Trial Judge Denies 'Stand Your Ground' Immunity Hearing For Florida Mom
Jailhouse Calls Reveal Emotional Side To Loud Music KillerPhone calls made by the man who shot and killed a Florida teenager after an argument over loud music show that Michael Dunn got extremely emotional in the days following his arrest for the murder of Jordan Davis.
Fla. Man Found Guilty Of Lesser Counts In Loud Music Trial A mistrial has been declared on a murder charge in the trial of a man accused of shooting and killing a 17-year old after an argument over loud music.
Attorney Said Zimmerman's Safety Is A ConcernGeorge Zimmerman has been living as a hermit for a year and a half and with him being cleared from all charges in the in the shooting of Miami Gardens teen, Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman's attorney fear that his safety is a major factor.
Sanford Marks Anniversary Of Trayvon Martin ShootingThis week marks the one year anniversary of the shooting death of Trayvon Martin which thrust the small central Florida city of Sanford into the national spotlight.
Miami Boy Charged With Killing 2-Year-Old Brother Is Tragic & ComplicatedLawyers for a 13-year-old boy who was born in Miami and is now charged with murdering his 2-year-old half-brother and sexual abusing another young half-sibling will ask a Florida judge to dismiss the case.
Zimmerman Atty: Don't Judge By "Piecemeal" EvidenceThe defense lawyer for George Zimmerman has warned against judging his client just on the partial evidence released so far in the February shooting death of Trayvon Martin, saying that "looking at it piecemeal is what has caused some of the problems in the past with the case."
Discovery Documents Released In State Vs. George ZimmermanNearly two hundred documents were released Thursday by the Jacksonville State Attorney's Office in the case of a neighborhood watch volunteer who shot an unarmed teen in a gated Sanford community in late February.
Sanford Police Chief Remains Under ScrutinySanford Police Chief Bill Lee, who was criticized for not charging George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin shooting investigation, remains on paid leave and under the microscope.
Sanford Commission Rejects Police Chief's ResignationIn an odd turn of events, the city commission which gave a no-confidence vote to police chief Bill Lee following the investigation into the death of Trayvon Martin refused to accept his resignation Monday afternoon at a sp0ecial commission meeting, with come commissioners saying they felt the chief was being railroaded out of office.
Bill Cosby Weighs In On Trayvon Martin Shooting DebateThe debate over the shooting death of a Miami teen Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, should focus on guns and not race, according to actor and comedian Bill Cosby.
NRA Says Media Sensationalizing Trayvon Martin Shooting DeathThe National Rifle Association is coming to the defense of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law it helped write in 2005 and targeting the media for its coverage of the Trayvon Martin case.