• Covid-19 Update

    4/1/20: To ensure the safety of the public and court staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, all courthouses within the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit are operating with limited access through April 17th, 2020.  During this time essential court proceedings will be conducted, to the extent possible, telephonically and/or using remote video conferencing capabilities.  Many non-essential court proceedings will be postponed/rescheduled.  Please click here for more information

  • Covid-19 Update

    4/1/20: To ensure the safety of the public and court staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, all courthouses within the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit are operating with limited access through April 17th, 2020.  During this time essential court proceedings will be conducted, to the extent possible, telephonically and/or using remote video conferencing capabilities.  Many non-essential court proceedings will be postponed/rescheduled.  Please click here for more information

  • Covid-19 Update

    4/1/20: To ensure the safety of the public and court staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, all courthouses within the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit are operating with limited access through April 17th, 2020.  During this time essential court proceedings will be conducted, to the extent possible, telephonically and/or using remote video conferencing capabilities.  Many non-essential court proceedings will be postponed/rescheduled.  Please click here for more information

  • Covid-19 Update

    4/1/20: To ensure the safety of the public and court staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, all courthouses within the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit are operating with limited access through April 17th, 2020.  During this time essential court proceedings will be conducted, to the extent possible, telephonically and/or using remote video conferencing capabilities.  Many non-essential court proceedings will be postponed/rescheduled.  Please click here for more information

  • COVID-19 Update

    4/1/20: To ensure the safety of the public and court staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, all courthouses within the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit are operating with limited access through April 17th, 2020.  During this time essential court proceedings will be conducted, to the extent possible, telephonically and/or using remote video conferencing capabilities.  Many non-essential court proceedings will be postponed/rescheduled.  Please click here for more information

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Welcome to the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida

The Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, one of 20 circuits courts in Florida, serves the citizens of Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee and St. Lucie Counties. We hope you find our website informative and helpful in your interaction with the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit. Within the website, you will find information regarding court programs, judges, contacts and courthouse locations. This website is just one of many steps we have taken to make our courts more accessible to the community. On behalf of all the judges who serve you in the 19th Judicial Circuit, welcome to our website.

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Latest Events

Judge Steven Levin and Judge Laurie Buchanan discussed dependency court.

The second session of the community outreach event, Your Courts Up Close, was held on February 25, 2020. Your Courts Up Close is a free event hosted by Judge Daryl Isenhower of St. Lucie County. This session included the topics of family, dependency court, child resources and the Guardian Ad Litem Program.

Judge Steven Levin…

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Established in 2017, Your Courts Up Close is a free four week class that gives participants a behind-the-scenes look at the court system.

St. Lucie County Judge Daryl Isenhower, the program’s creator, facilitates the presentations made by local judges on a variety of topics.

Dates for Your Courts Up Close 2020.

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The first session of the year for the community outreach event, Your Courts Up Close, was successfully held on February 18, 2020. Your Courts Up Close is a free event hosted by Judge Daryl Isenhower of St. Lucie County. The Nineteenth Judicial Circuit has hosted this program annually for the past four years.

During the first…