Florida Courts

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1. How are Florida courts set-up?

2. What are the rules for placing a person on the court?

3. Does it vary by level?

4. Are they elected?

5. Is the party included?

6. Are there debates around fundraising?

7. Are there specialty courts (like DUI or Drugs)



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How is Florida courts set-up?

The court set up of Florida consists of Supreme Court, twenty circuit courts, five district
court of appeal and sixty-seven country courts. Each Florida judicial system normally has a
particular role so as to ensure that Floridian gets justice. The court system consists of appellate
courts which include Supreme Court and district courts of appeal. There are also the trial courts
which are made of the circuit trial court and county trial courts (Anstead, 45).

2. What are the rules for placing a person on the court?

While placing an individual in the court, the person undergoes a process of assisted
appointment while the judges who sit in the trial courts participate...

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