St. Johns County Florida Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(941)St. Johns County Court
St. Johns County Circuit Court4010 Lewis SpeedwaySt. AugustineFL32084904-819-3600
St. Johns County Department of Justice
Saint Augustine Florida Department of Justice75 King StreetSt. AugustineFL32084904-824-7340
St. Johns County District Attorney Office
St. Johns County State Attorney4010 Lewis SpeedwaySt. AugustineFL32084904-209-1620
St. Johns County Public Defender Office
Saint Augustine Public Defender4010 Lewis SpeedwaySt. AugustineFL32084904-827-5699
St. Johns County DMVs
Hastings Driver License & Vehicle Services6195 South Main StreetHastingsFL32145904-209-2250
Ponte Vedra Beach Driver License & Vehicle Services5430 Palm Valley RoadPonte Vedra BeachFL32082904-209-2250
Saint Augustine Driver License & Vehicle Services4030 Lewis SpeedwaySt. AugustineFL32084904-209-2250
Saint Augustine Motor Vehicle Services & Driver License Office6658 U.s. 1St. AugustineFL32086904-209-2250
St. Johns County Court Records Databases
St. Johns County Accident Reports
St. Johns County Arrest Warrants
St. Johns County Child Support Warrants
St. Johns County Clerk of The Circuit Court & Comptroller Website
St. Johns County Court Records
St. Johns County Criminal Records
St. Johns County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
St. Johns County Court Jury Duty Information
St. Johns County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesFL
St. Johns County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesFL
St. Johns County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 Year, State Resident: 1 YearFL
St. Johns County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18FL
St. Johns County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service1 yearFL

How To Get Access To Court Records

Court Records in St. Johns County Florida are public information that is stored in the Courthouse Records of that particular courthouse. However, there are certain requirements needed to access them. The most basic requirement is to have a valid reason and it should be shown that you need the records. In other words, you cannot just get them for any reason or no matter how you want them.

To get a court record, there are certain requirements needed. First, the person must be a resident in St. Johns County at the time the request is made. Second, the requestor must also fill out an application stating why he/she needs the records and what will be done with them once they are obtained. Third, the requestor must also pay for the record and mail a copy to the clerk of court in the county where the case was filed. Fourth, the copies of the applications can only be received by the court within a specific period of time. The other requirements vary from state to state, but they usually include: proof of identity, proof of residency, proof of social security number, and payment.

Once you have these documents, you can now get a look at your records. One option is to go online and check with the court’s website. Another option is to go to your local county courthouse and ask them for a copy of the records. Lastly, you can always call the courthouse and ask them directly. These methods are the most common ways to get public court records.

There are still other options, though. You can try getting court records through your local phone book. This may not be successful depending on how large your local phone book is. Another option would be to get records from the public records office. If the records are available online, you would just need to go online and fill out the necessary forms.

With court records available on the internet, there is no longer any need to go through red tape or spend hours searching for information. All of the information you will ever need is literally at your fingertips. You don’t even have to lift a finger. But you should still be aware that even though it is completely hassle-free, there is no guarantee that the information is accurate.

Court records are public. But this does not mean you can go into the courthouse and look through files and expect to find the information you are looking for. There are strict rules governing access to these records and people who have obtained copies of them cannot disclose or distribute them in any way. Also, these records are updated and published on an ongoing basis. So if you want current information, you will have to wait for the official publication date.