The State Attorney’s Office will be closed to the public in response to this pandemic. If you have received a letter or subpoena requiring you to appear at the State Attorney’s Office, please call the following number, 352-374-3670, to determine if that meeting has been rescheduled or can be handled remotely. Due to Covid-19, our response to Public Records Request will be delayed. Changes or updates will be posted here. Please check back periodically.
The State Attorney is charged under Florida law with being the chief prosecuting officer for his judicial circuit and the counties in it.
Florida statutes and criminal rules define those duties, which are primarily focused on criminal offenders.
The State Attorney, with his appointed Assistants and other staff, appear in the courts to represent the interests of justice and of the people.