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The Office of the State Courts Administrator (OSCA) was created in 1972 to serve the chief justice in carrying out his or her responsibilities as the chief administrative officer of the judicial branch, which includes the Florida Supreme Court, 5 district courts of appeal, 20 circuit courts, and 67 county courts. OSCA also prepares the branch’s budget requests, collects and analyzes court-related data, certifies and trains mediators and court interpreters, and coordinates education programs and publications for judges and court employees.
Fourth District Court of Appeal Has New Appreciation for Technology and IT Professionals
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Twentieth Judicial Circuit Learned the Value of Having Adequate Technology 资源, 页, and a Plan for Meeting the Challenges of Remote Work
Through their education and outreach initiatives, Florida’s courts seek to deepen people’s understanding of the state courts system.
Access local self-help centers; free, low-cost legal aid; and family law forms needed to resolve many family-related situations in court.
From the Supreme Court all the way down to our 67 county courts. Each layer of the Florida judicial system has a distinct role in providing justice to all Floridians
Florida Court system's 创新 & 外展 Unit provides education and outreach services including publication of Full Court Press.
Family Law Forms
The Florida State Courts System's 自助 Center is your online guide to help direct you through the court system.
The role of the self-help center staff is to direct interested individuals to the self-help website where they can explore resources needed to represent themselves, access the courts, and other essential resources.
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