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JACS Overview

The Judicial Automated Calendaring System (JACS) provides attorneys with a quick, reliable, and convenient solution to scheduling judicial hearings 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through your web browser (internet). Calendars are set up for each judge with hearing times ranging from 5, 10, 15, 30, and 60 minutes. Attorneys can schedule, reschedule or cancel hearings based on available hearing times. You will receive a confirmation email each time you schedule a hearing, providing there is an email address associated with your account. The email includes a confirmation number, date of hearing, time of hearing, case number, type of hearing, and the courtroom location. Once the hearing is scheduled, use the confirmation number to make changes. When a hearing is changed, rescheduled or canceled, JACS generates a new confirmation number and you'll receive a new confirmation email.

JACS Login Process

Attorneys requesting "Attorney Access" on can use one login and password to access subscriber features, use the online court appointed attorney applications and schedule hearings on JACS. 

Important! The 12th Judicial Circuit Court does not use the same login process as other circuits using JACS. You must register for attorney access in order to access JACS.

If you've never registered before, click on the "Register" link and select the "Attorney Account" option to get started.

If you previously registered for a subscriber account and would like to request Attorney Access, login and visit the profile page (see the link with your name at the top of this page) and follow these five simple steps:

  1. Click on the "Manage Profile" tab.
  2. Enter your Bar number and email address associated with your Florida Bar account (this is how we'll verify you're a licensed attorney).
  3. Click on the button to "Request Attorney Access to Site."
  4. Check your inbox for an email verification. (Make sure you can receive emails from
  5. Follow the link in your email to unlock the additional features!

For more information please watch our instructional video on how to register for attorney access.

Forgotten Password?

Registered users can reset their password by using the "Reset Password" button available on the Login page.

In the form that appears after selecting the "Reset Password" button, enter your bar number, account username or email address, check the "I'm not a robot" box, and finally select the "Send Reset Link" button. If the information provided is valid, you will receive an email with your username and a link to reset your password. If you enter your bar number an email will be sent to the email address associated with your user account for this site and to the email address associated with your Florida Bar listing. Entering your bar number is the best option if your email address has changed since the last time you logged in. Follow the link and change your password making sure to follow the password requirements (minimum 8 characters, including one symbol e.g. # $  % &). After changing your password you will be automatically logged into the site.

Once logged in return to this page by clicking the JACS calendar icon in the title bar.

First Time User?

If this is your first time using JACS, welcome. JACS is an easy to use, easy to understand program for scheduling hearing time with Twelfth Judicial Court judges and judicial officers. JACS can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To get started using JACS you must first register for an attorney account. Once registration is complete and you have activated attorney access, return to this page and ensure you are logged in. Select a county and division from the Schedule Hearing in JACS section above, then select the login button. If your attorney information is correct in JACS, you will be automatically logged into the JACS system. If you experience any issues logging into JACS please use the feedback form to notify technical support.

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