Coffee with the Court

Attention: Civil Litigation Attorneys

You are invited to join Judge Brasington and Judge Keim for coffee and pastries on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 9:00am.  Judge Brasington and Judge Keim will provide information concerning some of the most frequently asked procedural questions in the Alachua County civil division and will then have time available to take questions and comments from practitioners.

The event will take place in the Chief Judge’s Conference Room at the Family/Civil Courthouse.  Reservations are requested, so that we can plan for adequate seating and refreshments. Please RSVP to Ruby Dunaway ( by March 20th  if you are able to join us.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on Thursday, March 22nd.

Jury Scam Warning

Please be advised that there is currently a person calling at random and stating to the person called that they have failed to report to Jury Duty in Alachua County and there is now a warrant out for their arrest. The person states that in order to clear the warrant, you must go to Dollar General and pay $500 for a voucher and that you will receive another court date at a later point in time. Please note that this is a SCAM and you should NOT follow those directions. The person has identified himself as Deputy Phillips to some. If you have received a phone call such as this and have further details to provide, please contact Court Administration at (352) 374-3638. If you ever have any questions related to Jury Duty, you can call our Jury Information Line directly at (352) 337-6238.

2015-16 Annual Report

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