New Lawsuit Filed Against Companies Involved in Terrifying Boat Crash Near Port Miami, Leaving Multiple People Injured

Miami, Florida – A new lawsuit has been filed in Miami against the companies involved in a frightening boat crash that occurred near Port Miami last month, leaving more than a dozen people injured. Stephanie and Matthew Camarato were passengers on the Thriller tour boat on February 11 when they were struck by a 43-foot charter boat, the Obelix. Attorney Jack Hickey, who is representing the Camaratos, described the devastating incident, stating, “Everybody’s having a good time one minute. The next minute their lives are shattered, changed forever.” The lawsuit alleges that Stephanie Camarato, a … Read more

Former Alachua County Judge Passes Away, Leaving a Void in the Judicial System

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Judge Walter Green, a former Alachua County judge, passed away on Tuesday, according to officials from the State Attorney’s Office. Green had served in his role with the Eighth Judicial Circuit for nearly two decades before retiring in December. His decision to retire was driven by a desire to spend more time with his family. The news of Green’s death leaves a vacancy that the members of the Eighth Judicial Circuit nominating commission are currently seeking to fill. During his tenure as a judge, Green played a significant role in the Alachua … Read more

Cobb County Judge Contemplates Overturning Verdict in Case of Concealed Death, Leaving Family Concerned

COBB COUNTY, Ga. – A Cobb County judge is currently reviewing the conviction of a man found guilty of concealing his girlfriend’s death. The potential overturning of the jury’s verdict has raised concerns for Hailey Johnson’s family, who fear that justice may be denied. Hailey’s tragic death in 2022 resurfaced during her boyfriend’s trial, which lasted four days. The jury found Brooks Cleary guilty on all charges, providing a glimmer of hope for her family. However, immediately after the verdict was read, Judge Jason Marbutt announced his consideration of acting as the 13th juror to … Read more

Mother on Trial for Leaving Toddler Alone for 10 Days: Can Depression Justify Her Actions?

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A woman in Cleveland, Ohio is on trial for leaving her 16-month-old daughter alone in a playpen for 10 days while she vacationed. The child was found dead when the woman, Kristel Candelario, returned home and called the police. Candelario has been arrested and pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and child endangerment, resulting in a life sentence. Candelario’s defense team has struggled to defend her actions, arguing that she was struggling with depression and anxiety. However, her lawyer, Derek Smith, emphasized that these mental health conditions do not excuse what happened. He … Read more