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Judge dismisses lawsuit brought by 'God' over utility costs

JACKSONVILLE -- A federal judge in Florida has thrown out a lawsuit pitting “God” against the power company. The judge for the U.S. District for the Middle District of Florida in Jacksonville dismissed the case in March saying the plaintiff’s complaint was deficient.

Appeals court finds dog owner liable for Humane Society volunteer's injury

The 1st District Court of Appeal in Florida has reversed a trial court decision, ruling that a dog owner is liable for an injury sustained by a woman volunteering for the Humane Society at a dog park.

Judge rules expert witnesses can testify in Carnival negligence lawsuit

MIAMI — A judge in a negligence lawsuit against Carnival Cruise Lines and a travel company it partners with has ruled two expert witnesses for the plaintiff will be allowed to testify as experts and that the defendant’s doubts about their credibility as experts is best addressed in cross-examination.