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Appeals Court Okays Local Red Light Camera Law

Posted: 12/01/2011 - A state appeals court ruled that the use of cameras by the city of Aventura and several others to catch red light runners is valid, overruling a lower court that had found the use of the devices before a new state law was enacted illegal.

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Apalachicola Files Suit Against Power Energy Over Power Poles

Updated: 12/01/2011 - Tiny Apalachicola throws big stone in David-vs.-Goliath battle against Progress Energy. Residents, business owners of fishing village file lawsuit against utility giant in fight over monster power poles in historic district

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Peacock Enters a Plea Deal for 2004 Murder

Updated: 11/22/2011 - Fifty years in prison. That's how much time one Gretna man charged with murder was sentenced. That sentence was handed down at the Leon County Courthouse, news the victim's family has been waiting to hear for a long time.

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Former Bristol Bank Director Convicted

Posted: 11/17/2011 - Jed Hiers, 50, of Bristol, Florida, was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and nine counts of making false entries in bank records with the intent to deceive bank examiners.

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Gadsden County Commissioner Found Not Guilty

Updated: 11/17/2011 - Gadsden County Commissioner Brenda Holt and several others celebrated outside the courthouse. She says Alphonzo Robinson touched her breast inappropriately the night of March 20 at the nightclub she owns in Quincy known as Sugars.

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Judge Denies Bond for 4 Georgia Militia Members

Updated: 11/16/2011 - A federal judge on Wednesday denied bond to the four Georgia militia men accused of plotting terror attacks against government employees, siding with prosecutors who feared the elderly men might lash out against federal officials because they have nothing to lose.

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Earl Jackson Sentenced To 20 Years In DOC

Updated: 11/15/2011 - Jackson’s motion for protection under the "Stand Your Ground" law is denied. New testimony Friday as two suspects in a 2009 fatal gang shootout attempt to clear their name.

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Lawsuit Filed in Fla. WaveRunner Shooting Death

Posted: 11/09/2011 - A lawsuit has been filed in Miami against the parents of a teenager who fatally shot a man who was trying to steal a WaveRunner from their waterfront property.

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FL Supreme Court Sides with WMD in "Taking" Dispute

Posted: 11/04/2011 - In a case watched by developers, environmentalists and government agencies, the Florida Supreme Court sided with the St. Johns River Water Management District in a long-running dispute about the "taking" of property.

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Cannon Won't Push Major New Court Reforms

Posted: 11/03/2011 - House Speaker Dean Cannon said he won't push in the coming legislative session for the major changes to the judiciary that he pursued last year when he sought to ask voters to split the state Supreme Court and increase its size.

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Gayle Enters No Contest Plea in Fraud Scheme Case

Updated: 11/03/2011 - Imanuel Gayle withdrew his guilty plea and entered a no contest plea this morning, November 3rd. The 19-year-old faced several charges related to fraudulent use of credit cards.

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Groups: PIP Fraud Has Cost Drivers $800 M in Premium Hikes

Updated: 10/28/2011 - With top Florida officials expected to be briefed next week, groups with skin in the personal injury protection game on Thursday began releasing information of their own in preparation for what could be one of the biggest legislative battles of the 2012 session.

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