Miami-Dade Police Sgt. On Trial For Allegedly Stealing Gas Found Guilty On All 6 CountsA Miami-Dade police sergeant on trial for allegedly stealing gasoline has been found guilty on all six counts.
Lawyer: Video Casts Doubt In 1991 Death Of 5-Year-OldA new video may cast doubt in the 1991 death of a 5-year old, indicates the attorney for a Florida woman charged in the death of her son more than 20 years ago.
Jury Convicts Man Who Said Growhouse Was For Wife's CancerA Miami-Dade man has been convicted of operating a growhouse, though he had contested he grew the 15 marijuana plants in his home for his wife suffering from cancer.
Cancer-Stricken Wife To Testify In Husband's TrialThe trial of a man who says he grew marijuana to help his cancer-stricken wife continued.
Video In Hollywood Rape Case Takes Center StageThe disturbing video taped beating of a teen aged girl, by two other girls took center stage in court on Wednesday.
Ringleader In Hazing Death At Florida A&M To Be SentencedThe sentencing is coming soon for a former Florida A&M University band member convicted last year of manslaughter and felony hazing in the death of a drum major.
Ex-Band FAMU Member Convicted In Hazing DeathA jury convicted a former Florida A&M band member of manslaughter and felony hazing on Friday in connection to the death of a drum major.
Juror Dismissed In Loud Music Killing Case A juror has been dismissed in the trial of a man accused of killing a teenager during an argument over loud music outside a convenience store.
Suspended Homestead Mayor Goes To TrialSuspended Homestead mayor, Steven Batemen, is heading to trial one year after being arrested for corruption charges.
State Strikes Jailhouse Snitch As Witness In Clifford Friend Murder TrialDefense in the trial of a man accused of killing his wife wants a witness who testified Tuesday to admit to the jury that he lied.
Trial Of Man Accused Of Killing His Ex-Wife ContinuesA former coast guard agent who witnessed a man accused of killing his ex-wife throwing two bags out of a boat testified Thursday.
Jury Finds Suspended Opa-locka Officer Guilty Of False Imprisonment, Tampering A jury found suspended Opa-locka police Sergeant German Bosque guilty of felony false imprisonment and tampering with a witness, but found him not guilty of battery.

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