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.
Death Sentence For Man Convicted In Plantation Professor’s MurderOne of two men convicted in the stabbing death of a Nova Southeastern University professor was sentenced to death in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom Friday morning.
Justices Take Fl. Death Penalty Case On Mentally DisabledIn a case stemming from the 1978 murder of a woman after she left a Leesburg grocery store, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a challenge to Florida's standards for determining whether Death Row inmates should be shielded from execution because they are mentally disabled.
Death Warrant Signed For Fmr. Sweetwater Officer Convicted Of Killing 9The death warrant has been signed for a former Sweetwater Police officer convicted of nine murders.
Execution Scheduled For St. Pete Woman's KillerOn Florida’s death row for more than three decades, a twice-convicted murderer is scheduled to be executed this week for the murder of a St. Petersburg woman.
Bondi Responds To Decision Ruling Death Penalty UnconstitutionalFlorida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office has finally responded to last week’s federal court decision that Florida’s death penalty is unconstitutional. Bondi’s office said the decision was erroneously applied and questioned the federal courts right to interpret Florida law.