Florida Supreme Court
The Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday the Florida Bar can’t admit immigrants who are in the country illegally.
The Supreme Court is now hearing an appeal from a Florida death row inmate and examining IQ scores after the man claimed he’s protected from execution because he’s mentally disabled.
Juan Carlos Chavez, the man who raped, murdered, and then dismembered the body of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce received the state of Florida’s ultimate punishment Wednesday when he was executed.
As Juan Carlos Chavez, the convicted killer of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce, awaits his 6 p.m. scheduled execution at Florida State Prison, he has a detailed schedule that he will follow Wednesday morning and afternoon.
The convicted murderer of nine-year-old Jimmy Ryce, Juan Carlos Chavez, has less than 19 hours to live and his lawyers are spending those hours fighting to extend his life through last minute appeals.
The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a review of the new drug used in the state’s lethal injection cocktail in the case of Paul Augustus Howell, a Death Row inmate scheduled for execution Feb. 26.
The first Cuban-American to serve as chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court will take the post July 1, the court announced Thursday.
Medical marijuana proponents cleared a major hurdle Friday by surpassing the number of signatures required to make it on the November ballot.
Florida Governor Rick Scott suspended the mayor of Tamarac Friday for a second time.
In an effort to cut through the smoke, The Florida Supreme court heard both sides on a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow doctors to prescribe marijuana. Justices are set to issue an opinion on whether the ballot initiative can go before voters in 2014.