Court Orders to Seal
Pursuant to Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, Rule 2.420, the Clerk of Court must post a copy of an order to seal issued on a Civil case on the Clerk’s Website and in a prominent, public location in the courthouse. This order must remain posted in both locations for no less than 30 days.
Pretrial Services is a community-based program that monitors and provides direction to defendants that are released pre-trial. As Pretrial Supervision is a form of non-monetary release, defendants are required to report to the pretrial office on a weekly basis to ensure compliance with court ordered conditions to include the appearance at subsequent court dates. Conditions of release should be tailored to the defendant and related to the alleged offense.
A significant benefit of a supervision program is that monitoring the defendant in the community is a cost avoidance alternative to jail or prison. A defendant under supervision is also less likely to commit new offenses. Pretrial Supervision has the potential to make the community safer while allowing defendants to live with their families and support themselves by maintaining employment.
The Flagler County Pretrial Services office is located on the second floor of the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center, 1769 E. Moody Blvd., Bldg. 1, Bunnell, FL., 32110
Contact Pretrial Services via email or by phone at 386-313-4562.
Citizens’ Right to Know Reports
Below we have included links to available Citizens’ Right to Know information.