"Facebook Killer" Booted From Own Court HearingThe so-called ‘Facebook killer,’ after several outbursts in court Wednesday, ended up being forced to leave.
Panel Recommends Broward Judge Be Removed From BenchA state judicial panel is recommending that suspended Broward County Judge Gisele Pollack be removed from the bench.
Broward Judge Found Guilty Of DUIThe verdict is in for a Broward judge on trial.
Jury Sent Home For Night In Broward Judge DUI Trial Jury members left the courtroom around 7:30 p.m. Thursday and returned with questions for the judge about an hour later in the case of a judge on trial.
Broward Judge To Fight DUI Charge In CourtFrom the bench in judicial robes, to the side of the road with her hands cuffed behind her and now to the hot seat in a courtroom, Judge Cynthia Imperato is getting her chance to fight a DUI charge.
Man Apologizes After Repeatedly Cursing At Judge A South Florida man who cursed at a judge repeatedly has apologized for his actions.
Broward Judge Seeks Pay During Alcohol-Related SuspensionAttorneys for a suspended Broward County judge are asking the Florida Supreme Court to allow her to continue getting paid while she undergoes treatment for a drinking problem.
Florida Bar Calls For Diversity Improvement On Bench In an effort to increase diversity among judges, the Florida Bar Board of Governors has agreed on 10 recommendations for the state’s Governor.
Judge Sentences S. FL Man For $10M Tax Fraud SchemeA South Florida man will spend more than 20 years in prison for a sophisticated tax fraud scheme.
2013: The Year That Was In South FloridaFlorida courthouses took center stage in 2013, especially with the eyes of the nation glued to the George Zimmerman trial in Sanford.
Miccosukee Tribe Re-Elects Leader It was a nail biter election in the hotly contested race to decide who would lead the Miccosukee Tribe for the next four-years. Only 23 votes determined Colley Billie’s reelection victory over his archenemy, ousted former chairman Billy Cypress.
Lethal Injection Cocktail Debate Headed Back to Florida SupremesThe debate about the state’s current cocktail for lethal injections is headed back to the Florida Supreme Court, after a lower court judge ruled the drugs now being used would not violate a convicted murderer's rights.