Pregnant Woman Turns Herself In For Deadly Hit & Run In Davie A woman accused of a deadly hit and run in Davie turned herself in to the court on Tuesday.
Judge Denies Gawker's Request For New Trial In Hogan Sex Tape CaseHulk Hogan and Gawker are back in court in a hearing involving a sex tape showing the ex-wrestler.
Zimmerman Says He's Auctioning Gun Used To Kill Trayvon MartinGeorge Zimmerman says he is auctioning off the gun he used to kill Miami teen Trayvon Martin.
Son Of Dade Police Major Released From JailThe son of a Miami-Dade police major who's accused of dealing drugs from his father's home was released from jail.
Florida Supreme Court Considers Overturning Death SentencesFlorida's Supreme Court is considering whether or not to overturn death sentences under a system that was found to be unconstitutional.
Dade Commissioner Found Not Guilty In DUI TrialA jury found Miami-Dade Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz not guilty in his DUI trial Wednesday.
DUI Trial Underway Against Miami-Dade CommissionerMiami-Dade Commissioner Jose 'Pepe' Diaz sat in the defendant's chair as prosecutors laid out their DUI case against him.
Escort's Alleged Murder-For-Hire Case To Be Heard By CourtAn appeals court is set to hear arguments of a former escort accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her husband.
China: Can't Sue Cabinet-Level Agency Over Chinese DrywallChina's Ministry of Justice sent back a lawsuit saying thousands of U.S. homeowners cannot sue the Cabinet-level agency for damage to their home from defective drywall made in China.
Microsoft Suit Is Latest Tech Clash With US Over PrivacyWith our lives uploaded more and more online, companies we trust with our digital secrets are clashing with authorities that want access to our messages, pictures and financial records.
Gawker Files Motions Seeking New Trial In Privacy Case A New York news website has filed motions in a Florida court seeking a new trial in the Hulk Hogan invasion of privacy case.
Jury Orders Florida Cigar Maker To Pay $44.4M To Competitor A jury ordered a Florida cigar maker to pay up to the tune of $44.4 million for unfair business practices.