Florida Supreme Court
A federal appeals court has ruled that a Miami-Dade mass murderer is mentally competent to be executed.
The Florida Supreme Court changed the way the state deals with foreclosure cases clogging up courtrooms Thursday.
Police officers need a warrant if they want to search through photos on a cell phone in possession of a defendant at the time of arrest, the Florida Supreme Court ruled on Thursday.
The trial against Dennis Escobar took more twists and turns Monday as he rejected a plea deal he was expected to take.
A Florida Supreme Court ruling that drug sniffing dogs need to have an “exhaustive set of records” to prove they’re reliable before their evidence can be used just doesn’t pass the smell test, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Judges, take note: you cannot be Facebook friends with the prosecutors in your cases.
Two months ago, utility regulators OK’d an increased in how much you’ll pay for FPL services. Now the state lawyer who represents utility customers said Thursday he will challenge the decision in the Florida Supreme Court.
The Florida Supreme Court voted Thursday to uphold a law requiring public employees to contribute three percent of their income to the state’s pension plan.
A Florida State University law school graduate who is in the country illegally is one step closer to getting license to practice in the state.
A former South Florida cop convicted of killing nine people more than two decades ago is one step closer to his execution.