⚠ Important Updates
Access Changes in CCIS
On June 8, 2021, the state updated CCIS to implement the Florida Supreme Court’s Access Security Matrix for viewing cases and documents. The 'Attorney of Record' user role is not active yet in CCIS, so users will default to the 'Registered User' role. This means that the documents that require review before public release (aka VOR) are not viewable in CCIS. The ‘Attorney of Record” user role will eventually be activated in CCIS, but a timeline has not been set. In the meantime, you can view these documents through our online Court Records program, known as Polk Records Online (PRO). You will need to register for an account.
Changes to Redaction of Confidential Information
Rule 2.420 has changed, and all filers of circuit civil, county civil, and small claims court documents are now solely responsible for ensuring that confidential information is redacted or is identified for redaction. See the full details.
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