The second session of your Courts Up Close included presenters from Court Administration, Circuit Judge Rebecca White and Circuit Judge Michael Linn. This first part of the session covered matters regarding the function and structure of Court Administration, Problem Solving Courts, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Judge White and…
The first session of Your Courts Up Close was attended by more than 60 registered participants. Topics covered included the functions and responsibilities of the State Attorney’s office and information regarding the appeals process and dynamics of the 4th District Court of Appeals. Presenting the first night were Chief Assistant State…
Established in 2017, Your Courts Up Close 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.
This year, the sessions will be held during the evenings of February 21,…
The Martin County Mental Health Court Newsletter
November, 2022 Edition
The Mental Health Court Newsletter is available to read here
The Nineteenth Judicial Circuit will implement a new problem-solving court in Okeechobee County. Early Childhood Court will begin on October 27th, 2022 in the Okeechobee County Courthouse with the Honorable Rebecca White presiding.
To wind down Opioid and Stimulant Awareness Month, please join the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit as we thank Chloe M. for having the courage and allowing us the opportunity to share her courageous story of addiction and her experience in drug court.
On Friday, September 23, 2022, the Guardian ad Litem held a swearing in ceremony at the Saint Lucie County Courthouse. Chief Judge Schwab swore in 15 new volunteers as Certified Guardian Ad Litem volunteers for the 19th Circuit.
Please join the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit as we educate and raise awareness during the month of September for Opioid and Stimulant Awareness Month.
Constitution Week commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who are born in the U.S. or by naturalization, have become citizens.
“ Judge Jeff Hendriks was a guest instructor at Martin County High School mentoring students on the concepts of…