Learn how to search and view Lee County’s court records July 28
Learn from experts how to access millions of Lee County’s court records, including divorce, traffic tickets, civil lawsuits, and criminal cases.
Lee County Clerk of Court Linda Doggett is hosting a free webinar to teach you how to search and view court records from the convenience of your home computer. The public webinar will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 28.
“As your Clerk, I am responsible for safeguarding every court document filed in Lee County,” Doggett said. “During this webinar, you will learn which records you can view online and how to request any documents that require redaction.”
The presenters will share how to navigate the Court Records Inquiry program and its customized views for the public and attorneys. You will also learn how to purchase e-certified court records, view the court calendar, and submit a public records request.
To register for the webinar, visit www.leeclerk.org/investigations101. The webinar, titled Investigations 101: How to Search & E-Certify Court Records, is part of the Clerk’s new monthly webinar series, which teaches citizens about the resources available to help file cases and navigate the court system.
Attorneys who attend the webinar will qualify for one general CLE credit and one technology CLE credit.
While the Clerk’s staff can answer procedural questions, the office is prohibited from offering legal advice. If customers who are not represented by an attorney have legal questions, they can visit www.leeclerk.org/appointment to schedule a free appointment with Legal Aid at the Justice Center in Fort Myers.
For more information about the Clerk’s office, visit www.leeclerk.org or call 239-533-5000.