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Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Ricky Polston on Saturday jumped into the race to become the next president of Florida State University.
A bitter legal feud over Florida's political landscape has now made its way to the United States Supreme Court.
A divided Florida Supreme Court ruled late Tuesday that groups suing the Legislature over new political maps may use key evidence obtained from a Republican political consulting firm at an ongoing trial, but also said that evidence must not be disclosed in open court.
The Florida Supreme Court is upholding the conviction and death sentence of a northeast Florida man who beat his parents to death with a baseball bat.
The Florida Supreme Court is refusing for now to consider a legal challenge to a year-old state law that allows elected officials to place their assets in a blind trust instead of reporting each investment publicly.
The Florida Supreme Court will be able to grant law licenses to non-citizens under a measure signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott.
The Florida Supreme Court will be able to grant law licenses to non-citizens under a bill that's going to Gov. Rick Scott.
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The state's civil rights laws include the protection of women discriminated against for pregnancy, the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday.