JURY SCAM WARNING
There is currently a person calling at random and stating to the person called that they have failed to report for Jury Duty in Hamilton County and there is a warrant our for their arrest and in order to clear the warrant you must pay $600 over the phone immediately. This person may also try to bully persons into providing Social Security Numbers, credit card information, and other confidential information that could be used for identity theft. The person has identified himself as Officer Jeffery Aubrey to some. THIS IS A SCAM!! Any contact from the Hamilton County Clerk’s Office or Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, by phone, regarding Jury Duty will not require payment of fines nor requests for personal information. If you are contacted by a jury scammer, write down the phone number as it appears on your phone and anything that you can remember that the person says and contact the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office at (386) 792-2004.
If you ever have any questions related to Jury Service, you can call the Clerk’s Office at (386) 792-1288.
On behalf of the hard-working and dedicated employees of the Hamilton County Clerk's Office, welcome to the Clerk of Circuit Court online! Here you can obtain information about the office of the Clerk and the services we provide. From forms you may need to information about our services. If you are unable to find the information you are looking for here you may contact our office by phone.
It is an honor and privilege to serve you! Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to do so.
Clerk of Circuit Court & Comptroller, Hamilton County
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The mission of the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court is to function as a team dedicated to our customers by preparing and maintaining accurate records, furnishing assistance in an understanding and compassionate manner, and providing services with competence, professionalism, and courtesy in compliance with laws, rules, and regulations.
Senate Bill 1718 increased the filing fees for probate, circuit civil, and cases involving real property, effective 06/01/2009. These fees are sent to the State Department of Revenue, and the increase is for the benefit of state agencies and the state court system. The Clerk's Office does not receive monies from the increase in filing fees. For more information on this bill, visit www.flsenate.gov.