On Monday, state Attorney General Ashley Moody issued a Consumer Alert warning Floridians about a new phishing scam that offers fake COVID-19 relief funds. Scammers are impersonating Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chair Lina Khan in phishing emails, claiming the recipient...
Following a nationwide court-ordered injunction, last week, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody urged Florida sheriffs to transfer criminals in the country illegally to federal authorities for deportation, upon the completion of their sentences. The guidance comes after the U.S. District...
As a new school year begins, state Attorney General Ashley Moody shared tools and resources for parents to keep students safe online. With cybercrime accounting for approximately $445 billion in losses per year, a child’s access to the internet can...
This week, U.S. Rep. Al Lawson, D-Fla.. showcased his proposal to name the U.S. Courthouse of Northern Florida in downtown Tallahassee after Florida’s first Black Supreme Court Justice, Joseph Hatchett who passed away at the end of April. Lawson introduced...
Florida's two U.S. senators--Marco Rubio and Rick Scott--joined more than 40 fellow Republican senators in sending a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to request an update on the status of Special Counsel John Durham’s review of the...
A 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Saturday morning, Aug. 14. The earthquake killed more than 1,900 people and upended the lives of nearly 1.2 million Haitian citizens—both numbers are expected to increase in the coming days. On Wednesday, state Attorney...
On Tuesday, state Attorney General Ashley Moody announced that payments nearing half a million dollars were sent to nonprofits following a successful court action against an unlawful charity fundraising robocall scheme. Through the court action, Associated Community Services, its sister...
“Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Connor broke rock-hard barriers becoming the first women to sit on the Supreme Court and proved that women belong anywhere decisions are being made,” said Frankel. “Celebrating their careers with statues in their honor will inspire millions of visitors from around the world that pass through our Capitol.”
Are vanity plates really a First Amendment issue? Lauren Scardella, a New Jersey lawyer, weighed in on the matter.