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Q: What happened to the killer of Betty Ann Miller Roy in 1991? (Pinellas FL)
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Q: what was the outcome of court case for man who stabbed Richard Maslar to death in marathon flasister
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Q: Michele McCann trial begins when? (Broward FL)
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Q: has anyone been arrested in the murder of Charles Benfield? (Sarasota FL)
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Q: faris Mustafa murdered in west palm jupiter (Palm Beach FL)
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Q: HAS ANYONE ELSE BEEN ARRESTED IN THE MURDER OF STANLEY YASSEN BESIDES ISSAC SHEFFIELD? (Marion FL)
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Q: May I see the court case file of Sheila Graham-Trott's motion for order for change of venue based upon profiling, harassment, hazardous conditions to study in my college class?
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Q: Will Mark Jantz's wife be implicated in his trial? (Pasco FL)
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Q: what happened to honey whitney McLaughlin who killed her son robert (Brevard FL)
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Q: What criminal trials are happening today? (Alachua FL)
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Q: Status of Shiela Graham Trott (Washington FL)
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Q: What is the status of the Gabriel Nock trial (Broward FL)
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Q: Trials week of feb 17, 2014 (Polk FL)
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Q: why no news about James Bates murder trial. He got 1st degree murder plus 20 years for robbery. Life without parole. Justice was served for my Nephew Michael Blue. May he rest in peace. (Manatee FL)
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Q: when is peter jensen going to trial? (Duval FL)
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Q: What's the status of the Michael young murder trial (Lee FL)
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Q: Murder trials set to be tried in February 2014 (Marion FL)
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Q: when is the trail for john abbott (Lake FL)
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Q: Do you have information on a murder by Milton burns? (Hillsborough FL)
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Q: When is the trial starting for Todd Thomas? (Brevard FL)
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Latest Miami-dade County Trials News
Miami hospital patient tests negative for Ebola virus
Florida
A Miami hospital patient showing symptoms of Ebola was tested for the deadly virus last week, but the results were negative, Miami-Dade health officials said Monday.
October 05 2014
Memorial held for rabbi shot while walking to temple
Florida
A memorial was held Tuesday evening for the rabbi who was shot while visiting South Florida from New York. The memorial took place outside the temple near Northeast 175th Street and Eighth Court where Joseph Raksin was fatally shot last month. Miami-Dade police said they believe Raksin was shot during an attempted robbery. Police officers, firefighters and concerned residents in the area were ...
October 05 2014
Man who killed parents appears in court Friday
Florida
Lavenston Horne appeared in Miami-Dade County court Friday. When he was 21, a jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity for killing his parents and trying to kill his sister July 8, 1996.  Horne, now 39-years-old, evaded the death penalty or serving life in prison for two counts of first-degree murder, attempted murder and illegal use of a firearm. Police booked him into the Department of ...
October 05 2014
Convicted felon was involved in robbing Miami-Dade retired judge, police say
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
It was about 6 a.m., Friday. The FBI violent crime fugitive task force and Fort Lauderdale police officers surrounded a townhome. It took Marke Washington Williams, 24, by surprise. The convicted felon was suspected of being involved in the recent robbery of a former circuit court judge at gunpoint in Miami Shores. He got away the day of the robbery, but it took police 10 days to catch him. The ...
September 19 2014
Report Shows Widespread Problems In Miami-Dade Child Welfare System
Florida
A report by a team of child-welfare professionals has identified major problems throughout a system of care that is struggling to protect children in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.
September 17 2014
Son stabs mother multiple times at home in Miami-Dade County, police say
Florida
A 19-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after Miami-Dade police said he stabbed his mother multiple times while she was sleeping. The incident happened early Monday morning at a home on Southwest 224th Terrace off Florida's Turnpike in Miami-Dade County. According to detectives, U'Laun Jamar Volthire entered Yolanda Ferguson's bedroom while she was asleep, straddled her and ...
September 02 2014
Florida Workers’ Comp: UNCONSTITUTIONAL! Order highlights importance of the judiciary in reigning
Florida
The Bombshell from Miami-Dade County Circuit Court is no doubt reverberating throughout the halls of Tallahassee this week and will most certainly dominate discussion at the 69th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference to be hosted this week by the Workers’ Compensation Institute in Orlando. On Wednesday, August 13, 2014, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge E. Cueto, entered […]
September 01 2014
Rabbi shot to death in northeast Miami-Dade
Florida
Police are searching for two gunmen who shot and killed a 60-year-old rabbi in northeast Miami-Dade. Joseph Raksin was walking to a temple near Northeast 175th Street and Northeast Eighth Court when two young men approached him. Detectives said the men got into an altercation and Raksin was shot. Raksin was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he died. One of the suspects fled the scene ...
August 19 2014
Rabbi shot to death in northeast Miami-Dade County
Florida
Police are searching for two gunmen who shot and killed a 60-year-old rabbi in northeast Miami-Dade County. Miami-Dade police said Joseph Raksin was walking to a temple near Northeast 175th Street and Northeast Eighth Court about 9 a.m. Saturday when two men approached him. Police said the men got into an altercation and Raksin was shot. Raksin was flown to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he ...
August 19 2014
Hate crime questioned as rabbi laid to rest
Florida
Dozens of people gathered on a northeast Miami-Dade County block Sunday to remember Joseph Raksin, the 61-year old rabbi gunned down Saturday morning. The group of mostly Orthodox Jews chanted prayers and marched behind a hearse carrying the remains of Raksin. "The middle of broad daylight, 9 a.m. in the morning, walking to synagogue on your holy day of Sabbath and just being killed in the ...
August 19 2014
Florida Workers’ Compensation: UNCONSTITUTIONAL! Order highlights importance of judiciary in reig
Florida
The Bombshell from Miami-Dade County Circuit Court is no doubt reverberating throughout the halls of Tallahassee this week and will most certainly dominate discussion at the 69th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference to be hosted this week by the Workers’ Compensation Institute in Orlando. On Wednesday, August 13, 2014, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge E. Cueto, entered […]
August 18 2014
Community Mourns Murdered Orthodox Rabbi
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Sadness lingered over a Jewish community in Northeast Miami-Dade Sunday as friends, family and community members came together to mourn the loss of an Orthodox rabbi who was murdered.
August 16 2014
Police Seek Community’s Help In Rabbi’s Murder
Florida
Miami-Dade Police held a news conference Monday morning regarding the murder of an Orthodox rabbi who was shot as he walked to temple Saturday morning. At the same time, police are also investigating symbols of hate which were found scrawled on an SUV owned by the wife of a South Florida rabbi.
August 11 2014
Kendall man found guilty in fatal robbery
Miami, Florida
A South Florida man faces a possible life sentence for fatally stabbing a Mexican migrant worker during a robbery. A Miami-Dade County jury found Tyler Darnell, 29, of Kendall, guilty Monday of second-degree murder with a deadly weapon, armed robbery and attempted murder. Authorities say Adan Castillo and a friend went out for a drink after their shifts at a south Miami-Dade County nursery in ...
August 07 2014
Steelers’ Pouncey to file countersuit against nightclub accusers
Miami Beach, Florida
Maurkice Pouncey denied any wrongdoing at a nightclub earlier in the month after he was named in a civil lawsuit filed with Miami-Dade Circuit Court ...
July 31 2014
After 12 years together, Miami couple plans to run to courthouse if marriage ban lifted
Florida
Diana Sempere and her partner of 12 years, Quiana Balaez, have their sneakers ready. If Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel allows County Clerk Harvey Ruvin to issue same-sex marriage licenses, they are running to the nearest courthouse. Florida Attorney Pam Bondi promised to defend the ban. They are one of the many couples who plan to rush their weddings before any appeal is filed. "We thought ...
July 17 2014
Fla. Self-Defense Law Passes Legal Hurdle
Florida
Miami — The Florida Supreme Court won’t take up the case of an Opa-locka man who claimed self-defense in shooting and killing two unarmed men during a fight outside a Northwest Miami-Dade restaurant.
July 10 2014
Cobra bites woman at wildlife sanctuary
Florida
Update 10 a.m.: The cobra bit a woman, who has been taken to Palms West Hospital, Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Capt. Albert Borroto said. Sanctuary officials also contacted the Miami-Dade Venom Response Unit, Borroto said. Waiting to hear from unit officials to see if they dispatched someone north. Original post: A person was bitten by a cobra this morning at McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary in ...
July 07 2014
Woman critical after cobra bite in South Florida
Florida
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Venom Unit headed to West Palm Beach Thursday morning after a woman was bitten in the right hand by a venomous cobra at McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary. WPLG reports employees say Aneth McCarthy, whose husband owns the sanctuary, was cleaning a snake cage when she was bitten. McCarthy was taken to Palms West Hospital, but Miami-Dade County has the nearest venom unit. The ...
June 30 2014
Woman bitten by venomous snake at McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary
Florida
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Venom Unit flew by helicopter to Palm Beach County on Thursday morning after a woman was bitten in the right hand by a venomous cobra at McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary. Employees said Aneth McCarthy, whose husband owns the sanctuary, was cleaning a snake cage when she was bitten. Aneth was taken to Palms West Hospital, but Miami-Dade County has the nearest venom unit ...
June 30 2014
Grand Jury Report Sparks Debate On DCF Reforms After Barahona Death
Tallahassee, Florida
A Miami-Dade grand jury on Tuesday released a report on reforms implemented by Florida's child welfare system after the gruesome death of Nubia Barahona, whose adoptive parents are awaiting trial for her 2011 death.
June 28 2014
Jason Mitchell Sentenced to Life in Prison for 2007 Murder of Sean Taylor
Florida
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Dennis Murphy sentenced Jason Mitchell to life in prison on Tuesday for the 2007 first-degree felony murder and armed burglary of late NFL safety Sean Taylor . David Ovalle of The Miami Herald reported the news: Fox Sports 1's Alex Marvez and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network were among those to respond to the verdict: According to Ovalle's report before the sentencing was ...
June 23 2014
First black, openly gay man confirmed as U.S. federal judge
George, Washington
By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - The United States' first black, openly gay male judge was appointed to the federal bench on Tuesday in a unanimous confirmation decision by the U.S. Senate. Darrin P. Gayles, appointed to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, one of the nation's busiest federal benches, has served as a Miami-Dade Circuit Court judge since 2011. The ...
June 18 2014
MD Now® Opens Its Second Miami-Dade Urgent Care Center with More Planned
Florida
North Miami is the second of three MD Now Urgent Care Centers planned to open in Miami-Dade in 2014. (PRWeb June 02, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/06/prweb11902430.htm
June 16 2014
Attorney Michael Mirer Gets Murder Charge Dropped for Client in Miami-Dade County
Florida
Attorney Mirer, from the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A., helped a client avoid being wrongfully charged with second degree murder. The state attorney dropped the man’s charges after Attorney Mirer skillfully advocated on his behalf. (PRWeb June 12, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/06/prweb11941004.htm
June 15 2014
Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center to get upgrades
Florida
While Miami-Dade's premier level one trauma center's rooftop helipad supports 11 tons, it might not withstand a hurricane stronger than a Category 2, and after 22 years it will undergo a hardening project. Miami-Dade county leaders had no idea Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center was structurally storm deficient before Local 10 told them Tuesday morning. "It's the only level one ...
June 14 2014
Eventus And The Adrienne Arsht Center For The Performing Arts Of Miami-Dade County Announce The Cre
Florida
MIAMI, May 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Eventus and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County announced today the creation of a new concert series, CUBA BEAT, sponsored by Baptist Health South Florida. The innovative series which begins on September 27th as part of the 2014-2015 season, will spotlight the best in Cuban music by celebrating diverse musical genres and its ...
May 23 2014
House Looks To Revamp Hospital Labor Deals
Florida
Under a proposal approved Thursday by a House committee as part of an all-inclusive health-care bill, the Miami-Dade County Commission could lose power to approve labor contracts with employees at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
April 23 2014
Miami cop accused of helping drug traffickers get guns, plot murder
Florida
Authorities say a Miami-Dade Police internal affairs lieutenant helped drug traffickers plot killings and get guns.
April 23 2014
Hundreds of children in need of volunteer child advocates in Duval County dependency court
Florida
In Duval County, 55.8 percent of dependent children in the program do not have a volunteer guardian ad litem. Only Miami-Dade County had a lower percentage of children in the program appointed to volunteers.
April 13 2014
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