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... Facts About Florida ...

Florida was admitted to the United States as the 27th State on March 3, 1845.

State Capitol: Tallahassee   State Bird: Mockingbird
Governor: Charlie Crist   State Animal: Florida Panther
Lt. Governor: Jeff Kottkamp   State Tree: Sabal Palm
Number of Counties: 67   State Flower: Orange Blossom
State Nickname: The Sunshine State   State Song: The Swanee River
State Motto: "In God We Trust"   State Seashell: Horse Conch
State Beverage: Orange Juice   State Gem: Moonstone
State Stone: Agatized Coral   State Wildflower: Coreopsis
State Butterfly: Zebra Longwing   State Reptile: Alligator
State Marine Mammal: Manatee   State Saltwater Mammal: Porpoise
State Freshwater Fish: Largemouth Bass   State Saltwater Fish: Sailfish

Florida Cities ...

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Florida Counties ...

Florida Counties ( 67 ) & County Seats

County
County Seat
 
County
County Seat
Alachua Gainesville   Lake Tavares
Baker Macclenny   Lee Fort Myers
Bay Panama City   Leon Tallahassee
Bradford Starke   Levy Bronson
Brevard ... and ...
County Clerk of Courts
Titusville   Liberty Bristol
Broward Fort Lauderdale   Madison Madison
Calhoun * Blountstown   Manatee Bradenton
Charlotte ... and ...
Charlotte - Official
Charlotte - Depts.
Punta Gorda   Marion - BoCC Ocala
Citrus - BoCC Inverness   Martin Stuart
Clay - BoCC ... and ...
Clay - Sheriff
Green Cove Springs   Monroe Key West
Collier East Naples   Nassau Fernandina Beach
Columbia Lake City   Okaloosa Crestview
Dade - (Portal)
MiamiDade.gov
Miami   Okeechobee Okeechobee
DeSoto Arcadia   Orange Orlando
Dixie - (Portal) Cross City   Osceola Kissimmee
Duval - Jacksonville Jacksonville   Palm Beach - BoCC West Palm Beach
Escambia Pensacola   Pasco Dade City
Flagler Bunnell   Pinellas Clearwater
Franklin Apalachicola   Polk Bartow
Gadsden - C of C Quincy   Putnam Palatka
Gilchrist Trenton   St. Johns St. Augustine
Glades Moore Haven   St. Lucie Fort Pierce
Gulf Port St. Joe   Santa Rosa Milton
Hamilton Jasper   Sarasota Sarasota
Hardee Wauchula   Seminole Sanford
Hendry LaBelle   Sumter Bushnell
Hernando Brooksville   Suwannee Live Oak
Highlands Sebring   Taylor Perry
Hillsborough Tampa   Union Lake Butler
Holmes * Bonifay   Volusia DeLand
Indian River Vero Beach   Wakulla Crawfordville
Jackson Marianna   Walton DeFuniak Springs
Jefferson Monticello   Washington Chipley
Lafayette Mayo


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State of Florida ...

Florida Governor and Cabinet

The 1998 Constitutional Revision Commission proposed and Florida voters approved the reduction of the Florida Cabinet from six members and the Governor to three members and the Governor. The reduction took place January 7, 2003.

Office
Office Holder
Governor
Office of Governor
John Ellis "Jeb" Bush (R)
Attorney General
Department of Legal Affairs
Charles J. "Charlie" Crist (R)
Commissioner
Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Charles H. Bronson
Chief Financial Officer
Dept. of Financial Services
C. Thomas "Tom" Gallagher, III


http://dlis.dos.state.fl.us/fgils/government.html

 


Florida Judicial System

Federal Courts

There are three U.S. District Courts in Florida. They hear cases involving violations of federal statues that occur within each court's jurisdiction. Appeals of verdicts from these courts are heard by the Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • U.S. District Court (North Florida) - Tallahassee.
  • U.S. District Court (Mid-Florida) - Jacksonville.
  • U.S. District Court (South Florida) - Miami.
  • U.S. Court of Appeals - Eleventh Circuit - Atlanta, Georgia.

Florida State Courts

In addition to the Florida Supreme Court, there are five District Courts of Appeal, 20 Circuit Courts, and 67 County Courts in Florida.

Florida has 20 Judicial Circuits:

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State of Florida - Other ...

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Home Pages of Other States ...

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Armed Forces (the Americas) - AA
Armed Forces (Europe) - AE
Armed Forces (Pacific) - AP



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