Florida Courts Were Already Struggling as Recession Began
Tallahassee, FL –
The judiciary is, at least in theory, independent. But that doesn't mean the Florida courts never duel in the political arena. From its recent struggle with the county clerks of court to its ongoing clash with former Governor Jeb Bush, Florida's judiciary has often found itself in the eye of the storm. And as Margie Menzel reports, the Bush era left Florida's judicial branch at a disadvantage when the economy went south. This is the last of a five-part series.