1999 Florida Code
TITLE XLVII CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND CORRECTIONS
Chapter 900 General Provisions  
900.03   Courts vested with criminal jurisdiction; process.

900.03  Courts vested with criminal jurisdiction; process.--

(1)  Original jurisdiction in criminal cases is vested in the circuit courts and county courts.

(2)  Courts having criminal jurisdiction may issue writs and process necessary to the exercise of the criminal jurisdiction and the writs and process shall have effect through the state.

History.--RS 2792, 2793; GS 3842, 3843; RGS 5937, 5938; CGL 8203, 8204; s. 10, ch. 65-483; s. 2, ch. 70-339; s. 34, ch. 73-334.

Note.--Former ss. 932.01, 932.02.

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