State Supreme Court To Hear Miami-Dade 'Stand Your Ground' DisputeThe Florida Supreme Court next week will hear arguments in a closely watched case about whether a controversial 2017 change to the state’s “stand your ground” self-defense law should apply to older cases.
Florida Supreme Court Impanels Grand Jury On School SafetyThe Florida Supreme Court on Monday impaneled a statewide grand jury to investigate whether school districts are complying with mandatory safety requirements following last February’s mass shooting in Parkland.
Florida Supreme Court Warns Of Email ScamsThe Florida Supreme Court is warning about email scams by fraudsters who use fake court letterhead to bilk people out of money.
New Florida Supreme Court Justices Hear First CasesGov. Ron DeSantis’ three selections to the Florida Supreme Court heard their first set of oral arguments Wednesday, further signaling a major change on the seven-member court.
Gov. DeSantis Names Miami-Born Justice To State's Supreme CourtFresh off his inauguration day, Governor Ron DeSantis announced his first appointment to the state's Supreme Court at Miami's Freedom Tower.
Florida Supreme Court Rejects Challenge On School FundingA sharply divided Florida Supreme Court rejected a nearly decade-old lawsuit Friday that claimed the state isn’t living up to its constitutional requirement to provide a “high quality” education for all.
Miami Soccer Stadium Dispute Headed To Florida Supreme CourtThe Florida Supreme Court could end up resolving a legal dispute about Miami-Dade County’s decision to sell land to soccer star David Beckham and his business partners to build a Major League Soccer stadium.
Florida Supreme Court Turns Down Uber Records CaseThe Florida Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up an appeal filed by a subsidiary of Uber Technologies.
Broward Judge Could Face Discipline For 'Misconduct' From Florida Supreme CourtA Broward County circuit judge could receive a public reprimand from the Florida Supreme Court because of what court documents described as “misconduct’ during a criminal trial.
Florida Supreme Court: Police Cleared To Use ‘Stand Your Ground’ DefenseSiding with a Broward County sheriff’s deputy who fatally shot a man, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ruled that law-enforcement officers can use the state’s “stand your ground” self-defense law to be shielded from prosecution.
Florida Supreme Court Refuses To Halt ExecutionThe Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to halt the scheduled Thursday evening execution of Death Row inmate Jose Antonio Jimenez.