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Article V Section 18 Florida Constitution – Public Defenders

Article V Section 18 Florida Constitution

Article V Section 18 Florida Constitution is about Public Defenders. Article V is titled Judiciary, it has 21 sections.

Public Defenders

In each judicial circuit a public defender shall be elected for a term of four years, who shall perform duties prescribed by general law. A public defender shall be an elector of the state and reside in the territorial jurisdiction of the circuit and shall be and have been a member of the Bar of Florida for the preceding five years. Public defenders shall appoint such assistant public defenders as may be authorized by law.


See also: Article V Section 17 Florida Constitution

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