Today, Governor Ron DeSantis suspended State Attorney Andrew Warren of the 13th Judicial Circuit due to neglect of duty.

State Attorney Suspended By Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Testifies In Bid To Get Job Back

Andrew Warren, a twice-elected Hillsborough County state attorney suspended by Gov. Ron DeSantis in August, took the stand Tuesday as he testified in a federal lawsuit aimed at getting his job back. Warren’s testimony came on the first day of a trial before U.S. District…

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Marijuana farms are being rapidly established in Oklahoma, now home to the largest number of licensed farms for the substance, The New York Times reported.

Former Florida Correctional Officer Asks Appeals Court To Overturn Medical Marijuana Dismissal

In what could be a first-of-its-kind case in Florida, a former state correctional officer is asking an appeals court to overturn his dismissal for using medical marijuana. Samuel Velez Ortiz, who was a sergeant for the Florida Department of Corrections, was approved by a doctor…

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She’s demanding $5 million because she needs longer than 3½ minutes to heat up her microwavable macaroni and cheese.

Florida Woman Sues Kraft For $5 Million Because Her Mac ‘N’ Cheese Took Too Long To Make

If you don’t think America is an overly litigious society, meet Amanda Ramirez. The South Florida woman recently sued one of America’s biggest food companies for false advertising. She’s demanding $5 million because she needs longer than 3½ minutes to heat up her microwavable macaroni…

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The firm is accused of invading the privacy and causing aggravation, annoyance, and inconvenience for presumably countless Florida residents who have received the company’s automated phone calls, text messages, or voicemails.

Two Florida Supreme Court Justices Face Possibility Of Disqualification From Cases

Two Florida Supreme Court justices face the possibility of disqualification from cases challenging the eligibility of candidates to become judges on revamped state appeals courts. Justices John Couriel and Charles Canady served as references for candidates seeking seats on the new 6th District Court of…

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