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If I Am Pulled Over, Can Police Search My Car?

The Fourth Amendment protects you against unreasonable searches, which included your person, home or vehicle. However, you car is treated differently than your home or person, and is subject to less protection. If you are pulled over, even if it is for something like a broken light, anything illegal in your car that is in … Read more

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Bodies Found In Northeast Miami-Dade, North Miami Beach Being Investigated

NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA. – 2 dead bodies were found a few blocks away from each other; two police agencies are investigating the case. The killings happened in North Miami and North Miami Beach. On Friday, Miami-Dade Police was reported of a female dead body that was left in a motor vehicle with the engine running. … Read more

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Find out How Mexican Journalist Avoided Iphone Spyware Hack

WASHINGTON – Mysterious text messages had been popping up on Mexican investigative journalist Rafael Cabrera’s iPhone but he didn’t take the bait. The messages contained links which if clicked upon, would have turned his phone into a surveillance tool, similar to a digital ankle bracelet, that would transmit his every move, email, and contact list entries. … Read more

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Texas District Judge Elizabeth E. Coker Resigns After Being Caught Texting Instructions to Prosecutors to Help Win Convictions

Texas district Judge Elizabeth E. Coker stepped down from the bench after she was found engaging in a massive act of distortion of justice. It was found that Corker was texting instructions to prosecutors suggesting ways on how they can secure a conviction at court. According to a voluntary agreement with the State Commission on … Read more

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Manager Of Miami-Dade Storage Facility Found Dead Inside Building

SOUTH MIAMI-DADE, FLA. – On Friday morning, a woman who had the responsibility to handle a storage facility in South Miami-Dade was found dead inside the building. The case is under investigation. On Thursday at about 6:30 a.m., a concerned individual reported to the police that the woman had not got back home after closing the … Read more

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Supreme Court Eases Rules For Illegal Stops

WASHINGTON – On Monday, in a 5-3 ruling, the Supreme Court relaxed the so-called exclusionary rule by giving police more power to stop people on the streets and question them. The decision gives police more leeway to stop pedestrians and “fish for evidence,” even if they have done nothing wrong. The 5-3 ruling also upheld the … Read more

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Two Alligators Found Feasting On Human Remains In Broward Canal

On Monday, cops received a call about a dead body that 2 alligators were eating in a canal on the edge of Everglades. When the cops arrived at the spot, they found 2 alligators eating a dead body. The dead individual was not identified. It is also not clear if the corpse was of a … Read more

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2 teenage boys arrested in theft of Miami-Dade police cruiser

On Thursday, 2 teenage boys were taken into custody after a Miami-Dade police cruiser got stolen. On 25th of April, the vehicle was reported stolen from the officer’s home in the area of Southwest 276th Street and 167th Avenue. The next day when it was reported stolen, it was found submerged in a lake in … Read more

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Central Florida Teen Sentenced to Life in Prison for Florida Crime Spree

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – 18-year-old Konrad Schafer of central Florida was sentenced to life imprisonment for his involvement in a 15-day shooting spree that also included a fatal robbery. The sentencing was passed Friday by a judge who ordered two consecutive life terms. In January, Schafer pleaded guilty to two adult counts of first degree murder. According … Read more

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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Florida Death Sentence As Unconstitutional

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the process used to condemn a death row inmate in Florida was unconstitutional. The ruling was passed Tuesday. The reason behind the ruling is that a judge is the final arbiter of fact in sentencing, rather than a jury. This opens the door to further challenge death penalty cases … Read more

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