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Fireworks may soon be legal in Miami

Fireworks may soon be legal in Miami

MIAMI — Fireworks may be legal again in Miami by this year's Independence Day holiday. The Miami City Council is considering passing an ordinance …
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Greenberg Traurig's Iris Escarra Named Co-Chair of the Miami Office's Land Development Practice …

Iris Escarra, a shareholder in the Miami office of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, has been named Co-Chair of the Miami office's Land …
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Rich man's accusers press to reopen sex abuse case

… a University of Utah law professor who is representing the two women. The U.S. attorney's office in Miami would not comment. But the U.S. attorney …
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Miami No. 3 Among Nation's Most Stressed Out Cities

Miami No. 3 Among Nation's Most Stressed Out Cities

MIAMI – APRIL 22: The city of Miami skyline seen from the ocean on April 22, 2009 in Miami, Florida. Though it is hard for law enforcement officers to …
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Company concedes dirty money 'contaminated' remittances to Cuba

… in the United States but added that the money from the Miami remittance company has “contaminated” its own legal transfers of money to the island.
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Greenberg Traurig's Porpoise Evans Selected as a Fellow for The Florida Bar's Wm. Reece Smith …

Porpoise Evans, a shareholder in the Litigation Practice at the Miami office of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, has been selected to join the …
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North Miami fights MOCA suit

North Miami fights MOCA suit

Abbey Kaplan, a partner at the Miami law firm Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, which filed the board's lawsuit, called the city's accusations …
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Miami Projected to Become Technology Hub

He concentrates his practice in the areas of securities law, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate law. Mr. Schubauer represents public and …
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Assault charges likely in Florida terror case

AP Legal Affairs WriterMay 9, 2014 Updated 19 minutes ago … MIAMI — A federal prosecutor says new charges are likely for two brothers in a South …
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Another MAIG member in trouble with the law faces wire fraud charges

Another MAIG member in trouble with the law faces wire fraud charges

An arraignment for North Miami Mayor Lucie Tondreau, a member of … Tondreau is not the first member of the anti-gun MAIG to land in legal hot water.
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Miami County Judge Gutmann survives legal challenge

A Troy law firm's request to disqualify Miami County Municipal Judge Elizabeth Gutmann from hearing cases involving the firm has failed, a judge has …
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North Miami Takes Action Against Museum of Contemporary Art in Custody Battle

The city is calling MOCA's suit to move some of its artwork and spread it out across South Florida “legally deficient.” “We're not going to let anybody …
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Police called to Miami house after shots fired

Police called to Miami house after shots fired

NOW MALL SECURITY HAS ALSO STEPPED UP THEIR PRESENCE. A SWAT SITUATION AT A NORTHWEST MIAMI DADE HOME AFTER AN …
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An Interview with Miami Law Professor Michele DeStefano … – University of Miami | School of Law

An Interview with Miami Law Professor Michele DeStefano … – University of Miami | School of Law

LawWithoutWalls (LWOW), devised and led by Miami Law Professor Michele DeStefano aims to develop in its students the skills necessary to provide …
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Miami Law Moot Court Team Finishes in Top 4% at the … – University of Miami | School of Law

“Quite frankly, it was impossible for us not to have been successful given the amount of support we received from Miami Law's incredible faculty, …
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Former Rep. Rivera seeks to retake US House seat

AP Legal Affairs WriterMay 2, 2014 Updated 47 minutes ago … the southwest Miami area to Key West and includes much of Everglades National Park.
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Justin Bieber Sued For More Bodyguard Violence Against Paparazzo

Justin Bieber Sued For More Bodyguard Violence Against Paparazzo

Manuel Munoz, the photographer in question, says that on the night Justin was busted for DUI, he was taking pictures outside of Miami's SET …
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Venezuelan college students call for sanctions amid violence

SO FAR MORE THAN 40 PEOPLE HAVE DIED IN THE VIOLENCE. AND SHORTLY BEFORE CATCHING A FLIGHT FROM MIAMI BACK TO …
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I died an embarrassing amount in Hotline Miami 2

Anyone that has even the slightest bit of familiarity with Hotline Miami knows what defines it. The neon-swathed visuals, the gratuitous violence, the …
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'Pimp forced Aust women into prostitution'

'Pimp forced Aust women into prostitution'

A Jamaican man accused of being a violent pimp who forced women into prostitution in Australia, including taking one to Dubai and Miami where he …
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UN signals concern over renewed violence in Venezuela

The U.N. is concerned about renewed violence and mass detentions in … Venezuela protesters demonstrate in Miami, Florida, March 7, 2014.
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Adam Project Organizing Block Parties 4 Peace Following Recent Violence

DAYTON — Adam Project officials are calling for more communications and cooperation between Miami Valley residents and police following what …
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Legend of phosphate pits true: huge bass there for the taking

Legend of phosphate pits true: huge bass there for the taking

MIAMI — Back in the day, if you wanted to fish for large and stupid black bass in one of Central Florida's private phosphate pits, you had to be: 1) the …
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Chinese fishermen airlifted to San Diego burn unit – WSVN-TV – 7NEWS Miami Ft. Lauderdale …

SAN DIEGO (AP) – U.S. Air Force rescuers on Monday hoisted two badly burned Chinese fishermen from a Venezuelan boat hundreds of miles off …
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Carmelo Anthony is spending his time shark fishing

Instead, he's spending his time on the open water, fishing for sharks. Well, he's not just fishing for sharks, he's actually catching them. Anthony posted …
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Court: Fla. discrimination law covers pregnancy

Court: Fla. discrimination law covers pregnancy

Although federal law is explicit in its protection of pregnant women, state … Delva initially filed her case in Miami-Dade County, where the court also …
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Court hears Fla. case on tracking suspect phones

AP Legal Affairs WriterApril 25, 2014 Updated 32 minutes ago … MIAMI — A federal appeals court in South Florida is considering whether …
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Fla. man convicted of murdering newlywed wife for $1M life insurance policy

Escoto's legal adviser, Terry Lenamon, told CBS Miami that it was Escoto's decision to represent himself throughout his trial that failed him …
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