Orange County Clerk of Courts

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The Orange County Clerk of Courts maintains nearly 2.5 million circuit and county court records for the 9th Judicial Circuit Court. Our collections program is recognized statewide for its effectiveness, as we return millions of dollars that we collect each year through fees and fines to the state as well as various local agencies and programs. As the Information Hub of the Justice System, we keep myorangeclerk.com up-to-date with case information while also providing customers access to their files and all their court needs.

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