South Florida Fatal Crash Could Pose Test For Expert Witness TestimonyMore than six years after a car crash killed five people in South Florida, the case could become a test for how courts apply a controversial standard for expert witness testimony.
Fmr. Broward Teachers Union Chief Found Guilty Of CorruptionA former teachers union president has been found guilty on several corruption charges.
Deliberations Underway In Trial Of Fmr. Head Of Teachers UnionDeliberations are underway in the case of a former teachers union official facing corruption charges.
Court: Don't Blame High Heels For Slip & FallAn appeals court on Friday overturned a judge's ruling that a woman was partially at fault after slipping and falling at work while wearing high heels.
Judicial Branch To Hold Hearings Across FloridaJudicial branch officials are set to hold a series of meetings within the next two months to develop a long-range strategic plan for the court systems.
Buckingham Palace Denies Sex Claim Against Prince AndrewBuckingham Palace has denied Prince Andrew engaged in any "impropriety with underage minors" after being named in court documents related to a lawsuit against an American financier Jeffrey Epstein.
British Convicted Murderer Remains Hopeful For New TrialA British man convicted in a decades old double murder case remains hopeful that a new hearing could finally set him free.
Senate Approves Prohibition On Foreign Law In CourtForeign laws would be prohibited in Florida courts, under a bill the Senate sent to the House on Monday.
Gov. Scott Approves Loan To Bail Out Courts - AgainThe wheels of justice will continue to roll across South Florida, and the rest of the state, now that Gov. Rick Scott has approved a $45.6 million loan for the state’s court system.
It's The Law: Host Of New Florida Laws Take EffectIt's October 1, and once again, South Florida and taxpayers across the state get to start living the results of the Florida Legislature's busy spring season. From gun control to abortion, the law of the land has changed.
Florida Courts Running Out Of FundsAs Governor Rick Scott and the GOP-led Florida Legislature look for more places to cut in the budget, the head of the state judiciary is warning that the judicial branch may have to start furloughs of court personnel if emergency funds aren’t approved.