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Mark NeJame

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  • Dueling scenarios helped shape Trayvon story in epic media battle

    Dueling scenarios helped shape Trayvon story in epic media battle
    Robert Zimmerman Sr. arrived at the Orlando Sentinel lobby alone March 15. He was so nervous that he was trembling. Sad and resigned, he discussed death threats his family had received. But the father of George Zimmerman also was determined as he...
  • Trayvon Martin: The Casey Anthony analysts are back

    Trayvon Martin: The Casey Anthony analysts are back
    To cover the Trayvon Martin tragedy, local stations have brought back analysts from the Casey Anthony case. WFTV-Channel 9 this weekend will build its "Central Florida Spotlight" around the "stand your ground" law. The guest will be attorney Bill...
  • Secret plea deal may give pill-mill doctor just 6 months in work release

    Secret plea deal may give pill-mill doctor just 6 months in work release
    Doctor Riyaz Jummani's two Orlando pain clinics were among the worst pill mills in the state, according to authorities. Agents who raided the offices last year were quick to tout an alarming statistic: Jummani prescribed more oxycodone during a three-...
  • "Diario en video" de Casey Anthony aparece online

    "Diario en video" de Casey Anthony aparece online
    El video de una mujer que luce y suena como Casey Anthony ha aparecido online, en lo que ella describe como su primer diario de video. Si en realidad se trata de Anthony, ella estaría haciendo su primera aparición pública desde que fue absuelta en...
  • Rx for Danger: CVS' 'blacklist' of some doctors sparks outcry, legal action

    Rx for Danger: CVS' 'blacklist' of some doctors sparks outcry, legal action
    Two months ago, a small number of doctors in Florida received an unsigned letter from CVS/pharmacy informing them that the company's pharmacists would no longer fill prescriptions they write for painkillers and other powerful, addictive drugs. The...
  • Florida's crackdown makes big dent in 'pill mills'

    Florida's crackdown makes big dent in 'pill mills'
    About a decade ago, Florida leaders watched as prescription drugs began to wreak havoc across the country. Drugs prescribed to treat pain became known as "hillbilly heroin," and in a matter of years, the epidemic found its way to the Sunshine State....
  • George Zimmerman: Jane Velez-Mitchell coming to Sanford

    George Zimmerman: Jane Velez-Mitchell coming to Sanford
    Get ready, Sanford. Jane Velez-Mitchell is coming to town to cover the George Zimmerman trial. She will be there Monday, HLN said Wednesday. CNN's Ashleigh Banfield is anchoring from Sanford, and she will remain there next week, the channel said. CNN...
  • George Zimmerman: Analysts bury M.E.

    George Zimmerman: Analysts bury M.E.
      Thank goodness for the legal analysts. They do help us make it through the high-profile trials by explaining court procedure, analyzing the lawyers' strategies and assessing the witnesses' performances. At the George Zimmerman trial, the most...
  • George Zimmerman: How was star witness?

    George Zimmerman: How was star witness?
    At the George Zimmerman trial, the testimony of key witness Rachel Jeantel generated wide interest and strong reactions Wednesday afternoon. Her testimony was playing on HLN, CNN and MSNBC. Fox News Channel carried her for a while but cut to other news....
  • Casey Anthony: She’s not a monster, young attorney says

     
    In reaction to the Anthony trial, state Rep. Scott Randolph, D-Orlando, is proposing legislation to keep jurors from profiting from their trial experiences. "Before the Casey Anthony case, this wasn't on our radar," Randolph told WOFL-Channel 35. "You get...
  • Randolph wants ‘cooling off’ period before jurors can cash in (a la Casey Anthony)

     
    TALLAHASSEE — State Rep. Scott Randolph and defense attorney Mark NeJame held a press conference today to unveil a bill that would call for a “cooling off” period before jurors in high-profile cases like the Casey Anthony murder trial...