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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Second North Miami police officer on leave for ‘conflicting statements’ about shooting of unarmed man – The Washington Post

Second North Miami police officer on leave for ‘conflicting statements’ about shooting of unarmed man Authorities in North Miami, Fla., said Friday that they had placed a second police officer on leave as part of the investigation into a police shooting there earlier this week in which an officer shot and wounded an unarmed man. The second officer was placed Continue Reading...

Florida lawmakers push for new law that could alter parental…

  Florida lawmakers push for new law that could alter parental custody Half of all American children will witness the breakup of their parents’ marriage, according to divorce statistics. Florida law makers are pushing for a new law that would give parents split custody. It’s a controversial bill that many politicians believe will pass in a matter of time. We Continue Reading...

Needed fixes to Florida’s death penalty law remain elusive | Tampa Bay Times

Needed fixes to Florida’s death penalty law remain elusive The House Judiciary Committee passed a bill that changes state law to comply with a U.S. Supreme Court case that invalidated the law because judges — not juries — make the final decisions to warrant the death penalty. The decision, Hurst vs. Florida, was issued on Jan. 12, the day the Continue Reading...

Deputy ‘briefly’ lost handcuff key days after Broward County…

  Deputy ‘briefly’ lost handcuff key days after Broward County courthouse escape A Broward Sheriff’s Office detention deputy “briefly” misplaced a handcuff key in a Broward County courtroom just days after a 21-year-old murder suspect escaped from the courthouse, a BSO spokeswoman told Local 10 News. BSO spokeswoman Keyla Concepcion said the deputy’s key was misplaced Tuesday and later found, Continue Reading...

Broward Public Defender Questions Crime Lab’s DNA ID Process « CBS Miami

Broward Public Defender Questions Crime Lab’s DNA ID Process FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (CBSMiami/AP) — Questions have come up over the way DNA has been identified at the Broward Sheriff’s Office crime lab – prompting a call for a grand jury investigation and a second look at closed cases. In a letter to Broward State Attorney Mike Satz on Thursday, Public Continue Reading...

Penthouse to jailhouse: Former mayor busted, now it’s his ex’s turn | Miami Herald

Penthouse to jailhouse: Former mayor busted, now it’s his ex’s turn The bitter dispute between former Miami-Dade Mayor and top cop Carlos Alvarez and his ex-girlfriend got uglier Sunday, when police said she broke into his Coral Gables condo and caused more than $1,000 worth of property damage. Evelyn Fernandez, a Miami-Dade police lieutenant, was arrested early Sunday after Coral Continue Reading...

Florida courthouse evacuated after murder suspect escapes – Sun Sentinel

Florida courthouse evacuated after murder suspect escapes Aan awaiting trial for the slaying of a woman whose family founded the Halliburton oil services company slipped out of his shackles and bolted from a courthouse Friday just before a hearing on whether he could face the death penalty. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Dayonte Resiles, 21, eluded bailiffs about 9:30 Continue Reading...

Settlement reached with air bag maker in Florida case – Sun Sentinel

  Settlement reached with air bag maker in Florida case The family of a Florida woman who became a quadriplegic after the deployment of an air bag in her car has reached an out-of-court settlement with the air bag’s manufacturer. Ted Leopold is an attorney for Patricia Mincey’s family. He says the settlement with Takata Corp. was reached Friday, shortly Continue Reading...
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