Most Florida circuit courts have public records searches available at the Clerk of Court's website. You could search there for your daughter's name and find out what comes up and the offenses for which she was charged and/or convicted. Also, you can probably check up on any pending inmate in a state correctional institution at the Department of Corrections' website.
You could search for the clerk of court for your county. Click on the link that invites you to search court records.
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If you do not know the county where the charges were filed, another option is to go to the Florida Department of Corrections website at www.dc.state.fl.us/ and click on "Offender Search" then "Inmate Popuation Search" then type in your daughter's last and first name. When her page comes up, scroll down to the information concerning her current sentence, and the name of the county, the nature of the charge, and the county's criminal case number will be listed. If you need more details, you can then contact the clerk of court, felony division, for that county, using her name and case number to locate her file. If you want details on the charge, ask for copies of the Information, the arrest affidavit, and the judgment and sentence. The clerk is allowed to charge for these copies, in most counties $1.00 per page.
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