A Jacksonville man accused of killing a teen during a dispute over loud music will be in back in court.
A juror in a DUI manslaughter trial of a Miami Heat dancer, never realized he’d become the focus in the wake of the high-profile case.
A Broward County judge let a guilty verdict stand in the case of a Ft. Lauderdale businessman convicted of the death of a Miami Heat dancer.
It will be a few more days before Michael Dunn will be sentenced. Dunn was convicted of attempted murder in a confrontation over loud music in Jacksonville.
A man accused of beating a 5-month-old baby to death more than five years ago was acquitted Friday, according to CBS4 news partner, The Miami Herald.
Jurors deciding the fate of a Florida man charged with fatally shooting a teen after an argument over loud music are entering their fourth day of deliberations, seemingly stuck on whether to convict on some counts but not others.
Jason Beckman was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of his father, South Miami City Commissioner Jay Beckman in April 2009.
There’s been a slight twist in the Sean Taylor murder case. Friday morning, before jurors returned for its third day of deliberations, it was discovered that a law book was in the jury room.
As the defense rested its case Wednesday and George Zimmerman declined to testify, the second-degree murder trial moved into the next phase. Jurors have to consider some tough questions.
Jurors in cases hoping to get the first tweet or social media statement out are out of luck after a new rule was approved by the Florida Supreme Court.