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70-Year Old Murder Case Re-Opened & Overturned
70-Year Old Murder Case Re-Opened & Overturned

In 1944, George Stinney Jr. became the youngest person executed in the U.S. in the 20 th century. Stinney was just 14 years old when he was found guilty of murder in South Carolina. Although at the time Stinney was old enough to be held responsible for a crime in the state ...

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Blog Posts in 2014

  • Waldo Police Force Disbanded after Ticketing Scandal

    The police department in Waldo, Florida, is to be disbanded. The City Council voted on Tuesday, September 30 th , to remove the law enforcement office ...

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  • Families of Inmates Burdened by Prison Banking

    Most inmates rely on family for financial support during their incarceration. Funds often go to basic supplies, including toothpaste and clothing. ...

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  • Second Thoughts After a Plea in Florida

    Motion to Withdraw Plea in Florida Many people that have been sentenced have second thoughts after entering a guilty or no contest plea. Often, ...

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  • Supreme Court Reverses Florida's IQ-Related Death Penalty Law

    Late last month, in a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court issued in a ruling in the case of Hall v. State of Florida , according to a Washington Post ...

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  • New York Court Stenographer Goes Rogue

    The New York Post recently reported that a New York City court reporter has potentially compromised 30 cases—including a number of convictions—because ...

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  • Florida Highway Patrol Educates Drivers About "Move Over" Law

    At the beginning of 2014, the Florida Highway Patrol launched a month-long initiative to educate drivers about the state's "Move Over" law. The ...

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  • Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. Attends "Death is Different" Seminar in Orlando

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  • Justice Summit Met in Central Florida

    The third annual Justice Summit was recently held in Central Florida and attended by law enforcement officials, court administrators, judges and ...

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  • Blanket Drug Testing for Florida Welfare Applicants Deemed Unconstitutional

    In late 2013, a federal judge ruled that a Florida law requiring welfare applicants to undergo drug testing violated their constitutional right to be ...

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