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    Tour Questions? call 850.921.9446

    Students on "The Bench" during a Mock Oral Argument

     

    SCHEDULING A TOUR

     

    Tour Schedule:

     

    The FLORIDA SUPREME COURT ORAL ARGUMENT DATES ARE LISTED BELOW.

    2014 (tentative)

    September: 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

    October: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

    November: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

    December: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    Information about observing oral arguments.

    NOTE:

    The Florida Supreme Court reserves the right change the type of tour requested based on scheduling conflicts, staffing constraints or changes in the nature of the tour.

    The Florida Supreme Court reserves the right to cancel any tours that conflict with its normal operation of business.


    Additional Information:

    • Mock Oral Argument programs are for groups of no more than 25 students at a time. For more information please contact Emilie Rietow (e-mail) in the Public Information Office at 850.921.9446.

    To Schedule a Tour:

    Call Emilie Rietow at 850.921.9446 or email: Emilie Rietow (e-mail)

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    Please note: The Florida Supreme Court reserves the the right to cancel any tours that conflict with its normal operation of business.

    Cost to Tour the Court:

    There is no cost to visitors.

    General Information:

    No food or drinks are allowed in the Courtroom. All visitors will pass through a metal detector. Groups visiting the court should arrive a few minutes prior to their scheduled tour to accommodate these procedures.

    No guns, knives or other items construed as a weapon are allowed in the building.

    Accessibility:

    Please notify the Marshal's Office at 850.488.8845 of any person needing a special accommodation to visit the Court so that advance arrangements can be made. Also note that our wheel-chair entrance is located at the rear of the building (Bronough Street).

    Parking:

    Visitor Parking is available in the Kleman Plaza Parking Garage located one block north of the Supreme Court Building. See www.tallahasseedowntown.com for additional parking