Florida Supreme Court
The Florida Supreme Court has ruled all red light cameras installed by cities before 2010 were illegal and cities, like Aventura, may now have to return all those fines back to drivers.
A former judge has been disbarred for her handing of a murder case while she was in a relationship with a prosecutor.
Attorneys for a suspended Broward County judge are asking the Florida Supreme Court to allow her to continue getting paid while she undergoes treatment for a drinking problem.
A Broward County judge accused of driving drunk and injuring a young man in an accident has been suspended from the bench without pay while an investigation into her actions moves forward.
Open-government advocates are backing a lawsuit filed Wednesday in the Florida Supreme Court, challenging the constitutionality of a 2013 law that allows elected officials to put financial assets in blind trusts that do not offer detailed public disclosure of the holdings.
The Florida Supreme Court will be able to grant the law licenses now that Gov. Rick Scott has signed the measure into law.
From child welfare to cleaning up water pollution, Florida legislators planned to end this year’s session by approving a record state budget.
The Florida Legislature appears to have solved the riddle of juvenile sentencing on its fourth try.
Employers in Florida cannot discriminate against pregnant women under the state’s civil rights act.
After struggling in the past to resolve the issue, the Florida House on Tuesday unanimously approved a bill that would change juvenile-sentencing laws in cases of murders and other serious felonies.