The Court makes available many different forms of information about cases. The most common way to find information about a case is to review the case’s docket -- a list of briefs and other filings and rulings in that case.
The Court regularly issues orders in connection with cases. In contrast with opinions, orders are short rulings, usually resolving motions or petitions in a summary fashion. The most common type of order that the Court issues is a case disposition order. The Court also issues miscellaneous orders at other times when the need arises.
Review Granted orders identify the cases the Court has decided to resolve. These can be done with or without oral argument. Review the Supreme Court Protocol and Jurisdiction or the Internal Operating Procedures for more information.
You will need the FSC case number, the name of a party, the name of an attorney, or the lower tribunal number. With that information, you can search for the case and the document images you wish to view.
Case Dispositions where the dispositions were entered between August 14, 2000 and January 31, 2015 and Orders ruling on petitions for conditional admission to The Florida Bar, are posted on these pages. All non-confidential dispositional orders entered on or after February 1, 2015, are viewable using the Case Search (Online Docket).
Review Granted orders are only available online for cases in which the granting review were entered after October 1, 2000.
A listing of Rules cases amending approved Rules of Procedure with links to case documents via the Online Docket.
The orders listed have been issued pursuant to Rule 2.420 of the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, and relate to the confidential treatment of documents in the dockets indicated.