From Tampa Bay Times:
Florida’s court system is breaking into the digital age. Instead of musty paper files that sit on forgotten shelves in courthouses, county clerks across the state have entered tens of thousands of criminal, civil, traffic and other public records onto computers.
Just don’t expect to access them from your computer. Because while Florida law says that most government records are open to the public, the state Supreme Court issued a moratorium in 2003 that prevents most court records from being posted online.