2010 Florida Statutes
Criminal cases in circuit court to be tried first.
Criminal cases in circuit court to be tried first.—
Cases on the criminal docket shall be tried first at each term of the circuit court, if they can be tried without injury to the interests of the state or defendant. Cases presented by the grand jury during a term may be tried during the term.
s. 133b, ch. 19554, 1939; CGL 1940 Supp. 8663(140); s. 68, ch. 70-339.