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Law & Justice

August 6, 2022

PARKLAND, FL- The 1200 building on campus at Stoneman Douglas High School won't come down for at least another year. The building, which was recently visited by jury members in the penalty of phase of the ongoing trial for the February 18 shooter, was being kept intact for the completion of the ...

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PARKLAND, FL- The penalty phase of the trial for the Stoneman Douglas shooter begins today at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale. The trial will determine whether the shooter will be sentenced to life in prison without parole or the death penalty. The Stoneman Douglas tragedy ...

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PARKLAND, FL- When Parkland resident Rob Camhe retrieved his mail on June 15, 2022, he found an interesting letter included in the pile. The letter was from the Homeowners Association of Miralago, and it stated that he and his wife, Alison, were being fined $250 for speeding within the community in ...

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PARKLAND, FL- A local teenage boy has gone missing, and family and friends are seeking help in finding him. Chase Berkheimer,16, was last seen on Monday morning, April 4, 2022. He was wearing cargo shorts, a hoodie, and a hat. Berkheimer's family lives in Coconut Creek and attends Coastal ...

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PARKLAND, FL- The long-awaited sentencing trial for the Stoneman Douglas shooter begins today in Broward County. The process opens with a 12-person jury selection. Ultimately, the sentencing trial is expected to come down to the decision of life in prison versus a death sentence. Because of ...

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PARKLAND, FL- Whatever happened to Florida Justice George Mcrae? Parkland Vice Mayor and Historical Researcher Ken Cutler cracked a fascinating case recently, and his discoveries were published in the Florida Supreme Court Historical Review magazine. Cutler, a Parkland City Commissioner, has ...

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