Connolly never pulled the trigger, but his information was the guiding hand that led to their deathsFormer FBI agent indicted in 1982 slaying May 05, 2005
This is a concentrated effort to get more leads, to try to get additional prosecutions, and with luck and blessings, we may be able to find RilyaCharges filed in case of missing girl Aug 19, 2004
There are a lot of laws that cover different varieties of fraud on the court. If that is in fact what happened we may be looking at potential chargesGirl's disappearance may be homicide May 03, 2002
They peeled back underneath the skin and found puncture wounds and that was the end of the caseMiami man cleared in dead cat case Nov 25, 2010
This small child's death, like a Greek tragedy, has utterly destroyed an entire familyMom pleads guilty to killing son Nov 02, 2010
Katherine Fernandez Rundle is the current State Attorney for Miami-Dade County in Florida, U.S.A.. She received her degree from the University of Cambridge Law School, England.
Prior to her appointment in 1993 she served as an Assistant State Attorney for 15 years. In her role as Chief Assistant, she acted as legal counsel to the Miami-Dade County Grand Jury and created the State's first domestic violence unit.
Fernandez Rundle helped write and pass the Florida Punishment Code, and was involved in the formation of Dade County's Drug Court, Truancy Intervention Program, and Juvenile Assessment Center.