Florida Supreme Court
In a major victory for the online-travel industry, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday rejected arguments that companies such as Expedia and Travelocity should pay more in county tourist-development taxes.
Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a bill that would allow children to secretly record people who rape them.
A southwest Florida man who was previously sentenced to life in prison for sexually assaulting his stepdaughter has been acquitted at his second trial.
A Florida judge, accused of punching an attorney, may soon be finding himself in the judicial penalty box.
People needing help with divorces, foreclosures or child support could use public computers at libraries, shopping malls or courthouses as a type of legal “triage” under a proposal approved Friday by the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice.
A Miami-Dade County judge faces a $10,000 fine, a 30-day suspension without pay and other punishment because of alleged misconduct involving comments she made during an election campaign and notes she took while hearing a case.
The Florida Supreme Court ruled House members do not have to return to the capitol for the end of the 2015 session.
A proposed punishment for Broward Circuit Judge Cynthia Imperato, who was convicted of DUI, has been rejected by the state’s Supreme Court.
Democrat’s in the Florida Senate filed a lawsuit against the Florida House over its abrupt end to the 2015 legislative session.
The Florida Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by a man sent to Death Row for his involvement in the 2004 murders of six people.