Katherine Fernandez Rundle
A Miami-Dade County judge imposed penalties on Miami Beach city attorneys Tuesday after they failed to turn over key evidence related to the deadly 2011 Memorial Day police involved shooting, despite repeated warnings to do so.
A Miami-Dade County judge issued a stern ruling to Miami Beach city attorneys Wednesday ordering them to turn over evidence of in the 2011 Memorial Day shooting that killed a man and injured four bystanders.
The Republican Party pounced Monday on news that confidants and employees of Democratic Congressman Joe Garcia have been implicated in an absentee ballot scheme.
Federal agents fanned out across Miami Gardens Wednesday morning to arrest 97 people for guns and drug trafficking.
The driver of a car that plowed into a bus bench in Miami Gardens Wednesday, killing one woman and leaving two others near death, apparently benefited from a revolving door criminal justice system that records indicate dealt lightly with a laundry list of serious criminal offenses.
Three men are facing a number of very serious charges after prosecutors say they can tie them to at least five violent robberies, which resulted in an officer being shot and another man’s murder.
As Miami-Dade voters go to the polls in Tuesday’s primary election, Rod Vereen hopes they will cast their ballots for him in the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office race.
After more than 22 years as a criminal defense attorney, Rod Vereen is hoping voters will decide he is the right person to take over the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office.
Katherine Fernandez Rundle wants voters to re-elect her as Miami-Dade’s State Attorney. After heading up the fourth largest State Attorney’s Office in the nation, she’s got a major challenger at the polls.
A week after allegations first surfaced regarding absentee ballot fraud in the Miami Dade County mayor’s race, the scandal has now made its way into the race for state attorney.