2 Florida Supreme Court judges tapped for federal seats

Two Florida Supreme Court Justices have been tapped for seats on a federal appeals court

MIAMI -- Two Florida Supreme Court Justices have been tapped for seats on a federal appeals court.

Lagoa and Luck are filling vacancies created by Judge Gerald Tjoflat and Judge Stanley Marcus. They were appointed by President Gerald Ford and President Bill Clinton, respectively.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed Lagoa and Luck to the Florida Supreme Court shortly after taking office earlier this year. Lagoa and Luck previously served on lower state appeals courts and worked as federal prosecutors.