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Latest Duval County Trials News
Florida mom denied 'stand your ground' defense in warning shot case
Florida
A judge has denied a Jacksonville woman's request to use Florida's so-called "stand your ground" law as a defense for attempted murder charges that arose after she fired a gun at her husband. In an order dated earlier this month, Duval County Circuit Court Judge James Daniel rejected 33-year-old Marissa Alexander's request to use the defense at her retrial. Alexander was previously denied ...
July 21 2014
Mia Jones to be named Jacksonville's first health commissioner
Florida
State Rep. Mia Jones will be the city's first health commissioner and lead a new campaign to help enroll the more than 25,000 uninsured Duval County children in Medicaid or Florida Healthy Kids.
July 18 2014
National grant to help Jacksonville reduce number of uninsured children
Florida
Cover Jacksonville, an upcoming campaign to help enroll more than 25,000 uninsured Duval County children in Medicaid or Florida Healthy Kids, will include the mayoral appointment of the city's first health commissioner and a pilot program at three local schools.
July 18 2014
Memorial drops challenge against UF Health hospital near airport
Florida
A long-simmering dispute about plans for a new hospital in northern Duval County appears to be finished, after another Jacksonville hospital dismissed a legal challenge this month.
July 18 2014
Darnell-Cookman students with hopes of medical futures spend week at Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Florida
From the time her little sister was born at Naval Hospital Jacksonville's facility at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Natalia Rodriguez has been interested in medicine. That's why the 16 year old rising junior at Darnell-Cookman School of the Medical Arts, began attending Duval County's medical magnet school when she was in the sixth grade.
June 23 2014
50 years ago: Judge Gooding weighs in on family court proposal
Florida
The Duval County Legal Aid Association heard details about the possible establishment of a family court from a man who said he was not yet convinced of its merits: Circuit Judge Marion Gooding.
May 21 2014
42-year-old escaped from Columbia County Detention Facility Tuesday night
Jacksonville, Florida
The Jacksonville man who appears to be making a career out of jail escapes made a first appearance in Duval County court Friday.
May 10 2014
Bill could allow UF Shands hospital in northern Duval
Florida
An omnibus health-care bill approved Thursday by a House committee could clear the way for UF Health Jacksonville to build a disputed hospital in northern Duval County.
April 15 2014
Hundreds of children in need of volunteer child advocates in Duval County dependency court
Florida
In Duval County, 55.8 percent of dependent children in the program do not have a volunteer guardian ad litem. Only Miami-Dade County had a lower percentage of children in the program appointed to volunteers.
April 13 2014
Michael Dunn Faces Retrial for Florida Shooting of Jordan Davis
Florida
A Florida man convicted of the attempted murder of an African-American teenager following a confrontation over loud rap music will be given a retrial. Jurors were deadlocked last month on the first-degree murder charge against Michael Dunn, 47, over the shooting of 17-year Jordan Davis outside a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida, in November 2012. A Duval County judge ruled on Friday ...
March 15 2014
Murder retrial scheduled for Florida man convicted of attempted murder in loud-music killing
Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A man convicted of attempted murder in a confrontation over loud music with an unarmed black teen won't be sentenced until after his retrial on a murder charge. A Duval County judge made that decision Friday and also scheduled a new trial for Michael Dunn, who is white, for May 5. Dunn had been scheduled this month to be sentenced for attempted murder and firing into a ...
March 14 2014
Retrial set for US man in loud music killing
Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Florida (AP) A man convicted of attempted murder in a confrontation over loud music with an unarmed black teen won't be sentenced until after his retrial on a murder charge.A Duval County judge made that decision...
March 14 2014
Sentencing in loud music shooting may be delayed
Florida
Michael Dunn enters the courtroom for a hearing at the Duval County Courthouse on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Jacksonville, Fla. Last month Dunn was convicted of the attempted murders of three teens and faces at least 60 years in prison; the jury deadlocked on whether he was guilty of the first degree murder of Jordan Davis.
March 13 2014
Editorial: Common ground on Stand Your Ground?
Florida
Following the verdict in the Michael Dunn murder trial, Duval County Sheriff John Rutherford told a reporter at The Florida Times-Union that his opinion on Florida's stand your ground law may be changing: "I think there is some tweaking .
March 07 2014
First Slice 2/16/14: Hung jury in Jordan Davis murder case
Florida
The Florida man accused of shooting at a car filled with teenagers for playing loud music could face up to 60 years in prison. Michael Dunn was found guilty by a Duval County jury of four counts, including attempted murder against three of the car's occupants.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
March 04 2014
Olympic Silver Medalist Hyleas Fountain Visits Jacksonville to Reward Winners of Duval County Conte
Florida
Fountain will lead students in GoNoodle, an in-classroom physical activity resource designed to improve student health and student performance. (PRWeb February 26, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11620702.htm
February 27 2014
Two cases of tuberculosis being investigated at Florida Blue complex
Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Duval County Health Department says they are working with health care provided Florida Blue, after two of their Southside workers tested positive for tuberculosis
January 14 2014
Two tuberculosis cases investigated at Florida Blue
Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Duval County Health Department says they are working with health care provider Florida Blue, after two of their Southside workers tested positive for tuberculosis
January 14 2014
FCN and Times-Union appeal withheld public records for Michael Dunn
Florida
Duval County Court Judge Russell Healey. Photo courtesy of The Florida-Times Union. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Judicial ethics and public records laws were the focus of a 1st District Court of Appeals hearing today in Tallahassee.
December 18 2013
State give UF Health Jacksonville another go-ahead for a Northside hospital
Florida
Seven months after it withdrew its support for UF Health Jacksonville, formerly Shands Jacksonville, to build a hospital on Duval Road across from the Riverside Marketplace, the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) has granted a new certificate of need for a 92 bed hospital. But Memorial Hospital, which successfully opposed the previous certificate of need, could once again ...
December 09 2013
Jacksonville called 'ticking time bomb' due to lack of adequate mental health services
Florida
Mental health services are woefully underfunded, fragmented in delivery and primarily supplied by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office for adults and Duval County Public Schools for children. Now, some key officials say something needs to be done before it's too late.
December 03 2013
Officials say 100 students, 6 staff from Jackson High identified for testing
Florida
The Florida Department of Health in Duval County is investigating two cases of active tuberculosis at Andrew Jackson High School.
November 30 2013
One in four Floridians without health insurance
Florida
In Duval County 145,000 people have no health insurance, Karen Hanna is one of them.
September 11 2013
1st confirmed case in Duval County this year
Florida
Health officials said there is a heightened concern that additional Jacksonville residents will become ill after a 57-year-old homeless man contracted the virus. He has since been released from the hospital.
September 11 2013
Police say 18-year-old driver failed to stop at sign, hit bus
Florida
CHANNEL 4 INVESTIGATES, SCHOOL BUS CARRYING STUDENTS TO CLASS SLAMS INTO A CAR POLICE SAY BLEW THROUGH A STOP SIGN. EVERYBODY WAS JUST SO SHOCKED. EVERYBODY WAS JUST, YOU KNOW, TERRIFIED LIKE I AM NOW, LIKE TALKING ABOUT IT JUST SCARE ME. I DON'T WANT TO RIDE THE BUS NO MORE. FORTUNATELY NO ONE WAS KILLED IN THIS COLLISION. TONIGHT WE EXAMINE THE SAFETY RECORD OF THE SCHOOL BUSES IN DUVAL COUNTY ...
August 24 2013
Loud music 1st-degree murder trial delayed to next year
Florida
A Florida man charged with first-degree murder in the death of a teenager following an argument over loud music coming from the teen's car will not go on trial until next year. A Duval County judge on Thursday granted a defense motion to delay 46-year-old Michael David Dunn's trial, which was set to begin on Sept. 23. The judge said the trial will likely occur sometime in January or February ...
August 17 2013
Florida Supreme Court Questions Validity Of Arbitration Agreements In Recent Med Mal Case
Florida
The Florida Supreme Court recently issued an important opinion in the world of medical malpractice that will hopefully serve as an example to courts in other states about the serious downsides of arbitration agreements. The recently decided case originated in Duval County after a woman sued on behalf of her late husband, Joseph Franks, who died in February 2009 from complications related to a ...
July 18 2013
State-Wide Service Dog Organization Names Pup in Honor of Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonv
Florida
A golden retriever being raised by Duval County Judge Emmet Ferguson for new Horizons Service Dogs is named Wolfson, in recognition of Wolfson Children’s Hospital. Ferguson’s 6-year old daughter Emma Ruth has been a patient at Wolfson Children’s many times since her birth. This is the second time that Judge Ferguson has raised a pup for New Horizons Service Dogs, an Orange City-based ...
July 18 2013
Celebrity may seem like a young person'…
Florida
The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously tossed out the death sentence of a man convicted in a 1994 murder in Duval County.
July 18 2013
Rally protesting George Zimmerman's acquittal draws 400-plus in Jacksonville
Jacksonville, Florida
Police did not allow traffic in the block surrounding the plaza and planned to escort marchers to the Duval County Courthouse. Those who attended remained peaceful, and police did not report any incidents.
July 16 2013
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