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DOCUMENT SEARCH  FAQS

  • How do I search for an official record?

    Go to our Official Records Search page,  click the "Click Here to Search Official Records" button, and choose the Search Type. You will need to accept the Disclaimer to continue to the Search screen.

    Notes:

    • When searching by name, it is helpful to enter just the last name and first initial and browse through the listings that display. When you locate the desired name, click on the line of the desired document. You should see a picture of the recorded document if it is available to the public.
    • The date range is automatically set to begin with 01/01/2010. You will need to change the date range if the document was recorded prior to 01/01/2010.
  • How do I search for a case?

    To locate a court (Civil or Criminal) case in Lee County, go to Search Court Cases and accept the disclaimer. Click on Court Records Public Search. Choose either Criminal & Traffic or Civil, Family & Probate. You can search by case number, name or attorney. For traffic tickets, you can also enter the citation number. Next to "search by" click on the drop down button to choose how you want to search. When entering a name, both a first and last name are required however, if you are only putting in partial information, you will need to asterisk after the name.

    Some records go back to 1984 or earlier in some areas. Only cases that are not confidential or purged are available.

    At the end of the information about any given case, there is a link to the particular office which can give further information.