Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office
A four page order, signed by the City Manager of Miami Beach, effectively shut down Club Madonna for six months. The City says they are doing so in an effort to protect the public, but the club’s owners say it’s payback because of a pending lawsuit.
One of three people accused of forcing a 13-year-old girl to prostitute herself and dance in an exotic dance club, was denied bond in court Friday morning.
There are new developments in the case of the 13-year-old Miami-Dade sex slave who was forced into prostitution and to work as a nude dancer for three weeks at a South Beach strip club.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office has decided not to pursue charges against two Miami police officers involved in a deadly shooting during a 2009 traffic stop in Allapattah.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office took no action last month in a case against one of the men killed in a police involved shooting Tuesday morning.
Amidst allegations his department committed civil rights violations against residents; Miami Gardens Police Chief Matthew Boyd is stepping down, just one month before he was scheduled to retire.
The South Florida woman convicted of kidnapping and child abuse in the case of missing 4-year-old foster child Rilya Wilson will not be tried for murder.
A chapter in South Florida’s cocaine-dominated history that came to defined the 80′s as the “Cocaine Cowboy” days played out in court Thursday.
A 70-year-old man lost his life after his car plunged into a drainage canal next to Miami International Airport.
As Major League Baseball doles out penalties to Alex Rodriguez and a dozen other baseball players who were clients of Tony Bosch and his steroid peddling clinic Biogenesis, the question arises: Why hasn’t law enforcement been more involved?