Juvenile handles delinquency cases involving children under the age of 18, and works closely with the Department of Juvenile Justice, the Judiciary, State Attorneys, Public Defenders, and law enforcement agencies. The division dockets all cases, attends court hearings, and maintains all of the required court records. Juvenile records are maintained as confidential under Florida law..
Forms and Assistance
Juvenile Delinquency Benchbook
Juvenile Seal & Expunge Instructions
FAQs: Sealing & Expunging Criminal History Records in Florida
FDLE Seal & Expunge Forms, FAQs, & Instructions
Juvenile Expunge Packet
Juvenile Seal Packet
Juvenile Delinquency FAQ'S (850) 606-4120
No. If the child meets the criteria to be detained securely, he/she is transported to the Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center http://www.djj.state.fl.us/programs-facilities/detention-centers until the detention hearing is held and the court determines detention status. If the child does not meet the criteria to be detained, the child will be released to the proper custodian with a written notice to appear before the juvenile judge at a later date.
Juvenile case information is confidential and cannot be discussed over the telephone. With proper identification, parties authorized to have access to the court file, i.e., parents, legal guardian, child and his/her attorney, can visit the Clerk's Office located in the Leon County Courthouse, 301 South Monroe
Our office will perform a record search for a fee, if you have proper identification. You may also get photocopies for a fee. Click here for our fee schedule.
Visit this website http://www.ccys.org/ or call Capital City Youth Service at (850) 576-6000.
Juvenile delinquency involves anyone under the age of 18 that has been charged with a crime.
The waiting period can be up to six hours.