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Florida nursing home worker accused of exploiting resident

On Dec. 16, law enforcement officials reportedly charged a former nursing home worker with multiple felonies, including grand theft. Officials accused the former nursing home worker, a 42-year-old woman, of stealing approximately $12,000 from an elderly patient in her care.

Florida nursing home worker accused of exploiting resident

On Dec. 16, law enforcement officials reportedly charged a former nursing home worker with multiple felonies, including grand theft. Officials accused the former nursing home worker, a 42-year-old woman, of stealing approximately $12,000 from an elderly patient in her care.

Parental responsibility for juvenile crimes

When a minor who is under the age of 18 commits a crime in Florida, his or her parents or legal guardians may also be held responsible for the crime. The court may impose various penalties onto the parents of a juvenile for the crimes they commit, in addition to the penalties imposed directly onto the juvenile.

Parental responsibility for juvenile crimes

When a minor who is under the age of 18 commits a crime in Florida, his or her parents or legal guardians may also be held responsible for the crime. The court may impose various penalties onto the parents of a juvenile for the crimes they commit, in addition to the penalties imposed directly onto the juvenile.

U.S. Supreme Court finds that search was not unreasonable

Florida residents might be interested to learn about a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling concerning the Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. On Dec. 15, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a police officer did not violate a driver's Fourth Amendment rights by searching his vehicle following an unlawful traffic stop. The lone voice of dissent in the 8-1 vote was from Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

U.S. Supreme Court finds that search was not unreasonable

Florida residents might be interested to learn about a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling concerning the Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. On Dec. 15, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a police officer did not violate a driver's Fourth Amendment rights by searching his vehicle following an unlawful traffic stop. The lone voice of dissent in the 8-1 vote was from Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

3 juveniles charged for robbing pizza delivery driver

On Dec. 1, three juveniles in Florida were accused of shooting a pizza delivery driver with BB guns. The individuals accused of juvenile crimes are reportedly 12- and 13-year-old teens. Although reports about the incident indicate that there were four juveniles, only three have been taken into police custody. All of the minors received charges for criminal mischief, battery and robbery with a weapon.

3 juveniles charged for robbing pizza delivery driver

On Dec. 1, three juveniles in Florida were accused of shooting a pizza delivery driver with BB guns. The individuals accused of juvenile crimes are reportedly 12- and 13-year-old teens. Although reports about the incident indicate that there were four juveniles, only three have been taken into police custody. All of the minors received charges for criminal mischief, battery and robbery with a weapon.

Man detained for gas station and pharmacy robbery

Authorities have taken a 27-year-old man into custody on charges of several counts of armed robbery after a car chase following his alleged hold-up of a Florida convenience store and an Alabama pharmacy. Police detained him after a high-speed chase in Mississippi leading from Choctaw County to Montgomery County.

Man detained for gas station and pharmacy robbery

Authorities have taken a 27-year-old man into custody on charges of several counts of armed robbery after a car chase following his alleged hold-up of a Florida convenience store and an Alabama pharmacy. Police detained him after a high-speed chase in Mississippi leading from Choctaw County to Montgomery County.

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