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

Conflict Committee (Amends 82-08)

Circuit Court PDF icon 90-12.pdf

Courthouse Security

Bay County Court PDF icon 90-11.pdf

Family Court Mediation

Bay County Court PDF icon 90-10.pdf

Family Court Mediation

Bay County Court PDF icon 90-09.pdf

Official Court Reporters (Terminating Becky Wimer’s Office)

Circuit Court PDF icon 90-08.pdf

Official Court Reporter (Terminating Ms. McCall)

Circuit Court PDF icon 90-07.pdf

Official Court Reporters (Amends 82-07)

Circuit Court PDF icon 90-06.pdf

Local Rule (Jury Selection) Holmes Co.

Circuit Court PDF icon 90-05.pdf

Local Rule (Jury Selection) Jackson Co.

Circuit Court PDF icon 90-04.pdf

Local Rule (Jury Selection) Gulf Co.

(Rescinded by 2001-07)

Circuit Court

Local Rule (Jury Selection) Washington Co.

(Rescinded by 2001-06)

Circuit Court

Family Court Mediation

Circuit Court PDF icon 90-01.pdf