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Proposed bills would give $1.9M to Florida man wrongly imprisoned for 38 years

By Rodrigo Paredes | August 22, 2021

By Jesse Scheckner, Florida Politics He was 14 years old when Miami-Dade prosecutors charged him twice for the same crime. For more than a decade, a Florida man who was tried twice for the same crime and imprisoned for nearly four decades has sought compensation from the state for the time he lost. He’ll get […]

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Kuehne To Receive Criminal Law Section’s Selig I. Goldin Award

By Rodrigo Paredes | June 7, 2021

By Jim Ash, Florida Bar News Miami attorney Ben Kuehne, dubbed the “Iron Lawyer” for his courtroom and Iron Man triathlon prowess, is the latest recipient of the Criminal Law Section’s highest honor, the Selig I. Goldin Award. The award is bitter-sweet for Kuehne, who prefers the title “lawyer” with Kuehne Davis Law, P.A. Kuehne […]

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FTL cops, mistaking Star Trek memorabilia for weaponry, used excessive force, suit says

By Rodrigo Paredes | April 7, 2021

By Christina Saint Louis, The Miami Herald Fort Lauderdale police officers violated civil rights law when they entered the home garage of two city residents and detained them with excessive force, brothers Raymond and Randall Purcell allege in a lawsuit filed Monday against the officers and the city. In depositions, the officers said they felt […]

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Gun Lobby Prevails on Appeal Against Broward County

By Rodrigo Paredes | March 29, 2021

By Jasmine Floyd, Daily Business Review A non profit gun lobby looking to strike down Broward’s weapons regulations is one step closer to achieving its goal, after Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal ruled against the county. And now attorney Michael T. Davis, counsel for plaintiff Florida Carry Inc. hopes for a repeal of the local ordinances, so there’s no […]

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Carollo wins appeal in dispute over $125K contract for Miami observation wheel firm

By Rodrigo Paredes | February 11, 2021

By Joey Flechas, Miami Herald An appeals court has ordered the dismissal of a lawsuit that accused Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo of breaching a 2016 consultant contract he had with a company behind the Skyviews Miami Observation Wheel. Carollo briefly worked with a Skyviews affiliate, Platinum Advisors, under a $125,000 contract before he successfully ran for office […]

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