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This latest edition of Florida Criminal, Traffic Court, Appellate Rules of Procedure, and Rules of Judicial Administration, 2020 Edition is a handy go-to reference that every Florida criminal practitioner should keep close at hand. It features the full text of the Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rules of Traffic Court, Rules of Appellate Procedure, and now also includes the full text of the Rules of Judicial Administration with the committee notes, rule histories, and statutory and rule references for each rule. It also contains important blackletter law from the Florida Statutes, including Chapter 316 on State Uniform Traffic Control, Chapter 318 on Disposition of Traffic Infractions, and Chapters 320 and 322 on motor vehicle and driver licensing. Material from the Florida Administrative Code includes chapters on implied consent for blood alcohol testing, driver's license suspensions and speed measuring devices. Tables of contents in each section and full indexing help you find the material you need quickly and easily.
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Table of contents
Rules of Criminal Procedure
Rules of Traffic Court
Chapter 316. State Uniform Traffic Control
Chapter 318. Disposition of Traffic Infractions
Chapter 320. Motor Vehicle Licenses
Chapter 322. Driver's Licenses
Chapter 11D-8. Implied Consent Program
Chapter 15A-6. Administrative Suspension Review Hearings
Chapter 15B-2. Speed Measuring Devices
Rules of Appellate Procedure
Rules of Judicial Administration