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  • Grand jury to review inspector general's access concerns

     
    A grand jury will look into Palm Beach County Inspector General Sheryl Steckler???s concerns about potential interference from local governments that she investigates, according to the State Attorney???s Office. Steckler in September asked the State...
  • Cop killer Albert Holland deserves himself as attorney

     
    Whatever you think about the death penalty -- and I've waffled back and forth plenty -- there's no doubt that those condemned to die at the hands of the state deserve every legal consideration before the sentence is finally carried......
  • Morrissey widow testimony at murder trial hard to take

     
    As a journalist, I'm supposed to be able to sit dispassionately through anything. But as a parent of a 6-year-old, there are some things that I just can't handle. The harrowing coutroom testimony of Linda Morrissey about the night her......
  • Does Goodman deserve another trial? No way

     
    Whatever Wellington polo magnate John Goodman is paying his formidable defense team, he???s certainly getting his money???s worth. Attorney Roy Black and his legal beagles are sniffing under every rock to get Goodman???s March DUI manslaughter...
  • Boynton Beach mayor files defamation lawsuit

     
    Boynton Beach Mayor Jose Rodriguez has filed a defamation lawsuit against a former city tow operator. The lawsuit claims that David Floering, who owns a Boynton Beach towing business, asked local merchants to put up disparaging signs, uttered falsehoods.....
  • Amid Complaints, Ford to Drop C-Max Hybrid to 43 MPG

     
    Ford will lower EPA mileage on the C-Max hybrid to 43 mpg in combined city/highway ratings ??? a drop of 4 mpg compared with today's 47-mpg rating. The automaker will announce full details at a press conference later this afternoon,......
  • Consumer Groups Sue Government Over Backup Camera Delay

     
    Consumers Union ??? the lobbying group for Consumer Reports ??? joined the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, Kids and Cars Inc. and two parents in filing a lawsuit Wednesday against the Department of Transportation for "unreasonable delay" on a......
  • Police Women of Broward County in court, again

     
    During a court hearing Monday involving┬?the TLC/Discovery Channel TV show, “Police Women of Broward County,”┬?Broward Judge David Haimes denied┬?a motion by Assistant Chief┬?Public Defender Gordon Weekes, Jr. to dismiss six cas...
  • Man charged with property rental fraud in Florida Keys

     
    John David Williams, 52, of Tavernier Photo: Monroe County Sheriff's Office, courtesy The Monroe County Sheriff???s Office is investigating a man who is accused of defrauding renters of vacation homes in the Florida Keys. So far, a sheriff???s spokeswoman...
  • Trial tomorrow for Gloucester resident Bill Dodson

     
    Bill Dodson, a Gloucester endodontist and member of the county's Go Green Committee, is on trial tomorrow morning on a misdemeanor charge of pointing or brandishing a firearm at another. The trial in Gloucester General District Court is scheduled to......
  • Is Rothstein cohort Debra Villegas' 10-year sentence right?

     
    Is 10 years too harsh, too soft or just right for Debra Villegas? That's the question I kept hearing over the weekend, after Scott Rothstein's former right-hand woman was sentenced for her role in his infamous Ponzi scheme. Villegas' sentencing......