TABLE OF CONTENTS
Arranged in broadly chronological order, forty panels are currently on display in the supreme court building in Tallahassee, Florida.
HISTORICAL PANELS: PART III
28. Justice Harold Sebring at Nuremberg
29. Gideon v. Wainwright
30. 1968 Florida Constitutional Revision Commission
31. Election of Justices
32. Merit Selection and Retention
33. Constitutional Amendments
34. Justice Joseph W. Hatchett
35. Cameras in the Courtroom
36. Justice Leander Shaw, Jr.
37. The Court at the Governor’s Mansion
38. The Rosemary Barkett Award
39. Selection of Jurors: State v. Neil
40. The Expanding Court
Evolution of Justice in Florida - PART III
Historical Panels 28 to 40The creation of this document was funded through the generosity of the Florida Supreme Court Historical Society. The original exhibit of 40 historical panels was part of the initiative to enhance public trust and confidence in our state’s justice system. The panels are on public display in the Supreme Court Building
The Historical Society is committed to promoting the understanding of the importance of a strong, independent judiciary in our governmental balance of power.