> Slot Case Rejected in Florida
Oct 11th 2007
Florida Supreme Court rejected an appeal on a lawsuit that it previously ruled on, disputing the legal basis for slot machine games in South Florida, sending the slot machine case back to trial court in Tallahassee.
The Supreme Court decided that the case did not constitute fundamental criteria for a Supreme Court decision, sending the case to Circuit Judge Nikki Ann Clark of Tallahassee.
Bruce Rogow legal representative of Floridians for a Level Playing Field, a group organized by gambling interests, said the gambling lawsuit might not necessitate an actual trial. It might be ruled on by the trial court judge without a trial.
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