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  • Snipes faces court in county D2 fiasco

    It's time for this week's installment of the twisting, turning saga that is the Broward County Commission District 2 race.
  • Attorney wants Sunshine Law charge dropped against Scott Batterson

    Attorney wants Sunshine Law charge dropped against Scott Batterson
    Attorneys for a jailed former Orlando expressway authority director will be in court this morning to argue that a charge their client broke a public meeting law should be dropped. Scott Batterson has been incarcerated since late August, when he was...

    Hampton woman found guilty of eluding police, DUI in New Kent

    Hampton woman found guilty of eluding police, DUI in New Kent
    NEW KENT – A Hampton woman has been found guilty of eluding police and driving under the influence on I-64. Dana Michele Kosky, 44, pleaded guilty to felony eluding police and misdemeanor DUI in New Kent Circuit Court Monday. A marijuana...

    Witness' dubious history puts a 16-year-old murder conviction in doubt

    Witness' dubious history puts a 16-year-old murder conviction in doubt
    June Patti had a hunger to be heard. A large woman with scarlet-dyed hair and a loud, raspy voice, Patti was a known drug addict who presented herself as a paralegal. Raised in the Redondo Beach area, she moved to northwest Washington state in the 1990s...

    U.S. courts deny trafficking victims lost wages: study

    WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Most victims of sex and labor trafficking in the United States fail to get any back pay, despite a U.S. law requiring courts to order convicted traffickers to pay their lost wages, a new study has found. Sex...