- Court Services
Animal Control Violation
Persons cited for Animal Control Violations in Escambia County may schedule court events or make payments at the Clerk's Office, depending on the type of violation.
Appeals on Criminal cases may be filed at the Clerk's Office.
Section 648.42 of the Florida Statutes requires bail bond agents to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Sheriff’s Office by April 1st of each odd-numbered year in the county in which the agent resides.
Persons cited for Boating Violations in Escambia County may schedule court events or make payments at the Clerk's Office, depending on the type of violation.
County Ordinance Violations
County Ordinance Violations are violations of the Escambia County Florida Code of Ordinances.
Treatment-based drug court is an alternative to incarceration for defendants who enter the judicial system because of addiction.
Felony / Circuit Criminal
A felony is any criminal offense that is punishable under Florida laws, or that would be punishable if committed in Florida by death or imprisonment in a state correctional facility.
Hunting / Fishing Violations
Per Florida Statute 379401, the Clerk's office is responsible for collecting the fees, fines, and court costs related to Hunting and Fishing Violations.
Misdemeanor / County Criminal
A misdemeanor is a criminal offense, less serious than a felony and is usually punishable by fine, penalty, forfeiture or confinement in a county jail.
Municipal Ordinance Violations
Municipal Ordinance Violations are violations of the City of Pensacola Code of Ordinances.
Florida Statutes Section 28.246(4) states that the Clerk of the Circuit Court shall accept partial payments for court-related fees, service charges, costs and fines in accordance with the terms of an established payment plan.
Worthless Check cases are handled by the Clerk's County Criminal/Misdemeanor department.
190 W Government Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
P.O. Box 333
Pensacola, FL 32591-0333
Phone: : 850-595-4150