Black History Made With Election Of Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony, State Attorney Harold Pryor and Public Defender Gordon WeekesBlack history was made in Broward County last fall as voters elected three African-American men to the top elected offices in law enforcement and criminal justice.
‘We Are Evolving Into A Diverse Community’: Broward Makes History Electing 3 Black Men As Sheriff, State Attorney & Public DefenderFor the first time in Broward’s history, voters elected three Black men as sheriff, state attorney and public defender.
Fort Lauderdale Police Officer Fired Over Facebook Comments
Dozens Of Cases Investigated By Officers In Alleged Racism Case DroppedThe Broward State Attorney's office has dropped more than 35 cases worked on by four Fort Lauderdale Police officers accused of exchanging racist text messages and a video.
Video Shows Pembroke Pines Cop Punching Mentally Ill GirlAn investigation is underway into an alleged child abuse incident at a Broward County center for mentally disturbed adolescents.
Troubled Youth Detention Facility Under Fire In Pembroke PinesA group of Broward County public defenders is working to shutdown a privately run juvenile detention facility they claim is rife with abuses.
Lawyer For Teen Accused In Michael Brewer Attack Wants Trial MovedAn attorney for Matthew bent, the alleged ringleader in the 2009 fiery attack on Michael Brewer, has filed a motion for a change of venue for trial because of heavy local media coverage.