State Attorney’s Office
Police direct traffic for several hours at the busy intersection of West 4th Avenue and 21st street in Hialeah after a police officer pulled out his gun and shot a driver during a traffic stop.
A former City of Miami police sergeant has been convicted of drug conspiracy and civil rights violations among other charges by a federal jury.
For the first time, three officers who were fired by the town of Medley after a traffic accident that was captured on surveillance tape are speaking out, saying the town of Medley unfairly and wrongly terminated them.
The family of a four-year old boy, who died after investigators say he was left unattended in a daycare SUV, is sending a strong message to those charged in his death.
The votes have been counted in Monroe County and incumbent state attorney Dennis Ward has lost his bid for re-election.
A 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.
A Miami police sergeant indicted on charges alleging he planted cocaine on a suspect, stole drugs and money from dealers, and lied to federal investigators appeared before a federal judge Friday.
A Miami Police sergeant is on the other side of the law after being indicted on nine federal charges stemming from allegations of misconduct while on the job.
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.
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.