Administrative Court Orders

The chief judge of each of Florida's 20 judicial circuits has administrative supervision over all courts within the circuit, and may enter and sign administrative orders to carry out this responsibility. See Fla. R. Jud. Admin. 2.020(c) & 2.050(b)(2) & (e)(3). Further, a majority of the circuit and county judges in the circuit may propose local rules as defined in Fla. R. Jud. Admin. 2.020(b). The judges must notify the local bar within the circuit and permit oral or written responses before submitting local rules to the Florida Supreme Court for approval.

Administrative orders and local rules deal with a variety of topics, such as judge assignment, case assignment, and data maintenance, storage, retrieval, and archival.

Title Description Court Document
00-05

Civil Rights/Sexual Harassment Policy Statement and Complaint Procedure

Circuit Court PDF icon 00-05.pdf
00-04

AMENDED SPRING BREAK COURT ( Bay County)

Bay County Court PDF icon 00-04.pdf
00-03

Certified Process Servers

Circuit Court PDF icon 00-03.pdf
00-02

Bay County Spring Break Court

Bay County Court PDF icon 00-02.pdf
99-11

Security Measures for Courthouses in 14 th Circuit. (Weapons,searches, etc.)

Rescinded by 2007-00-05

Circuit Court PDF icon 99-11.pdf
99-10

Court Interpreters

(Rescinded by 2007-00-02)

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-10.pdf
99-09

1999/2000 Administration Plan for the 14 th Judicial Circuit

Circuit Court PDF icon 99-09.pdf
99-08

Civil Traffic Infraction Hearing Officer

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-08.pdf
99-07

General procedure associate with arbitration in civil cases

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-07.pdf
99-06

Electronic tape recording of domestic violence injunction proceedings

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-06.pdf
99-05

Assessment of additional court costs for court facilities in Bay County pursuant to F.S. 939.18

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-05.pdf
99-04

Rescinding AO-95-11- Court Reporter service charges and filing fees - AND applying $5.00 per civil filing fees to other needs without specific restrictions to court reporting equipment.

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-04.pdf
99-03

Conflict between Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.220 and Chapter 39, Florida Statutes

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-03.pdf
99-02

Juvenile Dependency Mediation Program

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-02.pdf
99-01

Spring Break Court - 1999

Bay County Court PDF icon 99-01.pdf
98-10

Parenting Education

Circuit Court PDF icon 98-10.pdf
98-09

1998-99 Administrative Plan for the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit

Circuit Court PDF icon 98-09.pdf
98-08

Assessment of Additional Court Costs for Court Facilities in Jackson County

Jackson County Court PDF icon 98-08.pdf
98-07

Circuit Judge Assignments Beginning January 1999 through 2000

Circuit Court PDF icon 98-07.pdf
98-06

Assessment of additional court costs for court facilities in Bay County Pursuant to F.S. 939.18 (1997)

Bay County Court PDF icon 98-06.pdf
98-05

Child Support Hearing Officer

Circuit Court PDF icon 98-05.pdf
98-04

Guardian Ad Litem - Federal criminal record check of guardians

Bay County Court PDF icon 98-04.pdf
98-03

In Re: Kevin Wood

Bay County Court PDF icon 98-03.pdf
98-02

Spring Break Court ( Bay County)

Bay County Court PDF icon 98-02.pdf
98-01

Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Plan Order on Taking into Custody and Detention - Bay County

Bay County Court PDF icon 98-01.pdf