Florida Supreme Court
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.
In a case that involved a man getting hit in the head with a tomahawk, a divided Florida Supreme Court has ruled that another man involved in an altercation outside a Miami-Dade County bar could be held liable.
A South Florida man who killed two women with a hammer and set them on fire is set to be executed on Thursday at Florida State Prison in Starke.
The Florida Supreme Court dropped a bomb on the Florida Legislature Thursday morning when it ruled that a 2003 law limiting damages in wrongful death medical-malpractice lawsuits is unconstitutional.
The controversial use of the drug midazolam hydrochloride in Florida executions will be the subject of an evidentiary hearing before the state can proceed with the execution of Robert L. Henry, 55.
The Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday the Florida Bar can’t admit immigrants who are in the country illegally.