Florida Supreme Court
U.S. Supreme court officials announced they will take up a Florida campaign on whether judicial candidates should be allowed to personally solicit campaign contributions.
Gov. Rick Scott has until mid-October to explain to the Florida Supreme Court why he won’t lift the suspension of a South Florida mayor acquitted of federal corruption charges.
The Florida Supreme Court has directed Governor Rick Scott to “show cause” as to why the suspension of suspended Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi not be revoked.
Florida’s main online school has been given the green light by the Florida Supreme Court to sue over trademark infringement.
The Florida Supreme Court has agreed to speed up a case about whether Michael Pizzi should be reinstated as the Mayor of Miami Lakes after being acquitted of federal corruption charges.
A coalition that challenged Florida’s congressional districts is asking the state’s Supreme Court to hear their case.
Rejecting arguments by the city of Aventura, the Florida Supreme Court has refused to reconsider a June ruling which sided with drivers who challenged the local red-light camera ordinances in Aventura and Orlando.
Amid the congressional redistricting lawsuit and its possible effect on elections, there is a similar fight over the state Senate’s map.
A suspended Broward judge pleaded guilty to one charge of driving under the influence under a plea deal on Thursday.
The race for governor in the state of Florida could have some interesting effects depending on who is elected.