- Protecting Personal or Confidential Information
- Protecting Court Records
- Confidential Information in Civil Cases
Effective July 1, 2021, the result of Florida Supreme Court amendment (SC20-1765) to Rule of Judicial Administration 2.420, it is the sole responsibility of the filer to notify the Clerk of Courts of confidential information in civil court filings. All filers, including attorneys and self-represented litigants will be required to:
The amended rule affects circuit civil, county civil, and small claims cases, except for Jimmy Ryce civil commitments, cases stemming from sexual assault, and medical malpractice filings. This rule will not affect family, criminal, and juvenile cases.
Click here to view a list of the items considered confidential and to view the Notice of Confidential Information form.
To access printable forms, visit the Confidentiality of Court Records Forms page.