AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990, DESIGNATION OF RESPONSIBLE PERSON AND INTERNAL GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE FOR THE SUPREME COURT AND STATE COURTS SYSTEM, AND FLORIDA RULES OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION (RULE 2.540) (AMENDS & REPLACES 2005-019)
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Notice to the public
The Code of Judicial Conduct governing behavior by judges forbids judges to discuss pending cases with the public or parties to cases. Please do not call the Court expecting to speak with a judge about any case. The Court is only allowed to consider evidence and arguments made in the courtroom and in documents properly filed by actual parties in the case as authorized by law and the Rules of Court. The Court cannot ethically read or consider any other evidence or arguments about the case. Ex parte communications also applies to the General Magistrate & Hearing Officers.
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