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Ex-officers who owe $7M to Broward man exonerated by DNA sue their lawyers for negligence – Sun Sentinel

Ex-officers who owe $7M to Broward man exonerated by DNA sue their lawyers for negligence   To former Miramar police officers — who owe more than $7 million to a mentally challenged Broward man exonerated of rape and murder by DNA — have filed a negligence lawsuit seeking damages against the lawyer and law firm that unsuccessfully represented them in Continue Reading...

Scott vetoes divorce bill over custody concerns – Orlando Sentinel

Scott vetoes divorce bill over custody concerns TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott vetoed a bill Friday that would have restructured alimony payments and child custody, a sweeping reform of divorce law that aroused intense passions among supporters and opponents. In his veto message, Scott said he struck down SB 668 because of his concerns over how it would change child Continue Reading...

Melbourne Beach police seek theft suspects, distinctive truck

Melbourne Beach police seek theft suspects, distinctive truck A trio of thieves who swiped wallets from vehicles in Melbourne Beach went on a beer-cigarette-gasoline shopping spree in Melbourne and Palm Bay. But police hope surveillance photos of their distinctive gray Ford “dually” pickup truck will lead to their identification and arrest. The smash-and-grab bandits broke into parked vehicles June 18 Continue Reading...

Broward County Resident Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Possessing at Least 652 Identities Used in Stolen Identity and Tax Fraud Schemes | USAO-SDFL | Department of Justice

Broward County Resident Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Possessing at Least 652 Identities Used in Stolen Identity and Tax Fraud Schemes A Broward County resident was sentenced to 48 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $12,640.35 for possessing at least 652 identities that were Continue Reading...

Miami-Dade adopts $100 fine for marijuana possession – Sun Sentinel

Miami-Dade adopts $100 fine for marijuana possession People caught with small amounts of marijuana can now receive civil citations instead of jail time in Florida’s largest county, the first in the state to treat marijuana possession as a non-criminal act. The Miami-Dade County Commission approved a proposal Tuesday to let police issue $100 civil citations or the equivalent of community Continue Reading...
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