December 13 2017
8:30 am - 11:30 am

Broward Bond Court – Morning Session

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Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida.  It is first appearance court, also called bond court.

It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest.

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Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida.  It is first appearance court, also called bond court.

It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest.

World Justice News shows the Broward Bond Court free. Click here to watch the Broward Bond Court Hearings.
All working days 9:30 am to December 15, 2017

Zaevion Dobson Murder Trial

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Christopher Bassett, 22, Richard Williams 23 and Kipling Colbert Jr., 22, each face a first-degree murder charge along with other charges.

The state said the investigation showed 15 people were shot at in the Lonsdale neighborhood that night, with four people being hit and two of them dying - including Zaevion Dobson.

Morton said three guns were recovered with more than 90 shots being fired at multiple scenes, with 34 of those shots being found at the Lonsdale residence Zaevion was at when he shielded his friends from gunfire.

Investigators say Basset admitted to shooting into a crowd on the night of Dec. 17, 2015. He and Williams were arrested in an April 2016 traffic stop.

They were indicted on first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and firearm possession charges, in August 2016. Colbert was arrested in April 2016 on an unrelated charge, and was indicted on the first-degree murder charge in June 2017.

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All working days 9:30 am to December 15, 2017

Todd Kendhammer Trial

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  • Trial

Todd Kendhammer, 47, of West Salem, charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the September 2016 death of his wife, Barbara.

Prosecutors contend Todd Kendhammer fatally beat his wife of 25 years and tried to conceal her death by staging a freak car accident.

Kendhammer says she died when an airborne pipe pierced his windshield and struck her in the head. Kendhammer reported to police that a pipe came off of a truck and gone through the windshield of the couple's car, impaling his 46-year-old wife on Sept. 17, 2016.

She died a day later.

Police, however, found evidence that this wife had been beaten severely.

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Todd Kendhammer, 47, of West Salem, charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the September 2016 death of his wife, Barbara.

Prosecutors contend Todd Kendhammer fatally beat his wife of 25 years and tried to conceal her death by staging a freak car accident.

Kendhammer says she died when an airborne pipe pierced his windshield and struck her in the head. Kendhammer reported to police that a pipe came off of a truck and gone through the windshield of the couple's car, impaling his 46-year-old wife on Sept. 17, 2016.

She died a day later.

Police, however, found evidence that this wife had been beaten severely.

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10:00 am

Brevard Bond Plea Court

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  • Hearing

Brevard Bond Plea Court is the Brevard County Plea Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida.

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Brevard Bond Plea Court is the Brevard County Plea Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida.

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1:15 pm

Brevard Bond Court

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Brevard Bond court is the Brevard County First Appearance Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida.

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Brevard Bond court is the Brevard County First Appearance Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida.

World Justice News shows the Brevard Bond court free. Click here to watch the Brevard Bond Court Hearings.
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Broward Bond Court – Afternoon Session

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Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida.  It is first appearance court, also called bond court.

It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest.

World Justice News shows the Broward Bond Court free. Click here to watch the Broward Bond Court Hearings.

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Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida.  It is first appearance court, also called bond court.

It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest.

World Justice News shows the Broward Bond Court free. Click here to watch the Broward Bond Court Hearings.
2:30 pm

Mississippi Supreme Court

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  • Appeal

The Supreme Court of Mississippi is the highest court in the state of Mississippi. It was created in the first constitution of the state following its admission as a State of the Union in 1817.

Initially it was known as the "High Court of Errors and Appeals."

The court is an appellate court, as opposed to a trial court. The Court Building is located in downtown Jackson, Mississippi, the state capital.

The court is made up of a total of nine justices - one chief, two presiding, and six associate justices.

Generally, the justices are elected for eight-year terms, with staggered election years, from three geographical districts (three judges per district) to ensure fair representation. However, it is common for the governor to appoint a justice to fill a seat vacated by the death or retirement of a justice.

If less than half of the term remains, the appointee ...

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