Man Sentenced For Concealing Jewelry During Rothstein Investigation It will be 10 months in prison for a South Florida man after pleading guilty to charges that he helped conceal jewelry from investigators seizing assets in ex-lawyer Scott Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme.
Man Convicted In $25 Million Bullion SchemeA North Carolina man was convicted by a South Florida jury of operating fraudulent precious metals investment businesses that took $25 million from investors.
South Florida Psychic Convicted Of FraudA woman claiming she had psychic powers was convicted of multiple fraud charges in what prosecutors said was a long-running $40 million scam.
Former Hialeah Gardens Officer Sentenced In Pot CaseA former Hialeah Gardens police officer has been sentenced to more than 12 years in federal prison for his role in a marijuana distribution ring.
Convicted Polo Mogul Released From Jail On $7M BondWellington polo mogul John Goodman will spend the weekend at home after being released from jail Friday morning on a $7 million bail.
Judge Signs $7 Million Bond Order For Convicted Polo MogulIt's good to have millions. Just ask John Goodman, who was spared the indignity of prison Monday while his attorneys appeal his DUI manslaughter conviction by putting up what is believed to be the biggest appeal bond in Palm Beach County history.
Former Hialeah Gardens Cop Convicted Of Drug TheftsA former Hialeah Gardens police officer with a taste for pot and thievery faces up to 40 years in prison after a federal court jury in Miami convicted him of a scheme to steal marijuana, and distribute more than 100 marijuana plants, finding him guilty on both counts of the indictment.
Ex-Media Mogul Conrad Black Released From Miami Federal PrisonConrad Black, a disgraced former media mogul, walked out of federal prison in Miami early Friday morning after serving roughly three years for defrauding investors.
S. Fla. Legal Expert Weighs In On Conrad Murray ConvictionIt took less than nine hours for a jury to convict Dr. Conrad Murray of involuntary manslaughter in the death of singer Michael Jackson.
Bond Given To Boynton Beach Woman Convicted Of Murder-For-Hire A $500,000 bond was issued to a Boynton Beach woman who tired to hire a hit man to kill her newly-wed husband on Tuesday.