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William "Willie" N. Meggs

State Attorney, 2nd Judicial Circuit


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Willie Meggs

Florida is divided geographically into twenty judicial circuits. Here in the Second Circuit we serve a population of over 300,000 in the six counties of Leon, Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, and Wakulla. The Constitution of the State of Florida empowers the State Attorney as the prosecuting officer of all circuit and county trial courts. Many states call this position the "District Attorney." The State Attorney processes all criminal cases presented by law enforcement officers who have charged persons with felonies, misdemeanors, traffic crimes like DUI or reckless driving, acts of juvenile delinquency, and some violations of county or municipal ordinances. As your State Attorney, I have a semi-judicial role in leading my staff of over 42 attorneys to apply our state criminal laws fairly and consistently to seek to convict the guilty while protecting the innocent.

In order to to be successful, we must have the cooperation of our citizens in serving juries and testifying when needed as a victim or other witness. If you are a victim or witness you will receive as much information as possible about the legal process and your rights. We have a Victim/Witness Assistance Unit to help you through your encounter with the criminal justice system. This statement and the information contained at this site is prepared with you in mind so that you may have a general knowledge of the criminal court processes and your rights and responsibilities. I sincerely hope it will assist you, as our partner, in reaching our mutual goals.

Very truly yours,

William N. Meggs
State Attorney

State Attorney's Office
Leon County Courthouse
301 South Monroe Street, Suite 475
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2550
(850) 606-6000
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Last Update 04.22.10

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