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Blog Posts in September, 2009

Three Miami residents were sentenced in federal court for defrauding illegal aliens out of almost a half million dollars. The three defendants were under indictment for stealing money paid by illeg...

Posted on Sep 30, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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For years, Miami and South Florida jails were filled with defendants a charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana. Other defendants were charged with sale of cocaine or sale of ...

Posted on Sep 29, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A Miami-Dade County judge took himself off a case which stems from a sexual assault which allegedly occurred at a Miami High School back in 2006. The Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office charg...

Posted on Sep 25, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Miami is no longer the only stepping off point for Latin American drug cartels. Latin American cocaine trafficking cartels have set up shop in the western region of Africa. Officials from the Drug ...

Posted on Sep 24, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Another day, another Miami Medicare fraud defendant is sentenced in federal court. Every day the Miami Herald publishes another article regarding on the ongoing indictments, pleas and sentencing he...

Posted on Sep 23, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Oral arguments were heard in Miami, on Wednesday, September 23, 2009, before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal. Federal prosecutors argued that a money laundering conspiracy count charged by the pro...

Posted on Sep 23, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A defendant in the murder case of nine-year old Sherdavia Jenkins decided at the last minute to enter a guilty plea to a reduced sentence in exchange for testimony against his co-defendant. Leroy L...

Posted on Sep 21, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Several students from Miami schools were arrested on weapons possession charges. The arrests follow from the homicide committed at Coral Gables High School last week. Anthony Rodriguez, of Miami, w...

Posted on Sep 18, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A noted Miami fraud investigator known for his expert opinion on Miami fraud and white collar crimes (i.e., mail fraud, wire fraud, racketeering (RICO), tax fraud and other organized scheme to defr...

Posted on Sep 17, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Agents from the Drug Enforcement Agency arrested 21 people in Puerto Rico and one person in Miami for their involvement in a massive Puerto Rico to Miami cocaine trafficking ring. Two defendants re...

Posted on Sep 16, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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In Miami federal court, a former U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent was indicted on cocaine trafficking charges. The indictment also alleges that he sold information about law enforceme...

Posted on Sep 15, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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The former chief of the Miami Drug Enforcement Agency ("DEA") Office surrendered to federal agents and found himself in court for his involvement in the Allen Stanford financial scheme to defraud. ...

Posted on Sep 14, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Federal authorities arrested Beau Diamond for charges including money laundering and wire fraud. It is alleged that Diamond engaged in a fraudulent and elaborate "Ponzi" scheme while conducting bus...

Posted on Sep 11, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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In federal court, a Miami computer hacker responsible for the largest case of identity theft and credit card fraud, plead guilty and will serve up to 25 years in prison. Albert Gonzalez, of Miami, ...

Posted on Sep 10, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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