Supreme Court Orders New Sentencing In Juvenile Rape CaseA divided Florida Supreme Court has ordered the resentencing for a man who at age 15 raped a pregnant woman at knifepoint.
State Taking Death Penalty Issue To U.S. Supreme CourtThe state plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit a case in which justices struck down as unconstitutional Florida's death-penalty.
Three Names Sent To Scott For Supreme Court OpeningThe Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission sent a list of judges to Gov. Rick Scott late Monday.
High Court Hopefuls Pitch Conservative CredentialsThe 11 candidates hoping to join the Florida Supreme Court present a stark contrast to Justice James E.C. Perry.
Video Hearings Challenged In Mental Health CasesPublic defenders look to have videoconference hearings in mental health cases blocked.
Broward Judge To Face Public ReprimandA Broward County circuit judge will receive a public reprimand from the Florida Supreme Court.
Justices Say Insurer Required To Foot Legal FeesThe Florida Supreme Court rules a property insurer must pay the attorneys' fees of a homeowner in sinkhole case.
Justices Urged To End Dispute Over Escaped Patient's DeathThe lawsuit started with an unusual set of circumstances: an escaped patient's death on the highway.
Second Chance For Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate After Bid Canceled Over Check MistakeIt’s another South Florida election mess up, with the results tossed today by the Florida Supreme Court.
Justices Order New Election In Qualifying Check CaseFlorida Supreme Court ordered a new mayoral election in Miami Gardens after the disqualification of a candidate over a returned check.
Rivera Takes Long Running Ethics Case To Supreme CourtFormer state lawmaker and Congressman David Rivera has taken a long-running ethics case to the Florida Supreme Court.
Perry Exit Allows Scott To Place Imprint On High CourtGov. Rick Scott will make his first appointment to the Florida Supreme Court after Justice James E.C. Perry announced he will retire.