R. Fred Lewis

R. Fred Lewis

R. Fred Lewis was appointed to the Supreme Court of Florida, on December 7, 1998. While serving as chief justice, he founded Justice Teaching, an organization that now has over 3,900 volunteer lawyers and judges placed with and active in all Florida public schools, which enhances civic and law-related education through active programs in all levels of Florida schools. Wikipedia*

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R. Fred Lewis has five videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2000 Judicial Proceeding. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2005 with an average of 226 views per program. Most appearances with Charles T. Wells (5), Harry Lee Anstead (5), Barbara J. Pariente (5). Most common tags: Election 2000, Judicial Process, America and the Courts.

Appearances by Title:c. December 7, 1998 - Present Justice, Florida Supreme Court Videos: 5

Recent Appearances

  • Florida Marriage Protection Amendment

    Florida Marriage Protection Amendment

    The Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the Florida Marriage Protection Amendment initiative. The court will…

  • School Voucher Program Oral Argument

    School Voucher Program Oral Argument

    The Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of John Ellis Bush v. Ruth Holmes on whether Governor Jeb Bush’s school…

  • Ralph Nader Ballot Access Case

    Ralph Nader Ballot Access Case

    The Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Tallahassee on whether independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader’s name would be…

  • Florida Supreme Court Hearing

    Florida Supreme Court Hearing

    Justices heard arguments from the Bush and Gore campaigns about a lower court decision not to order a manual recount of…

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