Florida court: Counties Can Decide Whether To Have SlotsSlot machines could be coming to several Florida dog and horse tracks if a far-reaching court ruling holds.
Man Suing His Ex For Half Of $1M Prize Gets A Win In Court The Florida Supreme Court answered a potential $1 million question in favor of a man who says his girlfriend broke an agreement to share lottery winnings after she hit it big.
Lawsuit Filed, Claims AIDS Foundation Scammed Medicare For $20MA lawsuit filed in South Florida federal court alleges one of the nation's largest suppliers of HIV and AIDS medical care bilked federal Medicare and Medicaid programs in a $20 million scam that spanned 12 states.
Sex Battery Conviction Tossed After Faulty Jury InstructionsA Florida appeals court has thrown out a man's conviction for sexual battery on a child and life prison sentence over faulty jury instructions.
Florida Studying How To Help Low-Income Class Get Legal Help A newly-created state panel is looking at how to help low-income and working class Floridians get access to the court system.
"Stand Your Ground" Case Before Florida High Court The Florida Supreme Court will hear a case that could shift the burden of proof in "stand your ground" cases.
Man Faces 20 Years After Embezzling $1.5 Million From Art GalleryA central Florida man faces 20 years in prison for embezzling more than $1.5 million from a local art gallery.
Canadian Arrested For Allegedly Traveling To Florida To Have Sex With Underage BoyA Canadian man is facing a lengthy prison sentence if convicted of traveling to Florida to have sex with someone he thought was an underage boy.
Judge Removed After Selling Religious Books From Her OfficeThe Florida Supreme Court is removing a Leon County judge who sold religious books from her office as part of her for-profit ministry.
Girl Involved In Bullying Suicide Plans To Sue Lawyers for a 13-year-old girl accused of bullying a classmate have filed notice that they intend to sue Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd and his office.
Change Of Venue Sought In Loud Music Killing A man accused of killing a teenager in Florida during an argument over loud music is scheduled to be back in court as his attorneys argue that a new trial should be held outside of Jacksonville.
Mistrial In Bully-Related Slaying Of 400-Pound Man Prosecutors intend to retry a man on murder charges after a Miami jury could not reach a verdict in a case involving a 400-pound victim the suspect claims was bullying him at work.