Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Seeks To Block Assault Weapons MeasureAttorney General Ashley Moody wants the Florida Supreme Court to block a proposed constitutional amendment that seeks to prevent possession of assault weapons.
Broward Judge Suspended After Allegations Of Touching, Shaking Court EmployeeThe Florida Supreme court has suspended a Broward judge without pay as they investigate a confrontation she had with a court employee.
Suspension Sought For Broward County Judge Vegina Hawkins After Confrontation An investigative panel has asked the Florida Supreme Court to suspend a Broward County circuit judge who allegedly put her hands around the neck of an employee and shook him.
Florida Woman Convicted In Murder-For-Hire Plot Asks Supreme Court To Hear AppealThe high-profile case of a South Florida woman accused of hiring a hit man to kill her then-husband could go to the Florida Supreme Court.
Florida Murder-For-Hire Case Goes To Supreme CourtThe Florida Supreme Court could wade into a high-profile legal battle about a Palm Beach County woman accused of trying to use a hit man to kill her then-husband.
Florida Minimum Wage Hike Doesn’t Draw Arguments In Supreme CourtThe Florida Supreme Court will not hold oral arguments on a proposed constitutional amendment that would increase the state’s minimum wage, after it did not receive any briefs on the issue.
Florida Citizenship Voting Proposal Clears ThresholdSupporters of a proposed constitutional amendment about the citizenship of voters have cleared an important initial threshold, setting the stage for a Florida Supreme Court review.
Florida Supreme Court Rejects Challenge To FPL Solar ProjectsThe state Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a business group’s challenge to a decision that allowed Florida Power & Light to recoup money from customers for a series of solar-energy projects.
2 Confirmed As Federal Judges In Florida By US SenateThe U.S. Senate has voted to confirm two men as the newest federal judges in Florida.
Broward Judge Dennis Daniel Bailey Reprimanded For 'Inappropriate, Intemperate Behavior'The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday publicly reprimanded a Broward County circuit judge for conduct during a criminal trial last year.
Medicaid Expansion Plan Passes Key ThresholdA proposed constitutional amendment that would expand eligibility for the Medicaid program has passed a key initial threshold, readying it for review by the Florida Supreme Court.
16 Florida Attorneys Face Disbarment, Other DisciplineThe Florida Supreme Court has disciplined 16 attorneys, including six who were disbarred for conduct that ranged from not reporting a grand-theft conviction to The Florida Bar to mishandling elderly clients’ cases, the Bar announced Thursday.
Florida Court Rejects Tampa Strip Club Owner’s Arguments About Growing His Own Medical MarijuanaAn appeals court refused Tuesday to reconsider its decision rejecting arguments that prominent Tampa strip-club owner Joe Redner should be able to grow his own medical marijuana to help fight lung cancer.
Conservative Florida Supreme Court Eyes Key Death Penalty IssueMore than 100 inmates condemned to death could face a major upheaval, as a revamped Florida Supreme Court ponders whether to undo a 2016 ruling that allowed nearly half of the state’s Death Row prisoners to have their death sentences revisited.
Florida Supreme Court Justices Back FPL Recouping Environmental Costs For Miami-Dade ProjectThe state Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously approved a regulatory decision that allowed Florida Power & Light to pass along costs to customers for an environmental clean-up project in Miami-Dade County.