Division of Elections Opinions

http://dos.myflorida.com/elections/laws-rules/advisory-opinions/advisory-opinions-by-year/

The Division of Election provides advisory opinions to supervisors of elections, candidates, local officers having election related duties, political parties, political committees, committees of continuous existence or other persons or organizations engaged in political activity, relating to any provisions or possible violations of Florida election laws.

Use the link listed above to search the database of opinions like the subjects listed below:

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Florida Attorney General Opinions

 http://myfloridalegal.com/ago.nsf/opinions

Issuing legal opinions to governmental agencies has long been a function of the Office of the Attorney General.  Attorney General Opinions serve to provide legal advice on questions of statutory interpretation and can provide guidance to public bodies as an alternative to costly litigation.  Opinions of the Attorney General, however, are not law.  They are advisory only and are not binding in a court of law.  Attorney General Opinions are intended to address only questions of law, not questions of fact, mixed questions of fact and law, or questions of executive, legislative or administrative policy.