Miami-Dade Pretrial Detention CenterDale Picardat isn't your typical jailbird. The slight, bespectacled 53-year-old has zero criminal record, a degree from Michigan State University, and about as much street cred as a granny with a walker. But he ended up at the Miami-Dade Pretrial Detention Cent ... More >>
Violence leads to jailer.
Arrested for nothing, Amanda Jessup spiraled out of control in county lockup.
For those left behind after the brutal murder of fourteen-year-old Jaime Gough, the emotional lockdown lingers
Miami-Dade Corrections officers think a new uniform code discriminates against black men
County jail officials finally decide to get serious about a highly contagious disease
A rash of grotesque and dangerous staph infections among inmates gets no action from jail officials
Parking -- that's right, parking
A new report finds that Miami-Dade jailers have low morale, high overtime pay, and laughable oversight
When he was booked into the Dade County Jail, Earl Cole was a sick man. Not for long.
Being thrown in jail was supposed to bring down the curtain on Miami drug lords Willy Falc and Sal Magluta. But there was an encore: Death threats, clandestine cameras, illegal searches, and major security violations.
In a Dade jail, a TV tabloid show films a murder confession. In a Dade court, the First Amendment squares off against the Sixth Amendment.