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The Citrus County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller's office is located at
110 N Apopka Avenue Inverness Fl, 34450
Our office accepts cash, personal check, cashiers check, money orders and credit cards. There will be a service fee from the credit card vendor. Credit card payments can be made by calling nCourt at 844-400-6727 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Saturday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. Payments can also be made online at the
The Citrus County Clerks Office can accept the following forms of payment
Make the check or money order payable to, Clerk of Court.
Costs for copies are $1 per page for regular copies and an additional $2 for each document to be certified.
It is your responsibility to notify the Clerk's Office in writing if your address changes. This may be done in person at:
Citrus County Courthouse110 N Apopka AvenueInverness, FL 34450
An Address Change for can be obtained here Change of Address Form (PDF) and mailed to our office at the address above.. Please include your case number and name with any correspondence.
For information contact our Customer Service Department at 352-341-6424. You may also view your case online. You can view various topics such as:
Click Here to access SCORSS to view case information.
To seal or expunge a criminal record requires court approval. You can also visit the Seal or Expunge a Record page for more information. Sealing and Expunging Cases
To obtain the application and instructions on sealing or expunging a Citrus County misdemeanor case, you will need to visit
At your arraignment, you will have an opportunity to complete an Affidavit of Indigent Status form, and request the appointment of the public defender. You may also, prior to arraignment, file an Affidavit of Indigent Status, with the Felony Division of the Clerk's office. A determination of indigent status will be made by a deputy clerk based on the information in the Affidavit. A $50 application fee will be assessed to your case whether a public defender is appointed or not.
At the conclusion of your case, the Clerk shall withhold from the return of a cash bond, posted on behalf of a criminal defendant by a person other than a bail bond agent, sufficient funds to pay any unpaid court fees, court costs, and criminal penalties. If the amount posted is greater than the fees, costs, and penalties due, the balance will be refunded to the depositor by mail, generally within ten business days of the disposition of the case.
You may contact our Felony Department at 352-341-6424 for more information about your bond. Monies paid to a Bail Bondsman are not refundable.