This category is for primary resources relating to the laws of Florida, including the state Constitution, case law, and statutory law.
Provides resources for state residents including child support statutes, guidelines, payments, and legislation as well as tools for locating missing parents and establishing paternity.
Legal news, information and state government resources.
Lists cases and rulings by year from 1975 to present. Rules, calendar, compensation claims, phone extension directory, self-representation rules, online case filing for attorneys.
Online text of periodical documenting proposed and approved changes to state code [PDF], indexed by date from 1999 to the present. Online submissions.
Official site with links on crime and prevention, victims' rights, consumer protection and civil rights. Archive of news releases by year from 1995 to the present. Also available in Spanish and six other languages.
Online search of state bills, laws, and court opinions with links to agencies and legal journals, maintained by attorney James Wyman.
From the Florida Bar, a collection including rules of civil, criminal, probate, workers' compensation, traffic, small claims, juvenile, appellate, and family law. PDF format.
Text of the state's laws and constitution as currently in effect and over the past several years, from the official state senate site. Search by session year, chamber, bill number or keywords.
Downloadable [PDF] text of state laws by year enacted from 1975 to the present, including memorials, resolutions and local laws. Cross references include Bill-to-Law and Mini-Title-to-Law.
Compilation of county and municipal codes and ordinances. Alphabetical listings of localities, then indexed by chapter and sub-chapter. Also searchable within the code of each locality.
Official site for public defender based in Tampa. Staff email directory.
Office of the State Attorney in Florida's 12th Circuit - DeSoto, Manatee, and Sarasota Counties.
Searchable directory of Florida tax laws, from corporate to dry cleaning.
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