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Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Holiday
The Clerk's Office will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 24th and 25th in observance of Christmas.
Notice of Changes to accepted Criminal Court E-filings
Per Administrative Order 2013-071, the Pinellas County Clerk's Office is no longer authorized to accept new e-filings for Juvenile Dependency cases. We are also
no longer authorized to accept subsequent e-filings for County Criminal, Criminal Traffic and Juvenile Dependency cases. E-filings are permissable in Civil Traffic cases.
CLERK ALERT: E-Filing in Criminal Cases - The new mandatory electronic filing requirements for Criminal Traffic, Juvenile and Appeals cases to the Circuit Court will become effective today,
October 1, 2013. (Read full text.)
AOSC13-48: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER - Electronic Filing of Criminal Cases
Notice of Section Change in Mortgage Foreclosure Cases
Notice of Forfeiture of Unclaimed Money Pursuant to Section 116.21
Order to Show Cause
Reminder from the Clerk
Please DO NOT SEND original documents to the Clerk's Office on cases which you have already e-filed.
Please disregard any instruction to the contrary that you might be seeing on the e-portal site. Pinellas County is not going through a test period where the follow up paper is required for the first 90 days as that period is already over for Pinellas. There is NOT a requirement to follow up your e-filing with paper. Please do NOT send in paper unless they are the specific documents identified in the Sixth Circuit’s e-filing A.O.
Pinellas E-File Information, including FAQ's
If you have further questions and concerns not covered in our FAQ’s please send your questions and concerns to:
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