Pine Hills is a neighborhood of Orlando in Orange County, Florida. Pine Hills is considered a very ethnically diverse community and currently is a minority-majority neighborhood with many Cuban, Jamaican, Puerto Rican, Vietnamese, Chinese, Cambodian, Korean, and African American residents. Many residents of Pine Hills work for nearby Orlando studios and theme parks.
A number of Pine Hills residents are also lawyers who are familiar with local courts and procedures. Lawyers in Pine Hills regularly take a diverse selection of cases like bankruptcy, child custody, DUI/DWI, personal injury, and immigration visa and deportation cases.
Recently in Pine Hills, golf product manufacturer Ping settled a lawsuit against the United States Golf Association (USGA). The USGA made the 20 year-old irons illegal for tournament play because of their deeper wider grooves. The square grooved wedges are used by the likes of Phil Michelson, John Daly, and Fred Couples but the USGA and Ping tout the settlement as an accomplishment to preserve the game of golf. Other equipment regulations are also in the works.
If you have a lawsuit to file in Pine Hills then you will probably be heading to the Orange County 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
which is the highest trial level court with which you may file in the State of Florida. Circuit courts are responsible for hearing civil, juvenile, contract, and real property cases but retains exclusive jurisdiction over felony, domestic relations, mental health, probate, and appeals from lower courts. If you have an immigration issue in Pine Hills then you’ll likely be visiting the U.S. Immigration Court in Orlando, Florida
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For more information on Pine Hills lawyers and courts please see the links below:
- Orange County, Florida
- U.S. District Court for Central Florida
- Florida Supreme Court Public Law Library