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February 2019 Archives

Man charged with murder of woman scheduled to testify

A 30-year-old Florida man has been charged with possession of a firearm by a felon, kidnapping and first-degree murder in connection with a woman who disappeared on February 9. She was last seen at a 7-Eleven in Cocoa. A few days later, her body was discovered.

An explanation of lewd and lascivious behavior laws in Florida.

Florida has a strict set of lewd and lascivious behavior laws that often carry substantial penalties. In many cases a charge can constitute a second or third-degree felony. Nearly all convictions may carry a prison sentence and the requirement that the defendant register as a sexual offender.

Florida bank gunman indicted on 5 counts of 1st degree murder

A grand jury has approved five counts of first-degree murder against the 21-year-old man accused of killing five women at a SunTrust bank location in Sebring. A state attorney for the 10th Judicial Circuit said that the severity of the crime justifies asking for the death penalty if convictions result from the criminal charges.

Tech billionaire's lawyer wants drug trafficking charges dropped

Marketers want people in Florida who visit Las Vegas to think that what happens there stays there. This was not the case for a retired technology business billionaire who now faces charges of drug trafficking alongside his girlfriend after a stay at the Wynn Encore Casino Hotel on the Strip. His lawyer, who has defended other celebrities facing drug charges, said he will file a motion to dismiss drug trafficking charges because of insufficient evidence.

Florida authorities crack medical insurance fraud ring

Florida authorities have arrested 10 people for allegedly operating a medical billing fraud scheme in Fort Myers. A local television station reported that state investigators are still searching for four other people who may have been involved in the operation.

Trial to begin in drug company kickback case

Former executives of Insys Therapeutics are on trial on charges of conspiracy, wire fraud and mail fraud. The individuals are alleged to have contributed to the opioid crisis that has impacted people in Florida and around the country. In addition to those who are on trial, the company's former CEO as well as a former vice president of sales have entered guilty pleas. They are both currently cooperating with authorities.


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