Administrative Orders are directives that are necessary to properly administer the court’s affairs but are not inconsistent with the Florida Constitution, the Florida Rules of Court, or with administrative orders entered by the Supreme Court of Florida.

Orders are grouped by their jurisdiction: circuit-wide and individual counties.

Please note that this website may not represent the current set of Administrative Orders and Local Rules for the circuit. For the current list of Orders and Rules, please contact the General Counsel’s Office, Tavares, Florida at 352-253-1603.

S-2020-14

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER REGARDING RESCHEDULING OF MATTERS CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19 COURT CLOSURE, S-2020-14

M-2020-17-B

AMENDED ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER REGARDING MARION COUNTY CLERK OF COURT HOURS OF OPERATION

C-2020-19-D

AMENDED ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER REGARDING BODY TEMPERATURE SCREENING BEFORE ALLOWING ACCESS TO THE CITRUS COUNTY COURTHOUSE

C-2020-16-A

Administrative Order Regarding Use of Uniform Notice to Appear For Misdemeanor Offenses During Covid 19 Emergency

A-2020-43

Administrative Order Authorizing Limited Additional “In-Person” Trial Court Criminal Proceedings in Phase 2

A-2020-36

Administrative Order Suspending Requirement that Batterers’ Intervention Program Providers meet with Participants In-Person

A-2020-35

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER CLARIFYING THE EXPIRATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER A-2020-24, SUSPENDING BOND FORFEITURE DEADLINES

A-2020-30

Administrative Order Authorizing Out of Custody Change of Plea Hearings to be Conducted In-Person in the Interest of Justice

A-2020-23

Administrative Order Suspending Execution of Writs of Bodily Attachment in Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement Case Unless Secondary to a Criminal Arrest

A-2020-22

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER CONCERNING NO BOND FOR QUARANTINE/ISOLATION VIOLATION RELATED TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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