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Defense Claims Psychic Violated Chain Of Evidence

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In a highly-publicized cold case dating back to 1990, DNA evidence from a beer can appears to implicate Steven Gribben in the murder. According to police, everything in the living room was spattered with blood except the beer can which had Gribben’s DNA on it. On that basis, they are trying the man 30… Read More »

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Racial Bias To Blame For Lack Of Criminal Charges In Deadly Accident?

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A white motorist killed a Black nursing student and the family is outraged that no criminal charges have been filed against the white motorist. While toxicology reports have not indicated the driver was drunk at the time of the accident, that would not stop prosecutors from filing vehicular homicide charges against the motorist for… Read More »

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Men Found Not Guilty After 16-Year-Old Caught Shootout Crossfire

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A West Palm Beach jury found two men not guilty of first-degree murder after a 16-year-old girl was killed in the crossfire. The prosecution had claimed that the two men conducted a drive-by shooting, but the men alleged that someone had fired at their vehicle first and they returned fire. They further contended that… Read More »

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Man Facing 2nd-Degree Murder Claims Gun Went Off Accidentally

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A West Palm Beach man is facing charges for second-degree murder after he said a struggle with his girlfriend resulted in the accidental shooting. The man first told police that an intruder had entered the home and shot his girlfriend. However, surveillance camera footage did not support such a claim. He later told police… Read More »

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Woman Brings Gun To Fistfight, Charged With Murder

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

Two women went to settle issues with their fists, but one of them brought a gun resulting in second-degree murder charges. The defendant’s sister was scheduled to engage in a fist fight in the park, but she brought a gun to “protect herself and her sister” and “make sure the fight was fair”. One… Read More »

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