Month: October 2017

Miami Beach commissioner will resign as he faces criminal charge | Miami Herald

He plans to plead to a misdemeanor charge after an investigation spurred by a campaign finance scandal found he accepted a donation disguised through a straw donor.Source:  Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco will resign as he faces criminal chargeMiami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco plans to plead to a criminal charge stemming from a campaign finance scandal and resign from office Tuesday, the Miami Herald has... [...]

She sought a divorce and was stabbed more than a dozen times |

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An estranged Marysville husband allegedly attacked his wife after finding divorce documents.Source:   She sought a divorce and was stabbed more than a dozen timesMARYSVILLE — A Marysville man stabbed his wife more than a dozen times when she tried to divorce him, in what was “essentially an attempted murder,” a deputy prosecutor said Monday in court.The woman, 30, survived the attack but remained in the hospital Monday... [...]

Massive $23 million auto insurance fraud was an intricate operation – Sun Sentinel

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The feds allege the men ran a highly profitable crime ring of corrupt clinic owners, chiropractors and lawyers that operated mostly in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties.Source:   Massive $23 million auto insuranceWhen the feds started scrutinizing two men accused of running a massive $23 million auto insurance fraud at chiropractic clinics in South Florida, their defense attorneys say investigators had a theory... [...]

Phil Collins steps out with ex-wife Orianne Cevey | Daily Mail Online

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Source:   Phil Collins, 66, and ex-wife Orianne Cevey, 44, put on a united front in Miami... having rekindled their romance EIGHT years after record-breaking £25m divorceThey announced their reconciliation in 2016, eight years after they parted ways with a record-breaking £25million divorce settlement.And Phil Collins and ex-wife turned girlfriend Orianne Cevey looked closer than ever as they stepped out at the Little... [...]

Florida Supreme Court rules civil judges must rule on self-defense claims | Miami Herald

The Florida Supreme Court said Thursday that a Stand-Your-Ground ruling of “immunity” in criminal court does not automatically carry over to civil court.Source:  Stand Your Ground may protect you from criminal charges – but not lawsuitsBeating a criminal rap thanks to Florida’s controversial Stand-Your-Ground law doesn’t automatically shield you from civil lawsuits.That was the decision Thursday by the Florida... [...]