Richard Scruggs

Willie Barney in court May 22, 2013. (Source: CBS4)

Jury Convicts Man Accused of Shooting, Robbing Detective

A Miami-Dade County jury has convicted Willie Barney of attempted first degree murder and robbery for robbing and shooting an off-duty Miami-Dade Police detective following closing arguments Friday morning.

CBS Miami–05/24/2013

Miami-Dade Police Officer Wislyn Joseph in court on April 22, 2013. (Source: CBS4)

Detective Testifies At Retrial Of Man Accused Of Shooting Him

Miami-Dade Detective Wislyn Joseph broke down sobbing Thursday as he recalled the day he was allegedly robbed and shot by a then 19-year-old Willie Barney.

CBS Miami–05/23/2013

Willie Barney in court April 22, 2013. (Source: CBS4)

Second Trial Underway For Man Accused Of Shooting Detective

Openings statements got underway Wednesday in the retrial of a man accused of the armed robbery and attempted murder of an off-duty police detective but the state has changed its strategy.

CBS Miami–05/22/2013

Willie Barney in court April 22, 2013. (Source: CBS4)

Attempted Murder Suspect Rolls Dice On New Trial

With a judge warning him to be careful what he wishes for, a convicted armed robber and attempted murderer was granted a new trial in Miami-Dade Monday.

05/13/2013

Michelle Spence-Jones

Spence Jones Claims Defamation, Plans To Sue State Attorney

Having tried and failed twice to convict Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones on public corruption charges, the State Attorney’s Office in Miami-Dade may soon find itself in court, defending against charges of misconduct in pursuing Jones.

CBS4–02/28/2012

Michelle Spence Jones (CBS4)

Spence-Jones Bribery Trial Resumes

The trial of former Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones on bribery and theft charges resumed Tuesday. Spence-Jones’ former administrative assistant Jonelle Adderley testified and said she never solicited money herself.

CBS4–03/01/2011

Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle

I-Team: Rundle Removes Rivera Prosecutor

Miami Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle is dramatically scaling back the resources her office is dedicating to the investigation of Congressman David Rivera, CBS4 News has learned.

CBS4–01/19/2011

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