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Jim RosicaJune 8, 2018
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A Jacksonville man’s sentence on drug possession charges was struck down by an appellate court Friday because of the state’s “911 Good Samaritan Act.” A unanimous three-judge panel of the 1st District Court of Appeal reversed Thomas John Pope‘s 15-month sentence on possession of heroin and marijuana charges. Pope, 26, already was released from minimum custody this […]

A.G. GancarskiDecember 4, 2017
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Sentencing looms Monday morning for Corrine Brown and her two co-conspirators in the One Door for Education case. Brown, her former chief of staff Ronnie Simmons and the former CEO of the charity, Carla Wiley, almost certainly face prison time and restitution. Brown is looking at $1,179,459.25 in restitution and fines; she also could face up to nine years in […]


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