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Circuit Appellate Panel

On July 1, 2013, a new three judge panel system was implemented in the 17th Judicial Circuit, to preside over county to circuit civil appeals. With a process pattern similar to the 4th District Court of Appeals, this panel will preside not only over county to circuit civil appeals, but also preside over petitions for extraordinary writs seeking mandamus, quo warranto, certiorari, prohibition or habeas corpus relief whether the appeal originates from county civil or county criminal.

Beginning July 1, 2015, all pending county criminal appeals and civil traffic infraction appeals will be transferred to the newly established circuit criminal division AC, as outlined in Administrative Order 2015-18-Gen.

Judges presiding on the Circuit Civil & Criminal Appellate Panel are on a six-month rotation schedule.

Circuit Civil Appellate Panel (July 2016 - December 2016):

Honorable John Bowman (presiding), the Honorable William W. Haury Jr., and the Honorable Mily R. Powell

*NEW* 

By Administrative Order, Judges Haury, Bowman and Powell shall have their panel’s jurisdiction extended through April 28, 2016 to complete cases assigned during their term

* NEW* Circuit Civil Appellate Panel (January 2017 - June 2017):

Honorable Sandra Perlman (presiding), the Honorable Jeffrey Levenson, and the Honorable John Murphy

COUNTY TO CIRCUIT CIVIL OPINIONS

Circuit Criminal Appellate Panel (January 2016 - June 2016):

Honorable Andrew Siegel (presiding), the Honorable David Haimes, and the Honorable Michael Usan

Circuit Criminal Appellate Panel (July 2016 - December 2016):

Honorable Michael Robinson (presiding), the Honorable Dennis Bailey, and the Honorable Michael Rothschild

Guidelines for Communication with Appellate Division

Administrative Order establishing the panel