So sweeping was the breadth of changes the Legislature intended to inflict on the Florida judiciary, it helps to summarize the session by listing what won’t happen.

The state Supreme Court won’t split in two, and it won’t be packed with three new Republican-picked justices. The Florida Bar won’t be removed from the selection of Judicial Nominating Commission members. Circuit judges won’t be treated like factory workers — with an offer of incentive pay for the speedier processing of cases.

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