JUDGE WILL DECIDE IF FLORIDA MAN ACCUSED IN 9/11 BOMB PLOT IS FIT TO STAND TRIAL
A federal judge in Jacksonville will determine Monday if Joshua Goldberg, who’s accused of sending bomb-making plans to an FBI informant for an alleged attack on the 9/11 anniversary, is mentally competent enough to stand trial.
COURT HEARINGS BEGIN OVER NEW MAP FOR FLORIDA’S 40 STATE SENATE DISTRICTS
Judge George Reynolds on Monday will begin sorting through rival maps and proposals. The Legislature was to draw a new map this fall, but a special session fell apart after the House and Senate failed to agree.
MONDAY IS THE DEADLINE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE CHALLENGES TO THE FIVE DISPENSING ORGANIZATIONS SELECTED TO GROW MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN FLORIDA
At least six challenges are expected to be filed to the Department of Health. In order to qualify, nurseries had to have been in business in the state for at least 30 years and grown a minimum of 400,000 plants at the time of the application.
HALLANDALE BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT BECOMES FIRST IN BROWARD COUNTY TO START WEARING BODY CAMERAS
The use of body cameras is part of new reforms sweeping through the department, which plans to equip 28 out of 100 officers with body cameras in the first year of the pilot program.
TO CELEBRATE MIAMI DOLPHINS’ 50TH SEASON, 50 PLAYERS SELECTED AS AN ALL-TIME TEAM
The players selected by fans, alumni and media will be introduced at halftime Monday night against the New York Giants.