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State Attorney, 2nd Judicial Circuit

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Welcome to the State Attorney's Office for the Second Judicial Circuit

      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.

      This office serves the 2nd Judicial Circuit of Florida.  Located in the Florida Panhandle, the 2nd Judicial Circuit encompasses Leon, Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, and Wakulla counties.  The main office is located in Tallahassee, Leon County.

      Our circuit is home to over 386,000 residents, several universities and colleges, and some of the most beautiful recreational land and beaches in the State of Florida.  We are committed to making Tallahassee and the surrounding counties a vibrant and safe place to live, work, and play.

Mission Statement

      The Mission of the State Attorney’s Office for the Second Judicial Circuit is to serve the community through reducing crime and helping to mitigate the catastrophic impact that crime has on victims and offenders, their families, and society as a whole.  This includes proactively addressing the causes of criminal behavior, working to achieve justice after a crime has been committed, and using creative strategies to lower recidivism.

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Last Update 03.27.17

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