2004 Florida Statutes
Marshal of district court; appointment; duties.
(1) Each of the district courts of appeal shall appoint a marshal who shall hold office during the pleasure of the court.
(2) He or she shall have the power to execute the process of the court throughout the state, and in any county may deputize the sheriff or a deputy sheriff for such purpose.
(3) The marshal shall, under the direction of the district court of appeal be custodian of the headquarters occupied by the court and shall perform such other duties as directed by the court.
(4) The marshal and his or her assistants shall be the conservators of the peace in the headquarters of the district court of appeal, or in any building in which the district court of appeal is sitting, and shall apprehend, without warrant, any person disturbing the peace and deliver that person to the appropriate law enforcement officer of the municipality or county in which further proceedings may be held according to law.
(5) The marshal and his or her assistants shall attend and successfully complete a minimum standards training program approved by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission within the Department of Law Enforcement.
History.--s. 1, ch. 57-248; s. 2, ch. 80-145; s. 5, ch. 83-167; s. 204, ch. 95-147; s. 4, ch. 95-325.