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State Attorney Files Motion to Dismiss Indictments, Set Aside Judgments and Sentences and Correct Record in “The Groveland Four” Case
State Attorney Files Motion to Dismiss Indictments, Set Aside Judgments and Sentences and Correct Record in “The Groveland Four” Case Today, State Attorney for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, William “Bill” Gladson, filed a Motion to Dismiss the Indictments of Ernest Thomas and Samuel Shepherd, Set Aside the Judgments and Sentences of Charles Greenlee and Walter ... Read More

Assistant State Attorney Erin Corcoran Daly Named Prosecutor of the Year
Assistant State Attorney Erin Corcoran Daly Named Prosecutor of the Year Assistant State Attorney Erin Corcoran Daly was named Prosecutor of the Year by Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody. Daly has served the Fifth Circuit in our Hernando County office for 15 years and is assigned to the Special Victim’s Unit spe... Read More

State Attorney William Gladson Joins Florida Hate Crime Coalition
State Attorney William Gladson Joins Florida Hate Crime Coalition State Attorney William “Bill” Gladson has joined the Florida Hate Crime Coalition (FHCC) to assist in their mission to make Florida’s hate crime law comprehensive. Hate crime laws increase sentences for criminals who target victims ... Read More

State Attorney Presents Personal Gift to Patriot Fund
State Attorney Presents Personal Gift to Patriot Fund State Attorney Bill Gladson, who serves as Secretary of the CF Foundation board, presented a personal gift to Chris Knife, VP for Development and CEO of the CF Foundation, for the Patriot Fund. This fund is a student emergency fund helping stude... Read More

Marion County Man Serving Life for Sex Battery Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter by Drug Overdose
Marion County Man Serving Life for Sex Battery Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter by Drug Overdose David Long, 49, pleaded guilty to distributing fentanyl which resulted in the overdose death of a woman in 2017. Long was sentenced to 15 years in prison. He was already serving a life sentence for sexual battery by use of a firearm. On October 7, 2... Read More

25 Years in Prison for Habitual Felony Offender
25 Years in Prison for Habitual Felony Offender David Michael Brady, 30, was sentenced to 25 years in prison as a Habitual Felony Offender for Robbery with a Firearm and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon for robbing a Brooksville convenience store at gunpoint. On July 7, 2020, at approximately 5... Read More

Life in Prison for Man who Killed Vietnam Veteran
Life in Prison for Man who Killed Vietnam Veteran A Marion County jury convicted David Joseph Dillberg, 22, of first-degree murder. He was sentenced to life in prison. In July 2019, Dillberg entered the home of Richard Edward Peters, a retired postmaster and Vietnam veteran. Peters was shot multipl... Read More

New Case Management System Broadens Communication to Victims
New Case Management System Broadens Communication to Victims The Office of the State Attorney recently launched a new case management system across the circuit. The new system, STAC, is used in state attorney’s offices and public defender’s offices throughout Florida and provides a myriad of servic... Read More

Armed Robber Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison
Armed Robber Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison Rolando Rodney, 24, was found guilty at trial and sentenced to 30 years in prison for robbing a Dollar General at gunpoint. In November 2018 Rodney entered the Dollar General in Marion Oaks and demanded money from an employee. When the employee coul... Read More

30 Years in Prison for Internet Café Robberies
30 Years in Prison for Internet Café Robberies Christopher Charles Stevenson has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for robbery with a firearm and attempted kidnapping while armed at two Marion County internet cafes. Stevenson is a Habitual Felony Offender and Prison Releasee Reoffender. Steve... Read More

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