Access to justice is a fundamental American right. Florida’s courts, clerks and lawyers want you to know your sourts are taking safe steps to protect your health.
We’re Taking Safe Steps
How to Appear for Jury Service
As of July 6, 2020, all in-person criminal and civil proceedings have resumed and Notices have been mailed out. All conditions of Bond, Pre-Trial Release (PTR) and financial obligations continue to be in effect. The Supreme Court of Florida and the Chief Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit have issued Orders requiring courthouse visitors to wear a mask. You will not be allowed entrance without the appropriate face covering.
All defendants and/or litigants must keep the Clerks Office informed of their current mailing address. You may visit our website anytime to view your case for updated information by clicking the RECORDS SEARCH box on the Home page. You may also call or email us at 850-229-6112 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive electronic reminders or updates about your case, please register for our free E-NOTIFY service by selecting the link provided below.
Online or Pay by Phone Services:
We offer online filing of Court cases, including Do It Yourself Court Documents (DIY), such as Domestic Violence, Family Law with children, Family Law without children, and Landlord-Tenant disputes.
Gulf County Clerk of Court
Rebecca L. (Becky) Norris serves as the Gulf County Clerk of Court and Comptroller. Established by the Florida Constitution, the Clerk of Court provides a system of checks and balances, at the county level, and serves the public in three primary areas including Clerk of the Circuit and County Courts, Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners and County Recorder.
E-Notify is now available for all Florida counties. Sign up at E-Notify.flcourts.org to receive text or email notifications about criminal court events, such as hearings. Learn more about e-Notify.