Social Media Terms of Use

We welcome your comments and questions via our different social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.

Code of Conduct

The 20th Judicial Circuit Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) welcomes comments to posts and sharing information they contain. But, all content posted must be respectful and relevant to the subject being discussed. Please do not include any personal information about you or anyone else. This includes your address, email address, or phone number. Please do not post any case specific inquiries. We will review tweets, messages, and posts, but cannot commit to replying.

Inappropriate Comments

The 20th Judicial Circuit AOC has the right to hide or delete inappropriate content. Repeated inappropriate comments or failure to follow guidelines will result in the user being blocked without further notice. Content that violates the social media platform’s policies may be reported.

  • Do not post content that is irrelevant, inaccurate, hateful, graphic, obscene, racist, violent, vulgar or disrespectful.
  • Do not post content that constitutes or solicits an act that violates law, Rules of Court, or the Code of Judicial Conduct.
  • Do not post attacks, threats or complaints against others.
  • Do not post solicitations or advertisements. This includes posts that endorse or promote any political, financial or commercial entity, product or service as well as posts that defame any political, financial or commercial entity, product or service.
  • Do not post comments or link to material that suggests or encourages illegal activity. Also, avoid posting potentially libelous comments.

External Links

The 20th Judicial Circuit AOC social media accounts may contain links to external websites. Please note that the appearance of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement.


We update and monitor our social media accounts during regular business hours. Any comments you post can be shared with the public or third parties without further notice. All comments and postings are subject to Florida’s broad public records laws. All posts are subject to the Terms of Service of the host site.

You cannot transact any court business using social media. Requests for information, including public record requests, must be made in person, by mail, or to the Public Information Officer.