Florida Supreme Court Scolds Judge Who Jailed Abuse VictimThe Florida Supreme Court has publicly reprimanded a judge who jailed a domestic violence victim for not showing up to testify against her alleged abuser.
Court: Florida Teen Who Murdered Rival Deserves New SentenceThe Florida Supreme Court is throwing out the lifetime sentence placed on a woman convicted in the bludgeoning death of a 16-year-old rival.
Florida Supreme Court Considers Overturning Death SentencesThe lives of nearly 400 death row inmates hang in the balance during oral arguments Thursday before Florida's Supreme Court, which will ultimately decide if their sentences should be reduced to life in prison.
Florida Supreme Court Considering Definition Of Sexual Intercourse In HIV CaseThe Florida Supreme Court will consider the definition of sexual intercourse in a case involving a gay man charged with not letting a partner know he was HIV-positive.
Supreme Court To Reprimand Polk County JudgeA central Florida judge is going to be publicly reprimanded for an improper relationship she had with a bailiff.
Florida AG Wants High Court Ruling On Gay Marriage Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, who has repeatedly called it her duty to defend the state's ban on gay marriage, now wants the state's highest court to decide whether the constitutional amendment is legal.
Florida High Court Hears Appeal On Gun LawThe attorney for a man sentenced to 80 years in prison for firing a gun into the air told the Florida Supreme Court justices Wednesday that the judge who sentenced his client should have had more discretion with the punishment.
Justice Clarence Thomas Asked To Block Fla Redistricting Evidence
Lawsuit Challenges Fla. Gov. Use Of Blind Trust The Florida Supreme Court is being asked to strike down a law that lets Gov. Rick Scott shield the complete disclosure of his finances.
Medical Marijuana Has Enough Signatures For Ballot
Supreme Court Approves New Lethal Injection ProcedureThe execution of a man who killed a prison guard while on death row for two other murders can go forward after the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Florida's new lethal injection procedure is effective.
Supreme Court Rules Against Drunk DriversThe Florida Supreme Court ruled against three suspected drunk drivers who were hoping to examine software used by a breath testing machine to defend themselves.