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What You Need To Know About The COVID-19 Vaccine

Since vaccines began to arrive in the state in mid-December, more than 700,000 Floridians have been fully vaccinated. Despite the growing number of vaccines, some Floridians are still unsure of what the vaccine consists of, where to get it and more.  WUFT compiled answers to some common questions.  Fast facts …

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Lawyers For Death Row Inmate Fire Back At Bondi

Lawyers for a Death Row inmate Larry Darnell Perry are blasting Attorney General Pam Bondi's request that the Florida Supreme Court clarify a decision that struck down a new law because it did not require unanimous jury recommendations in death-penalty cases.

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Court Considers Self-defense Claims In Jacksonville Teen’s Death

An appeals court heard arguments Tuesday about whether Michael Dunn was acting in self-defense when he fatally shot teenager Jordan Davis in 2012 in the parking lot of a Jacksonville convenience store. Dunn's attorney has raised a series of issues in trying to overturn Dunn's first-degree murder conviction, most of which are focused on whether Dunn acted justifiably in self-defense.

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