4th district court of appeal (8)

By Steve Plunkett

A panel of three judges at the 4th District Court of Appeal peppered the lawyers on both sides of Richard Lucibella’s simple battery case with questions during oral arguments.
Neither Leonard Feuer, representing the Ocean Ridge resi

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By Steve Plunkett

Attorneys for Richard Lucibella and the state of Florida will square off for oral arguments before the 4th District Court of Appeal on Feb. 25.
Lucibella, now 66, is appealing his conviction of misdemeanor battery on Ocean Ridge pol

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By Steve Plunkett

Gulf Stream resident Martin O’Boyle might get to inspect more text messages from Mayor Scott Morgan’s personal cellphone after winning part of an appeal of a state Sunshine Law and public records case against the town.
In a written

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By Steve Plunkett

Town resident Martin O’Boyle appears to have won his first public records lawsuit against Gulf Stream, but whether it will cost the town $650,000 or only $10,000 is yet another dispute.
7960771074?profile=original7960771678?profile=originalO’Boyle said Gulf Stream would pay $100,000 ex

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By Dan Moffett

    The 4th District Court of Appeal has ruled that Palm Beach County cities and towns don’t have to pay the county’s bill for running an inspector general’s office — even though their voters approved it.
    The unanimous ruling by a th

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By Sallie James

    It’s over — at least for now.
    A proposed orthodox synagogue and museum that spawned three lawsuits and packed City Hall with angry residents will not be built.
    The 4th District Court of Appeal in West Palm Beach in November d

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7960656088?profile=originalBy Sallie James
and Steve Plunkett

    It’s not over yet.
    Despite a court ruling that Boca Raton city officials erred in giving the Chabad of East Boca Raton permission to build a new synagogue and museum, Chabad officials aren’t giving up the fig

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By Sallie James

    Boca Raton has discontinued its red light camera program in the wake of recent litigation that red-flagged the issuance of traffic tickets by a third party vendor.

    At a Feb. 10 council meeting, City Manager Leif Ahnell announc

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