CORE - Clerk Online Resource ePortal

Welcome - Introduction & Notes
Welcome to the Clerk Online Resource ePortal (CORE) AOSC 15-18 pilot program.

Public access is now available. Please understand that access is subject to change at any time, with or without advanced notice, for a variety of reasons including but not limited to court orders and legislative changes.

Want to see more records?
Sign up for registered user access under the AOSC 15-18 public access program and you will be able to request access to certain documents, and may have access to additional document types depending on your user group as assigned by AOSC 15-18. Please visit our AOSC 15-18 information page for more information on available user groups, including attorney access. If you work for a government agency and require elevated access to CORE, please contact your IT department as a gateway agreement is now required.
Access Delegation
If you are interested in delegation of your attorney-of-record access to additional users, please review our CORE Attorney Access information page for more information.

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CORE - Required Captcha Challenge
We are required to present this captcha challenge pursuant to a directive issued by the Florida Court Technology Commission regarding the implementation of Florida State Supreme Court Administrative Order 2014-19.
CORE User Agreement Acceptance
Please scroll down to accept the user agreements
To accept the above agreements, enter your password, then click the accept button below.

Confirm Document Request

This record is not immediately available to view and requires approval. Press "OK" to submit this request, or cancel to abort it.
The document you have requested is under 50 page(s).
The document you have requested is over 50 pages. Such requests may require additional services for review and approval.
The document you have requested is over 500 pages. Such requests may require extensive services for review and approval.

Florida has a very broad Public Records Law. This agency is a public entity and is subject to Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes, concerning public records. Electronic communications are covered under such laws and therefore anything sent or received on this entity's computer system, including your e-mail address, may be disclosed upon request.