General Public Records Requests
Review the Office’s updated Public Records Policies and Procedures here.
You may make a public records request using the online form below:
Or by contacting the Public Records Division. If contacting the division outside of the electronic form, please have the case number and name of the defendant ready.
Phone: (904) 255-2927
Fax: (904) 255-2966
Custodian of records: Miriam Nelson, Public Records Administrator
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Please note that under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do you not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to the State Attorney’s Office. Instead, contact this office by phone, using the web request form, or in writing.
NOW ACCEPTING PAYMENTS ONLINE.
(Public Records Payments Only — Payment for other services are not accepted through this page and will be rejected.)
IMPORTANT: Payments MUST be accompanied with your reference number or name used for the request in order for the Public Records Department to apply
If you have submitted an anonymous request, be advised that using this payment method will relay the name of the payer to the Public Records Department. If you do not wish for your name to be associated with your request or payment, please choose one of the alternate payment methods available to you (cash, check, money order, or cashier’s check).
Accepting payment by credit card is a service being provided for the convenience of our customers. Each transaction will be charged a $2.00 convenience fee. If you do not wish to incur this fee, please choose one of the alternate payment methods available to you (cash, check, money order, or cashier’s check).
No refunds will be given. For additional information on refund policies, please see the Public Records Policies and Procedures at the link provided above.
The application will first ask for information about you and the credit card that you will use to pay your invoice. The purpose for this information is to validate the credit card payment. For security purposes, the State Attorney’s Office does not retain your credit card information, and for that reason, you will be required to reenter credit card information for each payment you make.
The State Attorney’s Office website does not require a secure connection. However, a secure connection is provided by the online payment link; this is provided by Payeezy.