After locals were stung by the revelation that Miami leaders have known for two years that toxic ash is poisoning the Coconut Grove neighborhood surrounding its long-closed "Old Smokey" trash incinerator, city officials wasted little time last week confronting the latest environmental crisis. Just ... More >>
â€‹Back in 2007 University of Miami School of Law professor Donald Marvin Jones got popped for allegedly pulling over in his Mercedes Benz and offering an undercover cop $20 for some sex. Jones ended up suiting law blog, Above the Law, for making a few jokes about the thing. Well, guess what? Jones ... More >>
The best race in next Tuesday's judicial elections is a whopper.
Judge José E. Martinez ruled on a contentious case involving the Archdiocese of Miami. Problem is, he's a Eucharistic minister
Sean Taylor's felony charges have wrecked several lives, not to mention his pro football career
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What's a nice Jewish boy like Joe Weinberger doing in a nasty business like rap?
Is Darrin McGillis a noble crusader for his late sister's kids, or a courtroom junkie who thrives on drama? Both, actually.
Judge Cindy Lederman, champion of justice and advocate extraordinaire, bends the rules on the bench
He was supposed to turn up dead. His friend, attorney Robert Roth, was supposed to wrap up his affairs. Now they've ended up mortal enemies.
Attorney John Mattes led a crusade on behalf of lost commandos. Now he wants his millions.
Battling cancer, veteran pol Dante Fascell talks of war, Cuba, and a lifetime of putting Miami on the map
He managed to leave office without being indicted, which may explain why Miami Beach's former mayor feels free to unload on development, corruption, and the bad boys across the bay
Sam Thompson, hard-charging dean of the University of Miami's law school, has high hopes, strong opinions, and a tendency to attract trouble
For more than two decades Miami's Haitian Refugee Center was a beacon of hope and a force for justice. Today its director, Guy Victor, is struggling just to keep it afloat.
A beloved South Beach eccentric fell ill. Then her friends and relatives discovered she had hidden away millions. What does this have to do with Miami Beach? Plenty.
Miami's black community finally gets an honest shot at the county commission, and the scramble among candidates is on