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The Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts greatly expanded Internet Public Viewing on June 9th, 2015 in accordance with the provisions of Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order SC 15-18 (AOSC 15-18). This Administrative Order sets standards for viewing of electronic court records whereby use of Advanced Searches requires the submission of a notarized Registered Access Request form to ensure identity.
Search / Pay Citation(s) Perform Standard Searches; Pay Traffic Citations, Elect Traffic School or Request Court; Driver License. Request Status of a Driver's License
The Traffic Court processes traffic citations issued by every law enforcement agency in Miami-Dade County. Duties include public records custodial duties, fine collections and maintaining calendars for County Court Judges and Hearing Officers.
Tickets that are issued for traffic violations must be paid within 30 days from the issue date on the ticket.. You may verify the status of your case via our traffic system using your citation number, Driver's License number or name and date of birth.
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eCourtesy Submission Service is an online delivery method for sending courtesy copies of proposed orders, motions, petitions and other filed and served documents to the judge. eCourtesy is not a substitute for electronically or physically filing documents with the Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts.
The State Attorney's Office in coordination with the courts, Duval County Clerk of Courts, and law enforcement launched the KEYS 2 Drive program to help certain traffic offenders obtain a valid driver's license.