Florida Gets Chunk From UPS Settlement A multi-million dollar settlement has been reached with UPS in a lawsuit claiming bad delivery practices.
Lawmakers Look To Curb Bear, Gator FeedingAs the state tries to reduce dangerous interactions between bears and humans, lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that would change the penalties for feeding wildlife.
FIU Grant Will Train Lawyers Handling Capital CasesFlorida International University’s College of Law has received a $620,000 grant to help defense lawyers handling capital cases.
Florida Gov. Won't Explain Shakeup At State Police AgencyAs questions remain about why Governor Rick Scott shook up the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, a new department leader was voted in on Tuesday.
Ruling May Chill School Districts Efforts To Challenge Charter School ConversionsA ruling against the Miami-Dade County Public School District was the first-ever ruling under Florida statutes, written specifically to prevent school districts from taking “unlawful reprisals” against employees who support charter school conversions.
Jury Finds Suspended Opa-locka Officer Guilty Of False Imprisonment, Tampering A jury found suspended Opa-locka police Sergeant German Bosque guilty of felony false imprisonment and tampering with a witness, but found him not guilty of battery.
Gov. Scott Signs Late Term Abortion Bill Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a bill Friday that would make abortions illegal at any point in a woman's pregnancy if her doctor determines that the fetus could survive outside the womb.
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.
Legislative Session Ends With Bipartisan Spirit The Florida Legislature wrapped up it's 2014 session on Friday ending with a bipartisan spirit.
Illegal Immigrant May Receive Law License Under New Bill The first step toward allowing a Mexican national to get his law license despite the state Supreme Court saying he could not because he’s in the U.S. unlawfully has been taken by the Florida Senate.
Six-Year Olds May Have To Strap Up In Car SeatsIf you are a parent of a first grader, you should start preparing a speech on why they have to sit in a car seat.
New "Stand Your Ground" Case Could Head To Supreme Court A divided appeals court on Thursday threw out second-degree murder charges against a man who fatally shot two others outside a Chili's restaurant in a case that could renew debate on the state's "stand your ground" law.
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