Florida Supreme Court
The race for governor in the state of Florida could have some interesting effects depending on who is elected.
News media organizations are asking Florida’s Supreme Court to make public the documents used in Florida’s redistricting trial.
The nation’s No. 2 cigarette maker is vowing to fight a jury verdict of $23.6 billion in punitive damages in a lawsuit filed by the widow of a longtime smoker who died of lung cancer.
The Florida Supreme Court began an annual summer break last week, taking a breather from its routine of issuing opinions each Thursday in complex legal disputes and the steady flow of death-penalty appeals.
The Florida Supreme Court approved a series of changes Thursday aimed at improving the death-penalty appeals process.
The Florida Supreme Court will consider whether convicted felons have the right to claim immunity under the state’s controversial “stand your ground” self-defense law, even if they are barred from possessing guns in the first place.
Jorge Labarga, set to be the state’s first Cuban-American Chief of Justice, will be sworn-in Monday by the Florida Supreme Court.
The conviction of a Florida death row inmate has been tossed by the state’s Supreme Court after new DNA evidence raised doubt as to whether he murdered a woman nearly 30 years ago.
A highly unusual statement came out of the 1st District Court of Appeal Thursday on the drawing on new political maps.
A coalition of voting-rights groups failed to prove during a recent trial that congressional districts drawn by lawmakers in 2012 violated constitutional standards for redistricting, according to a filing by attorneys for the Legislature.