Gun Law, Hurricanes Added To State Courts’ WorkloadThe state’s new gun law is keeping courts busy, and the state Supreme Court also says lawsuits over hurricane disputes could be on the rise.
Judge Tosses Challenge To Private Train ServiceA federal judge has dismissed a challenge to private passenger train service between South Florida and Orlando.
FIU Student Pleads Guilty To Running Over Federal Agents, Killing OneA young Florida International University student has pleaded guilty to running over two federal agents on Miami Beach, then taking off. One of those agents died days later.
Bill Cosby To Face Retrial In November Bill Cosby is going back to trial on charges he drugged and molested a woman about a decade ago after a judge declared a mistrial when the jury in the first trial was deadlocked after deliberating for days.
Druglord 'El Chapo' Will Be Tried In The US In April 2018A federal judge has sent an April 2018 trial date for Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman - known as 'El Chapo.'
Police: Wife's Fitbit Logs Steps After Husband Says She DiedInvestigators are citing Fitbit data in the arrest warrant of a 40-year-old man accused of killing his wife in 2015.
Men Found Guilty Of Luring Gay Men To Be Sex SlavesTwo Hungarians were found guilty of luring young gay men to the U.S. to serve as sex slaves.
Miami-Dade Courts Want You To Learn The Legal SystemMiami-Dade County's court system is launching a podcast series they want the community to listen to.
U.S., Cuba Take On Unsettled Claims While In HavanaDelegates with the U.S. and Cuba are meeting Thursday to take up a contentious topic - unsettled claims.
Cosby, A Year Later: Will He Seek Deal Or Prepare For Trial?Bill Cosby is starting 2017 in a legal dragnet that has only tightened around him since his stunning arrest a year ago.
Sentencing Day For Florida Man Who Bilked Millions From InvestorsIt's sentencing day for the second of two Florida men who bilked investors out of more than $10 million.
Prosecutor: Cosby Has Shown A 'Lifetime Of Sexual Assault'More than a dozen women who accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault should be allowed to testify at his upcoming trial because their stories are so similar that they show the "handiwork of the same perpetrator," a prosecutor argued Wednesday.
Cosby Quips To Security, 'Don't Tase Me, Bro' Before CourtBill Cosby greeted security officers with a joke Tuesday morning before a hearing in his sexual assault case, quipping, "Don't tase me bro" as they wanded him on his way into a suburban Philadelphia courtroom.
Defendant In 'Cops' Murder-For-Hire Trial Won't TestifyA Boynton Beach woman accused of hiring a hit man to kill her new husband will not testify in her own retrial.
Second Trial To Start In Boynton Murder-For-Hire Case, On 'Cops'A second trial is set to begin in the case of a Boynton Beach woman accused of hiring a hit man to kill her new husband - a proposal seen by millions on the show "Cops" and on the internet.