Bill Calls For Unanimous Juries In Death Penalty CasesThe chairman of the Senate Criminal Justice committee has proposed requiring unanimous jury recommendations before defendants could be sentenced to death.
Florida Changes Lethal Injection DrugsState corrections officials have adopted a new lethal-injection procedure.
'Bizarre' Court Action Adds To Death Penalty ConfusionThe Florida Supreme Court rescinded an order Wednesday that would have barred prosecutors from seeking the death penalty in capital cases.
State Taking Death Penalty Issue To U.S. Supreme CourtThe state plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit a case in which justices struck down as unconstitutional Florida's death-penalty.
Florida May Be Pondering 'Novel' Lethal Injection ChangeAn already sensitive issue is beginning to heat up in the topic pool again.
Probe Ordered Of Lauderdale Death Penalty AttorneyFlorida Supreme Court's Chief Justice has ordered an investigation of a death penalty lawyer who has repeatedly missed critical deadlines and who is currently representing two inmates who are trying to fire her.
Florida Court Requires Unanimous Juries In Death Penalty Cases The Florida Supreme Court ruled Friday that jury recommendations to impose the death penalty must be unanimous, finding that a new law allowing non-unanimous recommendations is unconstitutional.
Court Clears Way For Prosecutors In Death Penalty CasesA state appeals court Wednesday rejected lower-court rulings that blocked prosecutors from seeking death sentences in four murder cases.
Justices Try To Sort Out Death Penalty LawThe Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments in a case focused on whether the state's new death penalty law is constitutional.
Defense Lawyers Question Death Penalty Jury InstructionsDefense lawyers are attacking a new law aimed at fixing Florida's death penalty sentencing structure.
Florida Judge: New Death Penalty Law UnconstitutionalA Miami-Dade circuit judge ruled Florida's new death penalty law unconstitutional.
Scott Signs Death Penalty Fix Into LawGov. Rick Scott on Monday signed into law a measure designed to fix the state's death-penalty sentencing process after it was found unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, but the new law will almost certainly be challenged.

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