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Courthouse Visits

The court is happy to host any community groups interested in visiting the courthouse. Contact the community coordinator to tailor a program to your group's needs. A visit may include using interactive historical exhibits to learn the history of the court, the function of the court, and noteworthy cases and lawyers of the court; touring the library; walking through a courtroom; attending a question and answer session with a judge; and learning about the United States Marshals Service, the United States Attorney's Office, the Federal Defender's Office, the United States Probation Office, and the United States Pretrial Services Office.

Call Community Coordinator Amanda Jones at (904) 549-1982 for more information about visiting a courthouse in the Middle District of Florida.