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Florida Court records are a reliable source for searching criminal backgroundss, to locate people and to lookup liens, judgements, bankruptcy and arrest records in Florida. Search Florida Court Records and see convictions, felonies, misdemeanors, sex offenses and other criminal record offenses.Find Case Number, arrest record, filing date, disposition, offense and sentence. While each state has different privacy statutes almost all states carry statewide information for people in the state corrections system.

Search in courts such as Florida State Courts, Florida State Appellate Courts, Florida State Supreme Courts, Alabma County Court, Florida Small Claims Courts, Florida Municipal Courts, Florida County Courts, Florida Family Courts, Florida Probate Courts, Florida Bankruptcy Courts, Florida Traffic Courts. Civil court record search will help you find non-criminal litigation. This Floridasearch will identify suits filed by individuals or corporations including product liability suits and civil rights violations in Florida

Supreme Court

The Florida Supreme Court consists of 7 Justices and five of these Justices must preside in every case brought to Florida Supreme Court and in order to reach a final decision at least four justices must agree the Supreme Court is located in Tallahassee.

The Supreme Court of Florida hears cases about bond validation, reviews orders by the Public Service Commision or District Court decisions in regards to the State Constitution. The Supreme court also has a discretionary jurisdiction over appeal cases from district courts as well as certified judgements from trial courts and federal courts.

District Court of Appeals

There are five District Courts of Appeal in Florida one in Miami, Tallahassee, Lakeland, West Palm Beach and Daytona Beach. District courts of appeal provide the final appellate review for all litigated cases.

Circuit Trial Courts.

In Florida there are twenty Circuit Trial Courts. Circuit courts have trial jurisdiction over civil cases and disputes of over $15,000 are simultaneously the highest trial courts and the lowest appellate courts in Florida's judicial system. Most cases involve estates, matters regarding minors, and persons incapacitated; criminal cases for felonies or tax disputes or even title matters of real property.

County Trial Courts

There are sixty seven County Trial Courts in Florida for each of Florida's counties.The trial jurisdiction of county courts is is for civil cases involving $15,000 or less.

 

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