Two Florida Keys Men Get Prison For Wildlife Trafficking Two Florida Keys men have been sentenced to prison time after pleading guilty to illegal trafficking in wildlife including sharks, tropical fish and sea fans.
Protected Florida Sharks And Rays Illegally Shipped Federal prosecutors want prison time for the president of an Idaho aquarium convicted in the illegal shipping of protected sharks and rays from Florida.
Jason Beckman Found GuiltyJason Beckman was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of his father, South Miami City Commissioner Jay Beckman in April 2009.
Florida's 'Hiccup Girl' Guilty Of 1st Degree Murder A Florida woman who became famous for her uncontrollable hiccupping was found guilty of first-degree murder Friday night and will serve life in prison without parole.
Disgraced School Board Member Beverly Gallagher Released From Prison Former Broward School Board member Beverly Gallagher is out of prison after serving her sentence on corruption charges.
Coral Springs Man Guilty Of Trying To Hire Hit Man To Kill WitnessesA Broward County jury has found a Coral Springs man guilty of trying to hire a hit man to kill four witnesses in his case. Little did he know, the person he believed to be a hit man was a police officer.
Fmr. Miami Beach Code Compliance Officer Pleads Guilty To Extortion ChargesA former Miami Beach Code Compliance officer has pleaded guilty to extortion charges, U.S. States Attorney Wilfredo Ferrer announced Monday.
Jury: Killer DJ Will Die In PrisonA Miami-Dade county jury has sent a Miami DJ to prison for life, with no chance of parole, for killing his girlfriend and then driving around for a day with her body in the front seat of his car.
Miami College Student To Plead Guilty To Obama Threat A Miami college student plans to plead guilty in federal court to threatening President Barack Obama on Facebook.
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.
Sisters Plead Guilty To Medicare Fraud In So. Fla. CourtroomThe crimes of two sisters led authorities to label them as the “most wanted health care fraud fugitives” and on Wednesday the two women pleaded guilty to a $9.1 million fraud scheme in a Miami federal courtroom.