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Ex-Miami Cop Gives Testimony For British Convicted Murderer

By Rodrigo Paredes | November 12, 2014

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – On Wednesday, an ex-Miami cop continued his testimony in defense of a convicted British murderer who insists he was framed by police. Michael Flynn told jurors on Monday that Krishna Maharaj was wrongfully implicated for a 1986 double murder at the Dupont Plaza Hotel in downtown Miami. According to Flynn, the Colombian […]

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Opening statements begin in trial of former Homestead mayor

By Rodrigo Paredes | September 16, 2014

HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Opening statements began Monday in the trial of former Homestead Mayor Steven Bateman. Bateman has pleaded not guilty following his August 2013 arrest on corruption charges. “We are thrilled that the day is here,” is all Bateman’s attorney would allow his client to say to reporters Monday. “We’ve waited a year to […]

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North Miami mayor’s business raided in ballot fraud case

By Rodrigo Paredes | November 1, 2013

NORTH MIAMI, Fla. – Police raided the business of North Miami Mayor Lucie Tondreau Friday morning as part of an investigation into absentee ballot fraud. Investigators from Miami-Dade police, Miami Beach police, and the state attorney’s office took computers and boxes of documents from Tondreau & Associates, a private-consulting firm, at 12895 W. Dixie Highway […]

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Former Aventura charter school principal wins $155 million award in lawsuit over firing

By Rodrigo Paredes | November 5, 2012

By Laura Isensee, Palm Beach Post The ousted principal of an Aventura charter school has won a $155 million award in a lawsuit claiming her firing was not only without cause, but ruined her health and career prospects. The verdict came late Friday after a month-long trial and years after Katherine Murphy lost her job […]

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Santeramo defense: “Organized labor is under assault”

By Rodrigo Paredes | July 11, 2012

This morning Pat Santeramo was in a jail jumpsuit at the Broward County Courthouse, where his Miami attorney, Ben Kuehne, argued for a reduction in his bond. But Broward Circuit Judge Michael Orlando kept the bond at $480,000 and the former Broward Teachers Union president will likely spend at least one more night in jail. […]

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