Pursuant to art. V, §3(b)(5) of the Florida Constitution, the Supreme Court of Florida "[m]ay review any order or judgment of a trial court certified by the district court of appeal in which an appeal is pending to be of great public importance, or to have a great effect on the proper administration of justice throughout the state, and certified to require resolution by the [S]upreme [C]ourt." 

This section of the constitution has come to be known as the one that provides for the Supreme Court’s “pass-through jurisdiction.” The term “pass-through jurisdiction” is a description of the fact that when a case is certified by the district court of appeal, the case, quite literally, “passes through” the district court of appeal, without resolution, to the Supreme Court for immediate review of the trial court’s order or judgment.

Read the full article here:  https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-journal/the-ins-and-outs-of-pass-through-jurisdiction/