Hillsborough County Criminal Justice Misdemeanor Judge Assignments:
Who is my judge? The judge and division a criminal defendant is assigned to when charged with a misdemeanor, is based on the first letter of their last name.
|Judge:||Location:||Last Name Starts With Letters:|
|Division A Judge
|Courtroom 23||G – O- S- U|
Judge Eric R. Myers
|Courtroom 12||B – F- P|
Judge Scott A. Farr
|Courtroom 24||D – M – N – X – Y|
Judge Lawrence M. Lefler
|Courtroom 20||C – K -R|
Judge John N. Conrad
|Courtroom 22||H – L – W|
Judge Jennifer Gabbard
|Courtroom 31||ALL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES|
Judge Paul T. Jeske
|Courtroom 21||A – E – J – I – Q – T – V – Z|
Judge Margaret Taylor
|Courtroom 17||First Appearances and Emergencies|
Judge Richard A. Weis
|Courtroom 3||Plant City Division|
Judge Artemus E. McNeil
|Courtroom 1||Plant City Division|
Would you like to know more about these judges and what to expect? Call Now 813-800-1111. Criminal Defense Attorney Maj Vasigh knows what to expect and how to deal with these cases.
Hillsborough Court House Downtown Tampa (Take the main entrance on Twiggs St and cross the street to the Criminal Annex using the catwalk on the second floor once you enter)
County Divisions A, B, C, D, E, F, G, O
800 E. Twiggs St.
Tampa, FL 33602.
Hillsborough Courthouse Plant City
Divisions X, P
301 N. Michigan Avenue
Plant City, FL 33563