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16 October

The Importance of Evidence In An Accident Case

A Miami police officer pleaded guilty to accepting bribes in exchange for giving \"pirate\" tow-truck operators information about crashes, according to recent reports. The 42-year-old officer admitted that he misused his position to take a total of $1,800 and a cell phone from towing businesses between April and June 2013. While a conviction for such an offense carries a prison term of up to 20 years, the officer

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05 October

Man Charged In Crash With Police Officer

A driver who hit a police officer, causing serious injuries, has now been charged with several crimes in connection with the accident, according to recent reports. Brandon Ward, 31, of Miramar, was charged with DUI with a blood alcohol content greater than .15 percent as well as serious bodily injury to another person. The accident, which took place on Pines Boulevard and Douglas Road, involved 43-year-old officer Ben Burke.

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21 September

Dolphin Expressway Accident Leads to Fatality

A dangerous crash shut down part of the Dolphin Expressway when a man was killed after apparently hitting a concrete wall, according to reports. The crash occurred on the westbound side between Northwest 12th and 17th Avenues on State Road 836. The victim was driving a compact car when he struck a concrete wall, ejecting him and throwing him to the other side of the highway. A semi driver

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09 September

South Florida Man Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison for Deadly Crash

According to recent reports, a South Florida man was sentenced to 30 years in prison for a crash he caused on Interstate 95 which left five people dead. The defendant, Jabari Kemp, 23, was convicted of vehicular homicide and sentenced to six years in prison for each victim by a Palm Beach County judge. The judge ordered that the sentences run consecutively. Police state that Kemp was speeding on

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