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  • Casey Anthony case consumed Orlando, nation in 2011

    Casey Anthony case consumed Orlando, nation in 2011
    This was the year of Casey. And like it or not, Orlando was the host city. There may have been stories of greater societal significance in 2011 — the tsunami in Japan, the Arab Spring protests and the elimination of Osama bin Laden come to mind &#...
  • Bernstein's year of changes and challenges

    Bernstein's year of changes and challenges
    A year ago, Gregg Bernstein was a week into his new role as Baltimore's state's attorney, having narrowly unseated the incumbent, who held the job for 15 years. He was a relative unknown, and so self-confident he sometimes bordered on cocky. His...
  • Priest at Midway chapel accused of sex abuse

    Priest at Midway chapel accused of sex abuse
    A 77-year-old priest assigned to the chapel at Midway Airport was charged Saturday with sexual abuse after he allegedly tried to grab the crotch of a man who had attended services before boarding a flight to Kansas. Father Bede R. Jagoe allegedly spoke...
  • Man who stabbed downtown bouncer acted in self-defense, attorney says

    Man who stabbed downtown bouncer acted in self-defense, attorney says
    An attorney for the man charged with stabbing and killing a bouncer at a downtown Orlando bar last year has filed an extensive motion, arguing that the stabbing was done in self defense, court records show. The motion says Craig Sandhaus was justified in...
  • Counsel at initial hearings: a matter of simple fairness

    Counsel at initial hearings: a matter of simple fairness
    I didn't need to go to law school to learn that a person charged with a crime is innocent until proven guilty and entitled to the assistance of a lawyer. I knew it in my former life as a sportswriter, and I probably had a grasp of it back in elementary...
  • Leftover news, notes in local college basketball

     
    Here are some leftover news and notes that didn’t make today’s print column: East Stroudsburg University is hosting a National Girls and Women in Sports Day event on Saturday, Feb. 11, in conjunction with the ESU women’s basketball...
  • D.A. Cooley's office won't file misdemeanors against Kinde Durkee

     
    Los Angeles County prosecutors said Thursday they will not pursue misdemeanor charges against campaign treasurer Kinde Durkee for allegedly claiming to be an accountant when she did not have a license. Durkee already has been charged in federal court...
  • Followers of polygamist Warren Jeffs give up bikes, trampolines

     
    Warren Jeffs rules: Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs has issued new rules to his followers, including a ban on children's toys....
  • Casey Anthony: Defense wants Jeff Ashton to justify actions, takes swipe at book

     
    Anthony's defense highlights that the mental-health evaluations had been sealed by Chief Judge Belvin Perry. The defense statement reads: "Mr. Ashton has published a book which further reveals the contents of the sealed depositions. Whether this violation...
  • Nebraska lineman charged with reckless driving, bowl status up in the air

     
    Nebraska lineman charged with reckless driving, bowl status up in the air...
  • Store manager walks in on burglary, 120 snow tires stolen, and more

     
    Burglary A store manager at a business at 1439 Peterson Road heard glass breaking at 1:30 a.m. on Dec. 13, and then saw four people …...