The Florida Bar’s Rules of Judicial Administration Committee has proposed changes to the rules governing judicial administration to modify how attorneys appear in a case, define an attorney of record, and create the designations of lead counsel, additional counsel, and limited representation counsel. The Florida Bar’s Criminal Procedure Rules Committee, Appellate Court Rules Committee and Juvenile Court Rules Committee proposed changes to their respective bodies of rules to address any conflicts with the proposed amendments to the Rules of Judicial Administration and to provide certain exceptions to those rules.

Watch more from 6/7/17:

In Re: Amendments to the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration – 2017 Regular Cycle Report, SC17-155

Dennis Glover v. State, SC15-1578

Gregory Presley v. State, SC16-2089


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