The law of Florida consists of several levels, including constitutional, statutory, and regulatory law, as well as case law and local law. The Florida Statutes form the general statutory law of Florida.
The Florida Constitution (the state constitution) defines how the statutes must be passed into law, and defines the limits of authority and basic law that acts of the legislature must comply with.
Most crimes committed in the State of Florida will fall under one of these Florida Statutes
Common Florida law and case law
Florida’s legal system is based on common law, which is interpreted by case law through the decisions of the Supreme Court of Florida, Florida District Courts of Appeal, and the Florida Circuit Courts.
Florida courts practice judicial review, which means certain laws and regulations can be struck down (ruled unconstitutional) by the Florida state courts. wiki
This user-friendly site leads visitors to public information to help guide them through the arrest, bail bond and criminal court case process in Florida.