Q: How do i obtain information on a case that my 16 yr old daughter was subpeona for?
If it was a juvenile case then those records are not public and you will not be able to see the court file.
If it is an adult case, then go to the clerk of courts office and ask to view the file.
Daniel M. Berman
A: As long as it is not a juvenile case, you can go to the clerk and ask to see the case file. Juvenile records are not open to the public in Florida. Many clerks are in the process of getting all of their files converted to digital format. They are in the process of doing this now across the state. Good Luck.
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