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How do I contact the Miami-Dade Clerk?

Contact Clerk of the Courts For general information, call 305-275-1155 for the Interactive Voice Response System.

How do I contact the Miami-Dade Clerk?

Contact Clerk of the Courts For general information, call 305-275-1155 for the Interactive Voice Response System.

Is the Dade County Courthouse open?

The Dade County Courthouse at 73 West Flagler Street, closed since July due to structural safety concerns, will reopen to the public on December 6, 2021.

Are Miami Courts open?

Share: Effective June 28, all court buildings are open to the public.

How do I email the Miami Dade Clerk of Courts?

Please contact the Clerk’s Office via email at clerksoffice@miamidade.gov if you wish to use the API and need assistance.

What does the Clerk of the courts do in Miami Dade County?

The Clerk of the Courts serves the 2.7 million citizens of Miami-Dade County and supports the operations of the 11th judicial circuit and County courts in addition to providing professional services to the public, the judiciary, the legal community and the Miami-Dade County Commission.

Are there any free online court services in Miami Dade?

There are standard online services that are free as well as fee-based advanced online services. Attorney Wheel Position Search (Criminal, Juvenile Dependency and Probate Cases) The Miami-Dade Clerk of the Courts offers access to advanced options in the clerk’s internet-based systems.

How to do a wheel position search in Miami-Dade court?

Attorney Wheel Position Search (Criminal, Juvenile Dependency and Probate Cases) The Miami-Dade Clerk of the Courts offers access to advanced options in the clerk’s internet-based systems. This process offers: Perform advanced searches of Official Records by purchasing units. Individual searches will cost one search unit.

When did the Miami-Dade Clerk of courts expand internet public viewing?

The Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts greatly expanded Internet Public Viewing on June 9th, 2015 in accordance with the provisions of Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order SC AO 16-14 (AOSC 16-14).