Miami and cocaine are inextricably linked. (Refer to Cocaine Cowboys if you’re unsure why). And on this day in Miami history, the two appeared in a news story that was indelibly inked. On July 28, 1990 (*some reports show July 26, but History.com shows July 28), Maximo Menendez fell into a coma (and later died)...Read More
President Obama will forever be remembered as the “first” to do many things. And with his recent visit to a federal prison in Oklahoma, he added to that list by becoming the first sitting president to make such a trip–no, not to El Reno Correctional Institution specifically (although that’s true too), but rather, to any...Read More
RawStory.com printed a story today about two former police officers with the Chicago Police Department who, among other things, took a photograph of a black, male suspect wearing deer antlers as if he was a hunting trophy. “The Polaroid picture, believed to be taken between 1999 and 2003, was turned over to the city by...Read More
The Miami Beach Police Department isn’t always in the news for positive reasons. And as a Criminal Defense Lawyer, I’m not really sure whether this new story is a positive or a negative just yet. According to a recent Miami Herald article, by the end of this month, at least 30 Miami Beach Police Officers...Read More
I fancy myself a documentary-film aficionado. When the subject matter is criminal law, it’s a true win-win. Last week, I had occasion to see a newly-released HBO documentary titled, “Thought Crimes: The Case of the Cannibal Cop.” It was fascinating. For those of you who didn’t see it, I suggest you watch it. It centered...Read More
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