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Volusia County Court

Clerk of the Court

The Clerk of the Circuit Court is an elected Constitutional Officer whose authority and responsibilities are set forth in the Florida Constitution and Florida Statutes. The Clerk serves both the County and Circuit Courts and as the Recorder of the Public Records. Some of the Clerk's many duties and responsibilities include recording property transactions, attending and supporting all court proceedings, assisting victims of domestic abuse, and processing marriage and passport applications.

These responsibilities require the Clerk's Office to efficiently handle and manage not only millions of public records, but also millions of dollars of public money. The Clerk processes child support payments, collects court fees and fines, and administers court-ordered sales, to name just a few responsibilities. The money generated by these and other activities is deposited in the Clerk's Office and distributed to the appropriate recipients upon order of legal or statutory authority, such as a judge. 

How do you take a traffic ticket to court in Volusia County? In Volusia County, if you want to fight a traffic ticket, it will be heard in County Court. The major cities of Volusia County include: Daytona Beach, Deland, Halifax, Orange City, and Ormond Beach. If you received a traffic ticket in Volusia County you are not alone. Last year 127,938 traffic citations were issued in Volusia County alone.

In order to find out more information about a traffic ticket, pay a civil traffic citation, or elect to attend a driver improvement course you can contact the Volusia County Clerk of the Court at:

Volusia County Clerk of the Court
101 N. Alabama
DeLand, FL 32721
(386) 736-5905


If your ticket number is not showing up in the Court system you may need to try back. It sometimes takes a few weeks for the issuing agency to submit the citation to the Clerk’s office. You have thirty (30) days to pay a traffic ticket, request a hearing, or elect traffic school.

If you are electing to pay the civil penalty but need additional time to pay, under the authority of Administrative Order P2006-042, the Clerk's Office is authorized to grant a one-time 60 days payment extension. All extensions must be made in writing and filed with the Clerk's Office on or before thirty (30) days of the citation issue date. In order to request an extension for payment use this

Before paying a traffic citation, or electing traffic school you should discuss your case with an experienced
traffic ticket attorney in Volusia County. Paying your traffic tickets could result in points on your license, higher insurance rates, or possible even the suspension of your driver‘s license.

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