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Report: Teen Girl Accused Of Sex With Underage Girlfriend Arrested Again

The state attorney’s office has pulled a plea deal that had been offered to a Florida teenager accused of having sex with her underage girlfriend. Kaitlyn Hunt, 18, was also arrested again Monday for allegedly violating her pretrial release.

CBS Miami–08/20/2013

Reclaim Trailer Park (Source: CBS4)

Miami Police Look To Restore Paradise To Mobile Home Park

Miami Police and other agencies raided a notorious mobile home park that has had more than 2,000 calls for help in the past five years because of crime and where authorities say living conditions are “intolerable.”

CBS Miami–08/06/2013

Quentin Wyche

Charges Dropped Against FIU Student In Football Player’s Death

The Florida International University student charged in the stabbing death of the school’s football running back will not go to trial at this time.


Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle

SAO Election Lawsuit Denied, But Can Be Re-Filed

U.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.


Katherine Fernandez-Rundle

Judge To Decide Fate Of Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Write-In Lawsuit

A federal judge in Fort Lauderdale is expected to rule Friday on a controversial lawsuit concerning the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s election in August.


Katherine Fernandez-Rundle

Officers Cleared In Belizaire Shooting

It’s been over a year since 21-year-old Gibson Junior Belizaire was shot by police during a domestic disturbance call. But Monday afternoon, the state attorney’s office cleared all five officers in the shooting saying the officers were legally justified in using deadly force.


Courtroom Generic Gavel

Federal Drug Decision Causing Legal Headaches

It was déjà vu in Miami-Dade bond court Friday morning when Judge Milton Hirsch released all prisoners on their own recognizance that were being held on a cocaine possession charge.