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    I am specifically trying to compare district courts to the state supreme court including funding source and what happens on each level

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    The funding sources will differ state to state, but I have provided an overview and summary for the state of Florida. The funding source for district courts in the state of Florida entail revenue from court filing fees flowing into the State Courts Revenue Trust Fund. Florida's trust fund relies heavily on foreclosure filing fees as its principal source of revenue. Trial courts in Florida have previously been funded by the 67 individual counties that each court was identified with. Appellate courts were funded by the State but the state's system of county-by-county funding variations resulted in variations of funding ...

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    This solution of 370 words compares Florida's district courts to the state supreme court in terms of funding source and what happens on each level. Reference used is included.