Florida Chief Justice Wants To Review Courthouse SecurityFlorida's chief justice wants to take a closer look security in courthouses across the state.
Couple Gets 10 Years For Toddler Drinking Drain Cleaner A Florida couple was sentenced to 10 years behind bars for allowing their toddler to drink a drain cleaner - commonly used to make methamphetamine.
Accused Cop Killer Has Her Day In CourtThe trial of a woman accused of killing her live-in boyfriend - a Miami Police officer - began on Tuesday.
Trump's Video Testimony Won't Appear In Attack AdsA federal judge ruled Donald Trump's testimony in a fraud lawsuit against the now defunct Trump University will not be released.
Florida Appeals Court Upholds City Use Of Red Light Cameras A Florida appeals court upheld a city's use of red light cameras in order to issue traffic citations and asked for the state Supreme Court to settle the matter.
Judge: Bitcoin Not Same As Money In Criminal CaseA South Florida judge ruled Monday that bitcoins are not the same as money when it comes to crimes like money laundering.
Herbalife To Pay $200M After Feds InvestigationFederal investigators closed a probe into Herbalife.
Broward Public Defender Questions Crime Lab's DNA ID ProcessQuestions have come up over the way DNA has been identified at the Broward Sheriff's Office crime lab - prompting a call for a grand jury investigation and a second look at closed cases.
Cosby Lawyers Say They Need To Question AccuserBill Cosby's lawyers say they need to cross-examine his accuser before trial because her police statement raises more questions than it answers.
Court: No Parental Rights For Woman After Same-Sex Relationship A woman whose same-sex relationship ended before gay marriage was made legal does not have rights to a child her former partner gave birth to in 2008, a Michigan appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Death Row Inmate In Notorious Murder Case Asks To Be Released Before Re-TrialA man on death row for 16 years in connection to a triple murder in Broward County is fighting to get out of jail while he's waiting for a new trial.
Lawyers: US Places Hurdles In Front Of Asylum SeekersThe U.S. government places hurdles in front of people who try to file asylum applications, according to lawyers representing four asylum seekers.

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