Our office is pleased to announce the launch of our new case search application, Brevard Electronic Court Application (BECA), effective Tuesday, January 9, 2018! 

This free case search application allows customers to access and print court documents from the comfort of their home or office free of charge, reducing in-office copy costs and wait times.

BECA provides new and exciting search capabilities to all user levels, from anonymous public users to attorneys of record to governmental entities.  By implementing this expanded application, the Clerk is able to put more court records online and at the public’s finger tips than ever before.  While anonymous and registered users have access to a bevy of case information, access to protected cases is governed by the Supreme Court of Florida and identity verification for specific user roles is required.

Users familiar with the office's current case search application, eFACTS, and our attorney application, AttorneyView, will find BECA a more robust search tool with enhanced image capabilities.  BECA's enhanced functionality will replace both of these legacy applications, making way for a single case search application for all users of the Clerk’s office.  As a result, both eFACTS and AttorneyView will be turned off at the close of business Monday, January 8, 2018. 

Users are encouraged to register with BECA to avoid any disruption in service when these legacy applications are disabled.  Access to eFACTS and AttorneyView will remain until January 8, but the Clerk is no longer accepting new users for AttorneyView.  All registered user account types are advised to register for BECA.

BECA can be accessed by visiting our homepage at and selecting "Case Search" option in the Public Records Search box.  Customers with questions or comments are asked to e-mail