Attorney: Flow of crime information ‘odd’

Tallahassee Democrat by Karl Etters August 5, 2017 Tallahassee’s practice of sending crime reports to City Hall for vetting before releasing information to the public is an unusual one, media law attorneys say. And it remains unclear whether anyone else
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Sessions: DOJ reviewing policies on media subpoenas

POLITICO by Madeline Conway August 4, 2017 The Justice Department is considering making changes to its policies on subpoenaing news organizations as part of its crackdown on government leaks, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday. At a news conference, Sessions
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‘Bias’ earns state award

Herald-Tribune July 28, 2017 Herald-Tribune reporters Emily Le Coz and Josh Salman received the “L. Clayton Nance Award” on Thursday from the Florida Public Defender Association for their “Bias on the Bench” series, which found judges throughout Florida sentence black defendants to harsher
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