Judicial System

Report NumberRelease DateTitle
17-05 2/17 A Review of the Florida District Courts of Appeal Boundaries and Workload
16-10 12/16 County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2015
15-15 12/15 County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2014
15-13 12/15 A Review of Florida Circuit Courts
15-12 12/15 Review of Florida’s Judicial Qualifications Commission
15-10 11/15 Civil Asset Forfeiture in Florida: Policies and Practices
14-13 12/14 County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2013
14-07 2/14 Options Exist to Modify Use of Driver License Suspension for Non-Driving-Related Reasons
14-02 1/14 Expansion Drug Courts Can Produce Positive Outcomes Through Prison Diversion and Reduced Recidivism
13-12 12/13 Most Pretrial Release Programs Continue to Be Compliant with Statutory Reporting Requirements
13-04 2/13 Juvenile and Adult Incompetent to Proceed Cases and Costs
12-13 12/12 Most Pretrial Release Programs Continue to Comply with Statutory Reporting Requirements
12-02 1/12 Opinions Are Mixed About Sentencing Laws for Painkiller Trafficking
11-27 12/11 Pretrial Release Programs Generally Comply with Statutory Data Collection Requirements
11-21 11/11 Expansion Drug Courts Serving More Prison-Bound Offenders, but Will Not Fully Expend Federal Funds
10-66 12/10 Pretrial Release Programs’ Data Collection Methods and Requirements Could Improve
10-54 10/10 Without Changes, Expansion Drug Courts Unlikely to Realize Expected Cost Savings
10-39 4/10 Zero Tolerance Policy Rescinded and Alternatives Implemented to Address Technical Violations
10-27 3/10 Intermediate Sanctions for Non-Violent Offenders Could Produce Savings
10-11A 1/10 Clerk and Court State Funded Court-Related 2009-10 Fiscal Year Budget Information
10-11 1/10 Little Duplication in Court-Related Services; Clerk/Court Cooperation Should Be Improved
10-08 1/10 Pretrial Release Programs’ Compliance With New Reporting Requirements Is Mixed
09-13 3/09 State’s Drug Courts Could Expand to Target Prison-Bound Adult Offenders
09-06 1/09 Judicial Case Management Practices Vary Throughout State; Better Case Data Needed
08-75 12/08 Pretrial Release Programs Vary Across the State; New Reporting Requirements Pose Challenges
08-17 3/08 Incompetent to Proceed Adjudications Increasing
07-21 3/07 Clerks of Court Generally Are Meeting the System’s Collections Performance Standards
06-63 9/06 Administrative Child Support Order Establishment Process Has Not Yet Produced All Expected Benefits
06-15 2/06 Parole Commission Operations Consistent with Its Mission; Clemency Workload Needs to Be Addressed
05-19 4/05 Electronic Monitoring Should Be Better Targeted to the Most Dangerous Offenders
04-08 1/04 Progress Report: Judicial System Achieves Savings by Implementing Recommendations
04-07 1/04 Court Fine and Fee Collections Can Increase
03-24 3/03 Lack of Uniform Definitions Complicates Funding Article V Based on the Number of Cases Worked
02-10 2/02 Guardian Ad Litem Placement May Shift for Reasons of Funding and Conflict of Interest
01-64 12/01 Justice Administrative Commission, State Attorneys, and Public Defenders
01-54 11/01 Many Article V Trial Courts Funding Issues Still Need to Be Resolved
01-52 11/01 Performance of Collateral Counsels Improved; Registry Accountability Needs to Be Revisited
00-12 9/00 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators
99-58 6/00 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators
99-38 3/00 Courts Improve Caseload System; Need to Address Supplemental Resources
98-46 1/99 Information Brief on the State Courts System's Development of a Delphi-Based Weighted Caseload System
98-39 1/99 Child Support Enforcement Demonstration Projects Show Mixed Results, But Should Be Continued
97-67 3/98 Information Brief on Weighted Caseload Methods of Assessing Judicial Workload and Certifying the Need for Additional Judges
97-63 3/98 Review of Adherence to Child Support Guidelines
97-36 1/98 Review of the Efficiency of the Two-Tiered Trial Court System and the Process for Certifying Judges
97-05 7/97 Follow-up Report on the Review of Public Guardianship Within the State Court System
96-59 2/97 Supplemental Analyses Child Support Collection and Disbursement Clerks of Circuit Court
96-44 1/97 Evaluation of Child Welfare Legal Services Pilot Projects
96-28 1/97 Review of the Collection and Disbursement Processes of the Florida Child Support Enforcement Program
95-04 9/95 Review of Public Guardianship Within the State Courts System
12384 7/94 Performance Audit of the Use of Non-Prison Sanctions Under Florida's Sentencing Guidelines in the Second Judicial Circuit
12248 2/94 Performance Audit of the Processing of Child Support Cases by the State Courts System and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
94-04 9/94 Performance Review of the Use of the Public Records Modernization Trust Fund
11823 3/92 Performance Audit of the Distribution of Monies Collected From Criminal Fines and Fees Assessed by the State Courts System of Florida
11780 1/92 Performance Audit of the Collection of Fines and Fees Assessed to Convicted Offenders by the State Courts System of Florida
11757 11/91 Performance Audit of the Assessment of Required Criminal Fees Administered by the State Courts System of Florida
11624 4/91 Performance Audit of the Juror Compensation System of the State Courts System Administered by the Supreme Court of Florida
11422 5/90 Performance Audit of the Juror Compensation System of the State Courts System Administered by the Supreme Court of Florida
11408 4/90 Performance Audit of the Petit Jury Management Activities of the State Courts System Administered by the Supreme Court of Florida
10977 1/88 Performance Audit of the Need for Transportation by the Offices of State Attorneys and Public Defenders