Florida Chief Justice To Undergo Cancer SurgeryFlorida Supreme Court Chief Justice Jorge Labarga will undergo surgery this month for removal of a kidney after being diagnosed with cancer, the court announced Friday.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Congressional DistrictsA bitterly divided Florida Supreme Court threw out eight congressional districts Thursday in a long-awaited ruling, ordering the Legislature to redraw the lines within the next 100 days.
Supreme Court Backs Online Travel Firms In Tax FightIn a major victory for the online-travel industry, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday rejected arguments that companies such as Expedia and Travelocity should pay more in county tourist-development taxes.
Justices Back Family Of Athlete Who CollapsedThe Florida Supreme Court sided with a family that filed a negligence suit against the Lee County School Board after a 15-year-old boy collapsed during a high-school soccer game in 2008.
Supreme Court Rejects Cell-Phone Tracking By PoliceThe Florida Supreme court said police will need warrants before tracking criminal suspects using their cell-phone information.
Governor's Race Will Also Shape Florida Supreme Court The race for governor in the state of Florida could have some interesting effects depending on who is elected.
Justices Revamp Rules For Death Penalty Appeals The Florida Supreme Court approved a series of changes Thursday aimed at improving the death-penalty appeals process.
State Supreme Court Asked To Unplug FP&L Rate Hikes Florida's Supreme Court is being asked to overturn a rate increase approved last year for the state's largest utility, Florida Power & Light.
FL Supreme Court Justices Lewis, Pariente, And Quince Keep Seats Three Supreme Court justices targeted by social conservatives and the Republican Party of Florida easily survived merit retention votes Tuesday.
Supreme Court To Legislature: Fix Senate RedistrictingJust hours before adjourning the 2012 session of the Florida legislature, lawmakers learned they will barely have time to go home and see the kids before heading back to Tallahassee, after Gov. Scott called a 15-day extraordinary session beginning Wednesday to deal with a redistricting plan rejected by the Florida Supreme Court.