Former Bank Employee Faces Fraud ChargesA 27-year-old former Miami Beach bank employee is accused of fraudulently withdrawing thousands of dollars from a bank customer’s account.
State Supreme Court Orders Lawyers To File OnlineMoving Florida's court system into the digital age, the state’s highest court ordered on Thursday that pleadings and other documents be filed electronically.
Fla. Supreme Court Upholds Broward County Term LimitsThe Florida Supreme Court has turned back a challenge to term limits for Broward County Commissioners saying term limits are constitutional.
Miami Woman Charged For Fatal 2010 DUI AccidentBeatoiz Heria sobbed and nearly collapsed with emotion after learning the woman accused of killing her son had finally been charged in court. Heria had been waiting nearly a year and a half for that moment.
Woman Accused Of Yanking 5-Year-Old's Gold Chain A 19-year-old woman appeared before a judge after she was arrested for walking into an elementary school and yanking a gold chain off of a 5-year-old girl.
3 Accused In Teen Burning Case To Get Separate TrialsThe three teenagers accused of setting Michael Brewer on fire will each have separate trials. All of the parties involved agreed Thursday morning to holding three individual trials for Matthew Bent, Denver Jarvis and Jesus Mendez.
Man Dons ‘Crack Jacket’ During Broward Courthouse AppearanceWhen making an appearance in court in front of a judge many try to put their best look forward, except for one man in South Florida. The man accused of drug trafficking showed up for court Friday in Fort Lauderdale sporting a jacket depicting a recipe with instructions on how to cook crack cocaine.
Craigslist Ad Leads To Pair Of Thieves, Police SayA Craigslist ad led police to arrest a swindler, literally.
Miami Man Arrested For Deserting U.S. Army A Miami man was arrested earlier this week after the U.S. Army accused him of deserting.
Cop Arrested For Molesting Teens Takes Plea A former Miami-Dade Police officer who had been accused of fondling two teenage girls as he conducted a routine traffic stop struck a deal with prosecutors that will keep him away from jail in exchange for a guilty plea.
Ponzi Schemer Rothstein Deposition Set For Monday Convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein will be in Miami to undergo questioning by at least 30 lawyers involved in several civil lawsuits stemming from the $1.4 billion fraud.
Police: Man Shot Dead Over $20 Gambling Dispute A gambling dispute turned deadly in Miami when a 19-year-old man allegedly shot another man over $20, Miami police said.
Jim Leyritz Speaks About Triumphs & Tragedy Jim Leyritz is a man whose life was defined by two moments – the first was on a baseball diamond when his home run helped his New York Yankees team to the 1996 World Series title. The second moment happened in 2007 when after a night of drinking and driving, Leyritz was involved in an accident that killed a mother of two.
Barahona Attorney Asks For Separate Trials The attorney for the adoptive father of murdered 10-year Nubia Barahona filed a motion in court Tuesday asking the judge to have separate trials for Jorge and Carmen Barahona.
More Charges Added To Teen Involved In Deadly Crash Prosecutors added charges against the University of Miami student involved in a deadly accident in Coral Gables Monday morning.