5 Things to Know in Florida for March 25

Published on NewsOK Modified: March 25, 2014 at 4:59 am •  Published: March 25, 2014
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MORE BOND TESTIMONY IN FLORIDA OCEAN DRIVING CASE

Attorneys for a South Carolina woman accused of driving her car holding her three children into the ocean are set to argue for a smaller bond, saying she needs psychiatric care that she can't get in jail. The hearing on 32-year-old Ebony Wilkerson's bond is scheduled for Tuesday morning in Daytona Beach. Wilkerson remains in custody on a $1.2 million bond on six felony charges, including attempted murder.

FLORIDA PROSECUTOR RELEASES REPORT ON FBI SHOOTING

A Florida prosecutor and the U.S. Justice Department are releasing reports that should shed some light on how and why a Chechen man was fatally shot last year while being questioned by the FBI about a Boston Marathon bombing suspect. State Attorney Jeff Ashton in Orlando is making public his office's investigation into Ibragim Todashev's death Tuesday, around the same time the Justice Department is releasing its review of the case.

SAFETY BOARD HOLDS 2-DAY HEARING ON CRUISE SAFETY

The National Transportation Safety Board is holding a two-day hearing on passenger safety and emergency response aboard cruise ships. The NTSB hearing opens Tuesday in Washington with remarks from the Coast Guard and panels on regulation of cruise ships, accident investigations and fire protection. Wednesday's session will feature representatives from the cruise industry on the same topics, as well as corporate oversight of cruise ships.

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