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Serving the Citizens of Brevard and Seminole Counties

24-18-b Amended

The Felony Criminal Division of the Circuit Court of Brevard County consists of six divisions designated as Criminal Divisions I, IIA, IIB, IIC, IID and IIE. Judges serving in the Felony Criminal Division shall be appointed as Administrative Judge by the Chief Judge of the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit.

24-18-B AMENDED, SUPERSEDES 24-18-B IN RE: JUDGES – CASELOAD ASSIGNMENTS – ASSIGNMENT OF FELONY CRIMINAL CASES IN CIRCUIT COURT AND COUNTY CRIMINAL CASES FOR BREVARD COUNTY ORDERED 07/15/2024 BY CHARLES G. CRAWFORD

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Categories: ADMINISTRATION, ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, APPOINTMENT OF DUTIES, BREVARD, CASELOAD ASSIGNMENT, CIRCUIT, CRIMINAL, POLICIES & PROCEDURES
Tags: 24-18-B AMENDED, ASSIGNMENT OF CASES, ASSIGNMENT OF FELONY CRIMINAL CASES IN BREVARD, CHARLES G. CRAWFORD, CREATION OF DIVISIONS, DIVISION I, DIVISION II, DIVISION IIA, DIVISION IIB, DIVISION IIC, DIVISION IID, DIVISION IIE, DUTIES OF ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE, RESPONSIBILITIES OF JUDGES, SUPERSEDES 23-20-B 3RD AMENDED, SUPERSEDES 23-20-B AMENDED, SUPERSEDES 24-18-B

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