Former Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito asked the U.S. Senate to open an investigation into the recently completed Justice Department investigation of the Miami Police Department during a series of police-involved shootings between 2008 and 2011.
A panel of Miami-Dade judges has denied a petition by former Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito to get his job back.
Former City of Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito, who was fired last year by the commission, is appealing his termination.
Miami’s new top cop, Manuel Orosa, will be sworn into office on Monday but it’ll be more of a ceremonial affair.
The city of Miami has a new police chief, but they won’t have to change the name on the door. One day earlier than expected, Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez made his pick to replace fired chief Miguel Exposito, and his choice was the man who stepped in when Exposito left, acting chief Manuel Orosa.
The City of Miami may have a new police chief, but taxpayers are still paying for the old one.
The Miami City Commission has voted 3-2 to terminate Miguel Exposito’s tenure as the Miami Police Chief. The vote came after more than 19 hours of debate over Exposito’s decision to demote officers in direct conflict with an order from Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez.
A marathon meeting that was supposed to end with a decision on the fate of suspended Miami police chief Miguel Exposito instead ended without any action early Saturday morning, after Miami commissioners decided after 15 hours of testimony and maneuvering, they were too tired to take action. Their decision could possibly violate Miami’s charter.
Friday’s Miami Commission meeting turned into a marathon event, clocking in at 15 hours…and counting.At midnight, commissioners were still in deep discussions the fate of suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito.
Judge Barbara Areces denied a motion from suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito to stop two Miami commissioners from voting on whether he should keep his job or be fired.