Department Of Justice
The city of Fort Lauderdale is requesting the U.S. Department of Justice review it’s handling of an internal affairs case involving four former police officers accused of racist behavior.
First they asked for an independent review of the shooting. They followed that up with a lawsuit. Now, the family of Lavall Hall has requested the Miami-Dade State Attorney allow them to make public a copy of a Miami Gardens Police recording of the actual shooting.
A day after it was announced that George Zimmerman would not face federal charges in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, Martin’s mother said she still believes he got away with murder.
The Miami-Dade chapter of the NAACP and attorney Glenn Goldberg held a news conference Wednesday afternoon, along with the family of Lavall Hall, the man shot and killed by Miami Gardens Police.
A former Florida corrections officer is facing multiple years in prison after he was convicted on several counts of possessing child porn.
A Miami organization that helps victims of sex trafficking is one of four nationwide to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Immigration officials apologized to a U.S. Army veteran who discovered he was not a U.S. citizen.
An Italian former executive was extradited to the U.S. to face charges in an alleged global price-fixing conspiracy.
Comcast Corporation announced plans Wednesday to purchase Time Warner Cable in a $45 billion deal that would create a cable industry goliath.
The Florida State Conference of the NAACP has asked the U.S. Department of Justice to open an investigation of the Miami Gardens Police Department and its “Zero Tolerance Policy.”