Attorney General Pam Bondi

Five Things to Know in Florida for Sept. 7

Five Things to Know in Florida for Sept. 7

FLORIDA SUPREME COURT DELAYS COURT PROCEEDINGS FOR MAN SCHEDULED TO BE EXECUTED IN OCTOBER Lawyers for Michael Ray Lambrix on Wednesday asked for additional time to file motions and court briefings because the attorneys live in the expected path of Hurricane Irma. Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office objected, saying Irma’s impact was “days away.” Justices […]

Five Things to Know in Florida for Aug. 16

Five Things to Know in Florida for Aug. 16

2 ex-guards in KKK convicted of plot to kill black inmate Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office said Tuesday that a Columbia County jury found 49-year-old David Elliot Moran and 45-year-old Charles Thomas Newcomb guilty of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. Prosecutors say the murder plot started after a third guard and Klan member, 27-year-old Thomas […]

Five Things to Know in Florida for Aug. 3

Five Things to Know in Florida for Aug. 3

POLICE: MAN STABS WIFE DURING ARGUMENT OVER PEELING MANGOES Uriel Bradshaw was arrested Saturday on charges of aggravated battery with a weapon. An arrest report says Bradshaw was eating mangoes in a bedroom of the couple’s West Palm Beach home. His 65-year-old wife became irritated when she saw he was putting pieces of the mangoes […]

Five Things to Know in Florida for May 25

Five Things to Know in Florida for May 25

FLORIDA COST FOR OPPOSING GAY MARRIAGE? $213,000 AND RISING State officials have agreed to pay that much to the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida to cover attorney fees and other costs. Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office is also actively negotiating to reach a settlement with another group of attorneys also involved in the case. […]

From Instant Message to Instant Nightmare

From Instant Message to Instant Nightmare

One wrong click by your child on your unmonitored computer could spell disaster or just an innocent sleepover gone wrong as 16-year-old Shauna Newell of Pensacola learned in 2006.  “A mile a minute, that is how fast your child can disappear,” according to the Klaas Kids Foundation’s website.  Locally, Brad Dennis works as the director […]

Five Things to Know in Florida for Mar. 3

Five Things to Know in Florida for Mar. 3

DETECTIVES: FAKE TEEN DOCTOR STOLE $34,000 FROM PATIENT A judge ordered a teenager accused of being a fake doctor to take a mental health exam. Judge Joseph Marx ordered Wednesday that 18-year-old Malachi Love-Robinson could be released provided he undergoes the examination by Friday. EXECUTION DELAYED WHILE LAWMAKERS WORK TO FIX SYSTEM The Florida Supreme […]

5 Things to Know in Florida for Feb. 25

5 Things to Know in Florida for Feb. 25

LEGISLATURE VOTES TO REPLACE CONFEDERATE GENERAL’S STATUE The House approved the bill Wednesday requiring the Great Floridians Committee to recommend three individuals to be considered by the Legislature and governor to replace Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith. Smith is famous as the last Confederate officer to surrender a significant military force in the Civil War. POLICE […]