School fight caught on camera MIAMI LAKES, Fla. – The attorney representing a high school senior accused of stabbing another student during a fight says cellphone video proves his client was acting in self-defense. WATCH: Cellphone video captures fight “You’ve got a student lying in wait to attack another student,” said defense attorney Frank Gaviria.… Continue reading School fight caught on camera
Cops took $22 million cash stuffed in buckets from his home. But he won’t lose it all. The Miami Lakes man found with $22 million in suspected marijuana cash stuffed in orange buckets inside his house pleaded guilty Wednesday — but he won’t be losing all his money to the feds. Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez agreed to… Continue reading Cops took $22 million cash stuffed in buckets from his home. But he won’t lose it all.
Law360, Miami (July 20, 2017, 9:51 PM EDT) — A federal judge in Miami has sentenced the last of 10 South Florida assisted living facility owners charged last year for conspiring with a local pharmacy to defraud Medicare and Medicaid, according to the U.S. Department of Justice and court records. U.S. District Judge Marcia G.… Continue reading 10th Sentence Handed Down In Fla. Health Care Fraud Case
Miguel Horacio Gómez Achicue, identified in Colombian news reports as a judge in Cali, was arraigned in Miami federal court last week and pleaded not guilty in a case involving the shipment of parts for AR-15 rifles. The next step is the trial, which has not been scheduled yet. The case attracted renewed attention after… Continue reading Man identified as Colombian judge accused in arms-shipment case in Miami
Miami man who hid $22.6 million cash in Home Depot buckets faces federal charges The man found with $22.6 million in suspected marijuana cash stuffed in buckets inside his Miami Lakes home wants to start his trial in state court next month. Uncle Sam, however, wants him first. A federal grand jury has indicted Luis… Continue reading Miami man who hid $22.6 million cash in Home Depot buckets faces federal charges
$22 million cash hidden in buckets is all legit, defense lawyers say The Miami Lakes man who had $22.6 million cash stuffed in buckets inside a secret room says the money is all legit — earned from sales of equipment to legal marijuana growers in other states. Lawyers for Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez offered their defense in… Continue reading $22 million cash hidden in buckets is all legit, defense lawyers say
Fla. man faces charges in heist from truck headed for Mass. A Florida man orchestrated the heist of gold bars worth millions of dollars from a tractor trailer headed to Massachusetts last year by hatching an elaborate plan to force the crew to pull over in North Carolina, authorities said in court papers. The allegations… Continue reading Fla. man faces charges in heist from truck headed for Mass.
Woman Facing Aggravated Manslaughter Charge in Son’s Death Held Without Bond A mother charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child in the death of her 11-month-old son was ordered held without bond Saturday. Miami-Dade Judge Andrew Hague ordered Catalina Marista Bruno, 30, held on no bond in connection with a previous case involving her son.… Continue reading Woman Facing Aggravated Manslaughter Charge in Son’s Death Held Without Bond
Supreme Court Overturns Mandatory Life W/Out Parole For Juveniles WASHINGTON (CBSMiami) – Lost amidst the hubbub of the Supreme Court’s docket on Monday was a key ruling dealing with how severe of a punishment a juvenile offender could be given. The high court ruled that laws which require juveniles convicted of murder to be sentenced… Continue reading Supreme Court Overturns Mandatory Life W/Out Parole For Juveniles
State: Assault Charges Dropped In Goleman High Stabbing MIAMI (CBS4) – Miami-Dade prosecutors dropped assault and weapons charges Monday morning against Frank Acosta, the Barbara Goleman High School student who stabbed a fellow student he claimed attacked him. Acosta said he was the victim of bullying, and video taken at the time of the stabbing… Continue reading State: Assault Charges Dropped In Goleman High Stabbing