Michael A. Garcia brokered a contract killing described by a judge as an "historically cold-blooded offense" – then helped authorities solve the crime.
TAMPA The gunman in the 2007 murder-for-hire of a Lithia man was sentenced this morning to life in federal prison.
Convicted of aggravated manslaughter, Trevor Dooley wanted a judge to grant a mistrial because of microphones placed in court during the trial by a cable television crew.
The lawyer for a Plant City man says that his client did not intend to kill his wife when he struck her in the head with a baseball bat.
A former Lithia woman and her husband were sentenced to life in federal prison Monday in the murder-for-hire five years ago of the woman's former husband.
The former girlfriend of Dontae Morris, accused in the deaths of two officers, faces a federal trial for not reporting him as a felon in possession of a weapon.
Hours after authorities say she drove away from the scene where two police officers had been killed, Cortnee Brantley repeatedly refused to tell police the name of her passenger who authorities say fired the fatal shots,...
A judge today denied a request from lawyers for Dontae Morris to transfer one of Morris' upcoming murder trials to another county.
A federal judge says law enforcement officers who attend Cortnee Brantley's upcoming federal trial will not be allowed to wear their uniforms unless they are testifying.
Cortnee Brantley says she is being unfairly singled out for federal prosecution and is again asking a judge to dismiss her indictment in connection with the deaths of two Tampa police officers.
A prosecutor says a 71-year-old man lied when he claimed he was defending himself when he shot and killed a decorated Air Force veteran on a basketball court in front of the man's young daughter.
Investigators say Christia Sehorne and her boyfriend hired another man to kill her estranged husband on June 7, 2007.
An Apollo Beach doctor whose license is suspended is accused of selling nearly 10,000 oxycodone pills to an undercover detective.
Sue Harris worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 15 years before leaving in 2005 while under investigation for missing mail.