Family Relations Dept.
201 South Indian River Drive, 2nd Floor
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

 

Mailing address:
Clerk and Comptroller
Attn: Family Relations Department
P.O. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.

Alternatively, individuals can view St. Lucie County marriage licenses or dissolution records through the Court Case Search Portal. They can also search the "Official Records" to lookup recorded marriage licenses, purchase e-certified copies via the Clerk E-Certify app, or submit a public record request to the Research Department for printed certified copies of marriage and divorce records.

St. Lucie County Birth and Death Records

St. Lucie County birth and death records are vital documents pertaining to county births and deaths. Birth records prove U.S. citizenship for a passport, social security, and other purposes that require verifying one's identity and place of birth. Death records are needed to claim insurance, survivor benefits, and settle estates.

To obtain a St. Lucie County birth or death record, complete the respective "Birth Certificate Application Form" or "Death Certificate Application Form". Submit the form in person at the Office of Vital Statistics, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, or by mail to:

Florida Department of Health
Office of Vital Statistics in St. Lucie County
5150 NW Milner Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34983
Phone: (772) 873-4932

Only authorized individuals can obtain copies of birth and death records in St. Lucie County. These include the record subject (for birth records), their immediate family members, or authorized representatives. All requests must include a valid photo ID, such as a driver's license, passport, or state/military ID.

St. Lucie County Probate Court Records

St. Lucie County probate court records are files on estates, wills, and guardianship cases adjudicated in St. Lucie Circuit Court. The County Clerk & Comptroller is the custodian of these records.

To access or obtain copies of case files of probate cases handled in St. Lucie County, interested individuals should visit the clerk's office in-person, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at:

St. Lucie County Clerk & Comptroller
Circuit Civil
201 South Indian River Drive, 2nd Floor
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6938

Additionally, requests can also be mailed to the following address:

Clerk and Comptroller
Attn: Circuit Civil Department
P.O. Box 700
Fort Pierce, FL 34954.

Alternatively, those seeking these records can look them up online through the Court Case Search Portal or request copies through the Clerk E-Certify app.

St. Lucie County Property Records

St. Lucie property records are official documents and files that contain information about real property, including deeds, mortgages, liens, and other real estate documents filed with the county. The St. Lucie County Clerk & Comptroller is the official custodian of the county's property records.

As the custodian of these public records, the clerk's office is the primary source for anyone seeking to access or obtain official St. Lucie County property records. This includes making copies of documents, conducting title searches, and verifying the status and history of real estate transactions.

To this end, interested parties may access official St. Lucie County property records online via the various search options provided by the clerk's office, such as the Official Records 1990 - present search, the 1953 - 1960 Deeds search, the 1905 - 1953 Deeds search, the Official Foreclosure and Tax Deeds Sales search, and Plat Search for recorded and unrecorded plat records. Alternatively, they may contact the clerk's office in person during business hours.

St. Lucie County Clerk & Comptroller
201 South Indian River Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 462-6900

Details of fees and costs to obtain plain or certified copies of the county's property records from the clerk's office are provided in the fee schedule. Additionally, interested parties may utilize the Real Estate Property Search portal of the St. Lucie County Property Appraiser to look up real estate ownership information in the county.

St. Lucie County Court Records Online

Third-party websites like Floridacourtrecords.us are an alternative the public can use to access St. Lucie County records. These private sites aggregate public records from various sources and allow users to search for and access them for a fee. While these websites offer quick and easy record lookups, they may not have complete or current information as they are not officially affiliated with the government. Consequently, users of these sites should endeavor to verify any information obtained with official sources.

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