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DCF Interim Secretary Pledges Transparency, Listening Tour

Calling for Special Session, Students Sit-In at Rick Scott's Office

DCF's Transformation of Child Safety: Does It Cut Too Many Corners?

FAMU Marching 100 Returns after Hazing Suspension

Five Questions for Lenny Curry

Wilkins to Meet With Agencies Over Contract Dispute

Five Questions for Sandy D'Alemberte

June 9, 2013 - 6:00pm

Talbot "Sandy" DAlemberte celebrated his 80th birthday last week with a bash at the Florida State University College of Law, where he was dean and continues to teach.

His life story also includes serving as the university's president, as a Democratic state representative from 1966 to 1972, and as president of the American Bar Association. While in the Legislature, DAlemberte chaired the House Judiciary Committee that drafted and passed a major judicial-reform constitutional amendment in 1972.

Scott Signs Bills Giving Trafficking Victims a Way to Clear Records

May 30, 2013 - 6:00pm

Victims of human trafficking will soon have a legal path to expunge records of crimes they were forced to commit in Florida.

Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday signed a pair of bills (HB 1325 and HB 1327) that take effect Jan. 1, creating a legal process for human-trafficking victims to get their criminal records expunged -- typically for prostitution charges.

The process would only apply to crimes committed while the victims were being forced, threatened or coerced.

Five Questions for Brian Pitts

Legislative Session has Big Wins for Early Learning Programs

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