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  • Marissa Alexander will get a new trial
    Marissa Alexander will get a new trial

    Marissa Alexander, the African-American woman who was sentenced to 20 years for discharging a firearm in Florida despite pleading Stand Your Ground against her husband, will get a new trial. ...

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  • Holder Proposes Changes in Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Certain Drug Offenses
    Holder Proposes Changes in Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Certain Drug Offenses

    Attorney General Eric Holder approved major changes in the manner in which Assistant United States Attorneys decide to prosecute Defendants charged with certain drug offenses carrying ...

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  • Missouri man accused of infecting partner, maybe 300 more, with HIV
    Missouri man accused of infecting partner, maybe 300 more, with HIV

    By Carey Gillam Thu Sep 5, 2013 7:13pm EDT A Missouri man was arraigned Thursday on charges that he recklessly infected a sexual partner with the virus that causes AIDS, and a prosecutor said he ...

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  • Miami Criminal Attorney Paul Petruzzi gets all Charges Dismissed in STATE OF FLORIDA vs. AH Case
    Miami Criminal Attorney Paul Petruzzi gets all Charges Dismissed in STATE OF FLORIDA vs. AH Case

    The defendant, a supervisor at Miami International Airport, was arrested by Metro-Dade Police Department. As a result of a significant pattern of thefts from commercial aircraft and an anonymous tip, ...

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  • Miami Federal Attorney Paul Petruzzi gets a dismissal in UNITED STATES vs. YASSER ARAUZ Case
    Miami Federal Attorney Paul Petruzzi gets a dismissal in UNITED STATES vs. YASSER ARAUZ Case

    Mr. Arauz was arrested by United States Customs at Miami International Airport after nearly $100,000 in cash was discovered in his luggage. As a result of his statements to Customs and Border Security ...

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