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Judge Scott Bernstein Sworn in as Statewide Chair of Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

Judge Scott Bernstein Sworn in as Statewide Chair of Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

The Honorable Scott Bernstein was sworn in recently as statewide chair of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges.

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Judge Victoria Del Pino Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of County Judges

Judge Victoria Del Pino Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of County Judges

The Honorable Victoria Del Pino was sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of County Judges.

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Judge Beatrice Butchko Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

Judge Beatrice Butchko Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

The Honorable Beatrice Butchko was sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges.

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North Dade Justice Center Law Day 2016

North Dade Justice Center Law Day 2016

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Judge Walsh Sworn In as President of National Association for Women Judges

Judge Walsh Sworn In as President of National Association for Women Judges

The Honorable Lisa Walsh was sworn in as president of the National Association of Women Judges at their annual conference this past October, 2015, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Riviera Preparatory School Student Donates Stuffed Animals to CourtCare as School Community Service Project

Riviera Preparatory School student Sara Feiler, age 17, collected stuffed animals for CourtCare as part of a school community service project and delivered them to Chief Judge Bertila Soto on February 20, 2018.

CourtCare is a partnership between the Miami-Dade Courts and the YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade that offers free child care at several courthouse locations for persons who need to attend court proceedings but may not have anyone to watch their children while they are in court.

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