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Miami Attorney Says Immigration Officer Mocked Client With Down Syndrome

3 months ago by Alexi C. Cardona
In early August, North Miami immigration attorney Jill Grucan accompanied one of her clients to an interview for his application for U.S. citizenship. Her client, a 54-year-old with Down syndrome, was born in Venezuela to Cuban parents and became a permanent U.S. resident in 2015.
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Rundle Challenger Wants to End Cash Bail and Hold Cops Accountable

7 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Pearson has stated repeatedly she wants to scale back many of the harsh prosecutorial tactics left over from the drug-war era.
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Ban on Local Sunscreen Laws Speeds Through Florida Senate

4 days ago by Manuel Madrid
Sunscreen manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and trade groups representing retail stores have backed Bradley's bill.
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Miami Cops Make Nearly $20 Million a Year in Shady Overtime Security Jobs

12 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Extra-duty work is an extremely lucrative business for Miami cops.
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The 15 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

12 days ago by Douglas Markowitz
Thursday, January 9 Forget eight nights of presents: Try two weeks of cinema. Taking place at theaters, synagogues, and community centers across greater town, the Miami Jewish Film Festival will show dozens of new films and documentaries on the Jewish experience alongside classics such as Casablanca, Amadeus, and The Cabinet...
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Miami Now One of the Worst Places in the U.S. for Asylum Seekers

14 days ago by Manuel Madrid
Trump and his appointees have gleefully dismantled the U.S. asylum system.
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Feds Accuse Miami Financier and College-Bribery Defendant of Running DMV Scam Website

14 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
The FTC says Miami investor Robert Zangrillo's companies gamed Google search results to extract personal data.
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Ex-Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to Reportedly Join Trump White House

2 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
In 2013, then-Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced she wouldn't bring criminal or civil charges against Trump University, the online for-profit so-called college Donald Trump founded that did not actually offer university courses and was long accused of being a scam designed to defraud vulnerable people looking to get ahead.
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Miami's Main Federal Prison Again Cited for Mold Outbreaks

25 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Inmates and workers inside Miami's main federal prison remain trapped in a mold-infested hell.
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Dirty Dozen 2019: Miami's Most Dastardly Scoundrels

27 days ago by Miami New Times staff
This year has been, shall we say, a wild ride. In 2019, we sweated through one of the hottest years on record, met Baby Yoda, and watched Congress lurch through the fourth presidential impeachment in U.S. history. Game of Thrones ended, Michael Jackson was officially canceled, and the U.S. women's...

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