How to get pot from the feds and smoke under the DEA's nose.
Miami-Dade CorrectionsGuilty: Joe Losada and Daniel FernandezFive years ago, on January 12, Miami-Dade police plain clothes detectives Daniel Fernandez and Joe Losada were arrested by internal affairs officers for allegedly planting evidence, falsifying an arrest affidavit, stealing money, and ph ... More >>
The biggest identity theft case ever. Right here in Miami.
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A prison stay and bankruptcy can't keep him down.
The steroid scandal keeps injecting Palm Beach County.
Paul Brandreth didn't want to murder anybody. Or did he?
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Donna Weaver learns the name of her husband's killer -- or maybe not
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Internet broadcasting allows the Smut Doctors to wallow in pure porn -- at least for now
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At Miami-Dade County's Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the answer would be No
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Despite a history of corruption in its north district substation, the Miami Police Department won't get tough with its own cops
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Nate Brooks goes from gangsta to athlete to rapper -- and wonders what's next
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Attorney Russell Carbone played dirty. How dirty? Try conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and perjury.
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Under federal scrutiny for alleged money laundering, Falcons receiver Tony Martin lends new meaning to the term "dirty bird"
Robert Dowd is a veteran, a Southern Baptist, a Republican ... and a staunch supporter of legalizing drugs
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The Bahamas. A feast of sun, fun, and upscale resorts, right? Try adding murder to the mix, toss in a dubious justice system, and spread over a teeming underclass.
The feds suspect that Tony Martin, Miami native and NFL star, helped his childhood pal launder drug proceeds
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As faith in the revolution sinks to new lows, kids in Cuba are getting high
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