Teen Sues After Police K9 Mauled His GenitalsA federal lawsuit has been filed claiming 'excessive force' was used after a police dog attacked a teen's genitals as he was trying to surrender.
Alleged Cop Killer's Statement To Police ReleasedNewly released interrogation video of a woman accused of killing her cop boyfriend is giving us a deeper look into the case.
Exclusive: Accused Cop-Killer's Attorney Wants Suspect's Statement TossedThe attorney for Tiniko Thompson, accused of murdering her boyfriend, Miami Police Officer Carl Patrick last May, wants Thompson's lengthy statement to police following her arrest, suppressed.
Star Witness In Zimmerman Trial Graduates High School The teenager that was the last to speak with Trayvon Martin graduated from high school Friday.
Warrant Gives Glimpse Into Arrest Of Slain Officer's Girlfriend A search warrant released following the arrest of Tiniko Thompson, accused of killing her boyfriend Carl Patrick, a City of Miami police officer, is giving a glimpse into the violent details that led to her arrest.
Facing South Florida: Zimmerman Verdict - Rachel Jeantel
Vereen Hopes Understanding Of Crime Gives Election Edge Over RundleAfter 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.
Fernandez Rundle In Political Battle For LifeKatherine 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.
Allegations Of Absentee Ballot Fraud Hit State Attorney's RaceA 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.
Facing South Florida: Miami-Dade State AttorneyCBS4'S Jim DeFede sat down with Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez-Rundle and her opponent Rod Vereen.
Judge Rules SAO Race Will Be A Closed Primary A federal judge has ruled that only Democrats will be able to cast ballots in the Miami-Dade State Attorney race in the August primary.
SAO Election Lawsuit Denied, But Can Be Re-FiledU.S. District Judge William Zloch has denied a motion from two voters seeking to open up the election for Miami-Dade State Attorney in August due to a technicality in the original filing. But will allow the lawsuit to be re-filed to meet specific guidelines set forth in his Friday ruling.

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