Welcome to the Fourth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida

 

COVID-19 EMERGENCY ORDERS AND OPERATIONAL PLAN

Effective Friday, April 16, 2021 those wishing to enter the courthouse with a legitimate reason (attorneys, defendants, witnesses, media, trial observers, etc.) will be allowed to enter the courthouse without restriction or escort.  Judges/JAs will no longer be providing lists of those allowed to enter the courthouse.  TCC defendants (bump-down) and those wanting to observe first appearance hearings will continue to be escorted to courtroom 201.
 
Effective Monday, April 26, 2021 out-of-custody defendants entering pleas, bond revocation hearings, etc. (normally held in J3) will appear in person before their presiding judge at the courthouse.  As previously mentioned, lists from the judges/JAs will no longer be necessary.  Individuals wanting to observe first appearance proceedings will report to J3, where they can observe the hearings via Zoom.  TTC defendants (bump-down) will continue to appear in courtroom 201 and will need to be escorted.  

 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT - 
REMOTE CIVIL JURY TRIAL PILOT PROJECT

 - MARCUS vs. FEDEX GROUND PACKAGE SYSTEM, INC

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Featured News

The Fourth Judicial Circuit announce that Duval County will be conducting the first fully remote civil jury trial in the State of Florida.

Fourth Judicial Circuit Clerks of Court by County

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The Florida Courts System is divided into five districts that are made up of 20 judicial circuits and are further broken down into 67 counties.

The Fourth Judicial Circuit is comprised of Clay, Duval and Nassau Counties. Currently, only Duval County Court is fully represented on this website. However, the court functions for Clay and Nassau Counties will be added in the near future. In the interim, limited court information for Clay and Nassau Counties can be accessed by going to the following websites:

 

This website is designed to give the public pertinent and timely information to use when conducting business with the Court. The links shown on the left will help you find the information you need. This website will evolve in appearance and content as technology and demands change to meet and anticipate your information needs.