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Vote registration fraud investigation could be underway

Melissa Busch Dec. 23, 2016, 1:45pm

MIAMI — The Miami-Dade Office of the State's Attorney would neither confirm nor deny whether there is an open investigation into alleged voter fraud in Doral during the November general election.

Task force attempts to close law loopholes for halfway houses

Caleb Murphy Oct. 4, 2016, 3:36pm

WEST PALM BEACH -- Loopholes in current laws regarding "sober homes" has prompted a task force to consider introducing stronger regulations.

Corey picks up two endorsements, makes campaign staff changes in 4th Circuit race

April Bamburg Jul. 14, 2016, 1:31pm

TALLAHASSEE – Even after eight years as a state’s attorney, Jacksonville native Angela Corey sees a job that’s still not finished. 

Campaign contributions a 'permanent reality,' says lawyer

Karen Kidd Jun. 24, 2016, 7:06pm

TALLAHASSEE –– Donald Trump's political contribution to Florida's elected attorney general created at least the appearance of bias and impropriety. This is a danger faced by all elected legal officials, a Miami attorney said during a recent interview.

Florida case that affirmed AG's power to dismiss whistle-blower lawsuits not quite over yet

Karen Kidd Apr. 8, 2016, 4:42pm

TALLAHASSEE – When Florida's 1st District Court of Appeals affirmed in February the state attorney general's authority to dismiss a qui tam whistle-blower lawsuit in which it chose not to intervene, most legal observers declared the case of Zoltan Barati vs. State of Florida, Motorola, Inc. et al. dead. The case, however, is proving to still have some fight left. 

First District Court of Appeal upholds attorney general's dismissal of whistle-blower case

April Bamburg Apr. 6, 2016, 8:38pm

TALLAHASSEE – Attorney General Pam Bondi scored a win recently from the 1st District Court of Appeal of Florida when the appellate judges ruled that she did have authority to dismiss a 2009 whistle-blower lawsuit, despite a decision not to intervene formally in the case.

Settlement to give relief to more KB Homes homeowners

Emma Gallimore Mar. 25, 2016, 10:20pm

TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Attorney General’s office has reached a multi-million dollar settlement with homebuilder KB Homes and its subsidiaries to repair homes found to not meet certain construction requirements.