appeal Justices Toss Out Death Sentence In Carlie Brucia Murder By News Service of Florida • Apr 6, 2018 Wikimedia Commons A divided Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ordered resentencing for a Death Row inmate who was convicted in the 2004 sexual assault and murder of 11-year-old Carlie Brucia --- a Sarasota County case that drew national attention. Judge Releases Upwards Of 200 Letters On Behalf, Against Corrine Brown By Lindsey Kilbride • Dec 20, 2017 Upwards of 200 people wrote letters on behalf and against former Congresswoman Corrine Brown prior to her sentencing in a fraud trial earlier this month. One-Time DOJ Lawyer: Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s Case Far From Over By Ryan Benk • Dec 6, 2017 Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown is hoping an appellate court overturns her fraud convictions after her sentencing Monday. But one former Department of Justice prosecutor thinks the only thing certain about her chances is uncertainty. Listen Listening... / Listen to the story airing on 89.9 WJCT-FM Judge Denies Corrine Brown’s Requests For New Trial, Acquittal By Ryan Benk • Aug 17, 2017 Federal Judge Timothy Corrigan ruled Wednesday that former Congresswoman Corrine Brown is not entitled to a new trial and should not be acquitted of 18 counts of fraud. Florida Supreme Court Hears Death Penalty Appeal By Nick Evans • Oct 6, 2016 The Florida Supreme Court is considering more cases thrown into doubt by a US Supreme Court ruling earlier this year. Nick Evans reports. Supreme Court Turns Down Appeal In Tobacco Case By The News Service of Florida • Aug 31, 2016 The Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up an appeal by a woman who sued tobacco companies after her husband died of cancer following decades of smoking.