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ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 9.03, GENERAL ASSIGNMENTS, EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2024

Chief Judge Moseley has signed Administrative Order 9.03, General Assignments, effective May 1, 2024, through December 31, 2024. Noteworthy changes in this AO include the assignment of Judge Jonathan D. Ramsey to Alachua County Civil Division V and Judge Kristine Van Vorst to County Criminal Division III.  https://circuit8.org/eighth-judicial-circuit-court/administrative-orders-2/

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Operation Green Light

Have a suspended license? Overdue court obligations or traffic tickets? Operation Green Light is a great opportunity to pay-off old obligations and get back on the road while saving up to 25% in collection agency fees. Operation Green Light in the Eighth Circuit begins on April 8. The links below provide additional information in Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy,...

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Jurors


The Court recognizes that jury service may impose a hardship on citizens.  Every effort is made to ensure that each juror has a positive experience.  The Judges of the Eighth Judicial Circuit thank you in advance for your service, and we hope that you find your jury service to be an interesting and positive experience.

Self-Help


Pro se means you have chosen to proceed without the assistance of an attorney.  If you are not sure you want to represent yourself, you can contact the Florida Bar’s Lawyer Referral Service to consult with an attorney.  For more information on what a Self Help program can provide, please check the Self Help Section on the Florida Courts website.

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