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Spohrer has career of big cases and is a bit of a daredevil outside the office
Jacksonville, Florida
Robert Spohrer is a licensed pilot who is among the United States’ premier aviation lawyers. He rides sport motorcycles on mountain passes throughout the world.
January 26 2015
Meet the 15 semi-finalists for…
Jacksonville, Florida
VIDEO: The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is considering the case closed in the murder of Mark Taylor, after the arrest of Cedric Williams-Daniels.
January 25 2015
When is a crime of hatred not a hate crime?
Jacksonville, Florida
The United States brands itself ‘post-racial’ but has never overcome its long history of racism, as the murder of Jordan Davis by Michael Dunn shows I saw the story of America in three and a half minutes. They took place on Black Friday, 2012, in a gas station parking lot in Jacksonville, Florida. There, a white middle-aged software engineer named Michael Dunn argued with a black teenager ...
January 25 2015
Honoring Choices Florida aims to get people talking about how health-care decisions will be made &#
Florida
About 14 percent of people who die in a hospital or other health-care facility in Jacksonville have what is known as advanced-care directives, documents making clear the person’s wishes about future health-care decisions. That’s in contrast to about 96 percent of the people who die in the care of Gunderson Health System in La Crosse, Wis. That’s one of the reasons Bernard “Bud” Hammes, the ...
January 23 2015
Man who died at Paisley house party was facing charges of attacking his ex-girlfriend
Jacksonville, Florida
GRAEME Kay, who died after sustaining serious injuries at a house party in the early hours of Sunday, was due to stand trial over an alleged attack on his former girlfriend.
January 23 2015
Florida Supreme Court upholds death penalty in Craigslist killer case
Florida
The Florida Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence against a Georgia man who came to be known as the “Craigslist Killer” after he murdered a woman in Jacksonville. David Kelsey Sparre, 23, was convicted of killing Tiara Pool in July 2010 inside her Hodges Boulevard apartment. Sparre, who lived in Waynesville, Ga., arranged to meet Pool through Craiglist while her husband was deployed at sea ...
January 22 2015
Appeals court backs Angela Corey’s office on public records review of Michael Dunn's jailhous
Florida
An appeals court Tuesday backed prosecutors in a public-records fight with Jacksonville news organizations about access to recordings of jailhouse phone calls in the high-profile murder case of Michael Dunn.
January 22 2015
As tax season…
Florida
An appeals court Tuesday backed prosecutors in a public-records fight with Jacksonville news organizations about access to recordings of jailhouse phone calls in the high-profile murder case of Michael Dunn.
January 21 2015
WellCare and Farm Share Partner to Give Away More Than 120,000 Pounds of Food to Jacksonville’s N
Florida
WellCare Health Plans, Inc. (NYSE: WCG) and Farm Share, Inc. announced today that WellCare of Florida and Farm Share will give away more than 120,000 pounds of free, healthy food to Jacksonville’s Northside community on Saturday, Jan. 17. (PRWeb January 15, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01/prweb12446256.htm
January 18 2015
Police: 50-year-old shot, killed by homeless 17-year-old
Jacksonville, Florida
EVEN THOSE SPA *L SPARKLEERS CAN BE DANGEROUS. THEY CAUSED MORE THAN HUNDRED FIRES. CASE CLOSED. A THREE MONTH OLD MURDER CASE. POLICE ARRESTED 17-YEAR-OLD CEDRIC WOMEN -- WILLIAMS. IT HAPPENED AT THE HIGHLANDER APARTMENTS ON THE NORTH SIDE. ADRIAN MOORE WITH INVESTIGATORS AND JOINING US LIVE FROM DOWNTOWN. REPORTER: POLICE SAY THIS 17-YEAR-OLD HOMELESS MAN LURED MARK TAYLOR TO THE HIGHLANDER ...
January 12 2015
Shot for playing 'thug music': Florida self-defence law complicated jury’s job in Michael
Miami, Florida
Jacksonville, Florida: In failing to acquit or convict Michael Dunn on the most significant charge — the premeditated murder of a teenager in a dispute over loud music — a jury on Saturday may have run headlong into the breadth and reach of Florida’s contentious "stand-your-ground" self-defence law.        
January 10 2015
After dodging criminal charges, Matt Shirk faces tough road to political rehabilitation
Jacksonville, Florida
Fourth Circuit Public Defender Matt Shirk entered 2015 without facing criminal charges and secure in the knowledge that The Florida Bar will not seek to discipline him while in office despite the recommendations of a grand jury. Now Shirk must figure out a way to salvage a political career severely damaged by allegations that he sent sexually suggestive text messages to employees, deleted public ...
January 05 2015
Conviction in 2008 murder of Deloris Futrell overturned
Jacksonville, Florida
Randall Deviney appears in court for a pretrial hearing. A judge denied a request by the defense lawyer for Randall Deviney to delay his retrial, scheduled to begin next week.
January 05 2015
From London to…
Florida
VIDEO: The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is considering the case closed in the murder of Mark Taylor, after the arrest of Cedric Williams-Daniels.
December 31 2014
Holiday Happenings
Florida
ONGOING Holiday on the River Concert and Dance Series , through Sunday, The Jacksonville Landing, in front of the 56-foot Christmas tree in the Courtyard. Features daily and evening live performances by area schools, churches and dance groups. Full schedule, (904) 353-1188 or jacksonvillelanding.com. ■ Friday — Ultimate Dance and Tumble, 6:15 p.m.; Bold Boys and Girls Blub Dance, 7:15 p.m ...
December 25 2014
Judge unwraps best Christmas gift of all as he handles group holiday adoption
Florida
The Durrence family filed into the Jacksonville courtroom Friday morning, everyone from grandparents to aunts and uncles lining up before Circuit Judge David Gooding. They filled the floor from one red ribbon and balloon-bedecked corner of Gooding’s bench to the other. But they were all there for little Gia, Rodney and Braiden, adopted into Ray and Karen Durrence’s Westside family at the judge’s ...
December 25 2014
Ashley Furniture HomeStore Gives Comfort to Healing Warriors
Florida
This month, Ashley Furniture HomeStore – Jacksonville, helped furnish the new K9s for Warriors facility at Nocatee, which will provide critical recovery care for post-9/11 servicemen and women. (PRWeb December 19, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12405280.htm
December 25 2014
In-person help Saturday, December 13 at Regency Square Mall
Florida
THANK YOU VERY MUCH. THE TIME IS RUNNING OUT IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO SIGN UP FOR HEALTH INSURANCE. WE'RE A LITTLE OVER TWO MONTHS AWAY FROM THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT ENROLLMENT DEADLINE. IF YOU DON HAVE COVERAGE BY FEBRUARY 15th YOU COULD FACE A PENALTY TO HELP YOU GET SIGNED UP SEVERAL GROUPS ARE COMING TOGETHER IN JACKSONVILLE TO HOLD AN OPEN ENROLLMENT FAIR THIS SATURDAY AT REGENCY SQUARE MALL ...
December 25 2014
Man facing murder retrial after conviction overturned
Jacksonville, Florida
The Public Defender's Office has filed an appeal with the First District Court of Appeals to allow it to withdraw from the case of a former death row inmate whose conviction and death sentence in a 2008 murder were overturned.
December 18 2014
Judge To Rule On ESP Claims In Jacksonville Murder Case
Jacksonville, Florida
A self-proclaimed clairvoyant, who said she prophesized her daughter’s death, might be a key to the defense of the man accused of murdering a Jacksonville girl.
December 17 2014
Marissa Alexander's Allies Survey the Ground Lost
Holland, New York
The Jacksonville, Fla., resident accepted a plea deal in the same court district in Florida with the same prosecutor as in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. Both shooters claimed self-defense. Martin's killer was acquitted.
December 10 2014
Isreal Williams previously convicted of killing Thomas Schadowsky in 2013
Jacksonville, Florida
A man convicted of second-degree murder in the road rage shooting death of a man after a confrontation at a Northside gas station last year was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison.
December 10 2014
What Is Justice? Courts Face Special Questions When Juveniles Are Charged with Murder
Jacksonville, Florida
For adults convicted of first-degree murder, there are only two options: life behind bars without possibility of parole or the death penalty. But if a teenager is convicted, the answer is much less clear.
December 07 2014
Florida man accused in girl's death to keep lawyer
Florida
A Jacksonville judge refused the public defender's request to withdraw from the death penalty case of a man accused of raping and murdering 8-year-old Cherish Perrywinkle.
December 04 2014
Jacksonville area leads state in number of youths lingering on probation just for court fees
Jacksonville, Florida
More Jacksonville area juveniles remain on probation for not paying their court fees than in any other circuit in Florida, according to the most recent state data. The youths satisfied all other requirements of their probation such as apology letters, restitution to victims and community service hours, but lingering court fees keep them on the probation rolls. Most juveniles pay their court fees ...
November 27 2014
28-year-old has history of domestic violence, trespassing arrests
Baker, Florida
A 28-year-old man police found sitting outside his mother's apartment Wednesday afternoon was arrested and charged with her murder. According to Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Assistant Chief Chris Butler, Henry Harriford went to 59-year-old Jenette Harriford's apartment to ask her for money.
November 14 2014
Spike in infant abuse deaths brings focus on poverty, other stresses faced by some Jacksonville fam
Baker, Florida
Wolfson Children's Hospital recorded six probable child abuse or neglect deaths from Jan. 1 to Sept. 1,and 131 cases of abuse or neglect in the same time period.
November 14 2014
Man gets life in prison in loud music killing
Jacksonville, Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - A Florida man convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teenager in an argument over loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole.
November 10 2014
Michael Dunn sentenced life in prison for murdering black teen over loud music
Jacksonville, Florida
Matt Bradwell JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 17 (UPI) -- Michael Dunn, the Florida man who shot and killed 17-year-old Jordan Davis for playing loud music, was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
November 10 2014
Jury convicts Jacksonville man of murder for racial slur
Jacksonville, Florida
A Jacksonville jury took less than an hour Friday to convict a longshoreman of murdering the man who insulted him with a racial slur during a 2013 argument outside a Gate gas station.
November 09 2014
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