Florida Supreme Court
A former South Florida cop convicted of killing nine people more than two decades ago is one step closer to his execution.
Two rulings by the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday could give a legal boost to drivers who slam into the back side of vehicles.
Drivers fined after they were caught on camera running a red light may be in for a refund down the road.
All week CBS4 has been taking a closer look at the 11 constitutional amendments on your November ballot. The questions include major changes to property taxes, abortion rights, and the separation of church and state. This article focuses on Amendment 8.
The execution of mass killer John Errol Ferguson will take place later this month after the Florida Supreme Court ruled he is sane and can therefore be executed by the state for the murders of eight victims more than 30-years ago.
This week CBS4 has been taking a closer look at the 11 constitutional amendments on the ballot in the November elections. The amendments can be quite confusing and at the same time carry significant impact.
This month’s execution of a convicted murderer will continue as planned after the Florida Supreme Court ruled that a judge properly denied a mental competency hearing.
In a case that may affect thousands of families, the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Honduran couple living in Key Biscayne with their children are entitled to a homestead exemption.
Lawyers for a Florida death row inmate scheduled to be executed later this month will make their case to the state’s highest court on Thursday.
Who has the authority to set tuition rates at Florida’s 12 public universities – the Legislature or the Board of Governors?
On Thursday, the Florida Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in this matter.