Man Pleads Guilty In Affordable Housing FraudA South Florida Man faces up to ten years in prison when he's sentenced later this year for his part in a $36 million affordable housing fraud.
Man To Plead Guilty In 37-Year Old CaseOn the lam for nearly four decades, an elderly Florida man captured in Mexico is expected to plead guilty in Miami federal court.
Six Romanians Sent To U.S. Prison For ATM SkimmingSix Romanians have been sentenced to prison terms in the U.S. for a bank automatic teller skimming operation that stole data from people's bank cards in South Florida.
Man Charged In Florida In Yasiel Puig Smuggling Case The man who allegedly smuggled baseball player Yasiel Puig into the U.S. from Cuba pleaded not guilty on Thursday following his arrest.
Patient Recruiter Guilty In $205M Medicare Fraud A South Florida man pleaded guilty in a $205 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Man Who Sexually Abused Kids In Haiti To Be Sentenced In MiamiA Michigan man convicted of sexually abusing children in a group home he ran in Haiti will be sentenced Tuesday in Miami federal court.
Muslim Cleric Found Guilty Of Supporting Pakistani TalibanAfter more than five days of deliberations, an elderly Muslim cleric has been found guilty of providing thousands of dollars in support to the Pakistani Taliban.
Prosecutors Seeking Half Off Haitian Drug Lord's SentenceU.S. prosecutors are looking to shave half the time off a once-powerful Haitian drug lord’s prison sentence because they say he’s provided key assistance in a dozen other cases.
Ex-NFL Player Lawsuits Hit Miami CourtDozens of lawsuits from former NFL players were on full display in a federal court in Miami Thursday. The lawyers for the league are asking for the cases, which dealt with negligence and other charges, to be combined into one case.
Miami Trial Of Man Accused Of Abusing Boys In Haiti PostponedA Miami federal judge has postponed the trial of a Michigan man accused of abusing boys at a residential center he ran in Haiti.
Doctors Sue For Right To Ask If Patients Own Guns A group of physicians filed suit in Miami federal court Monday for the right to ask their patients if they own guns and have them properly stored, according to The News Service of Florida.