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Monthly Archives: November 2019

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There is a Warrant Out for My Arrest—What Do I Do Now?

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

An arrest warrant is an official legal document signed by a judge or a magistrate that authorizes law enforcement officers to arrest an individual. If there is a warrant out for your arrest, it is crucial that you take immediate action to protect your rights and your future. Here, our Miami arrest warrant attorneys… Read More »

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Miami-Dade County Drops Aggravated Assault Charges After a Security Video Exonerates an Innocent Man

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

According to reporting from CBS 4 Miami, aggravated assault charges have been dropped against a South Florida grandfather after a surveillance video was uncovered that exonerated him. Jorge Crusellas-Sotolongo, 52, was arrested on criminal assault charges in late September. He was detained for a day before the charges were eventually dropped. If Mr. Crusellas-Sotolongo… Read More »

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Four Flight Attendants Arrested on Money Laundering Charges in Miami

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According to reporting from NBC News, four flight attendants for American Airlines were detained and arrested on criminal charges at the Miami International Airport. The international based crew had just arrived on an overseas flight. Prosecutors are accusing them of money laundering and the unlawful smuggling of more than $20,000 into the United States…. Read More »

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