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Blog Posts in May, 2014

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  • Four-day crackdown targeted prostitution and human trafficking
    Four-day crackdown targeted prostitution and human trafficking

    Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd is doing his best to become the Nation’s biggest self-promoter in the law enforcement. With his latest waste of taxpayer dollars, he’s decided to charge 97 people ...

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  • Broward judge arrested on DUI charge in courthouse parking lot
    Broward judge arrested on DUI charge in courthouse parking lot

    The Broward County Criminal court is a “buzz” with talk of the arrest of a third criminal division judge for suspected DUI. read more here : http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/broward/fl-judge-rosenthal ...

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  • Boynton cops Abuse Handcuffed Child
    Boynton cops Abuse Handcuffed Child

    Once again, South Florida police officers were caught on video physically abusing hand-cuffed “suspects”. This time, though, the “suspects” were two children who had been thrown off their school bus ...

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  • New arrest,Cuban Medicare money laundering
    New arrest,Cuban Medicare money laundering

    Any federal criminal lawyer in Miami can tell you that millions of dollars derived from illegal Medicare fraud winds up in Cuba. Given the sheer volume of ex-patriot Cubans living in South Florida ...

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  • High-tech thieves siphoning diesel fuel from South Florida gas stations
    High-tech thieves siphoning diesel fuel from South Florida gas stations

    It’s the criminal ingenuity of our locals that makes Miami such a great place to be a criminal defense lawyer. read more here: http://m.miamiherald.com/?cu=spreed%3A%2F16910329%2F34447632

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  • Prosecutor Seeks 30-Day Psychiatric Evaluation for Pistorius
    Prosecutor Seeks 30-Day Psychiatric Evaluation for Pistorius

    Oscar Pistorius, who remains in his never-ending trial accused of murdering his girlfriend, must now undergo a 30-day psychiatric evaluation as a result of a “general anxiety disorder.” A forensic ...

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