Law & Justice

June 26, 2020

CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Allowing a dozen or so protests in Coral Springs over the killing of George Floyd and other African-Americans at the hands of police officers. Forming a task force in which Coral Springs police administrators, police union officials, community leaders, and others can review ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – A change in Florida law for prescription pill drug-trafficking offenses led the Broward State Attorney’s Office on Thursday to recommend reducing prison sentences for 21 people who are serving terms of 15, 25 and 20 years – including a Coral Springs man. Seeram Boodram, 37, ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Since the killing of George Floyd set off demonstrations across the nation in late May, Coral Springs has had about a dozen protests – all of them peaceful without any problems other than a few large crowds pouring into busy streets, City Manager Frank Babinec said ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Flanked by police officers, hundreds came together Tuesday in the heart of downtown Coral Springs to shout civil rights chants, bang on drums, hold up signs, and find strength as a group demanding justice for the death of George Floyd and other African-Americans in recent ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Organizers of a planned protest set for Tuesday afternoon in downtown Coral Springs are young people from Coral Springs who are first-generation Americans from Pakistan, with one clear goal: inspiring all ages to stand up to injustice. Mahek Manjiani, 19, and Shayan Shivji, ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – After social media provocateurs threatened to bring masses to Coral Springs and create havoc in the streets, the Coral Springs police chief responded Monday that his department is prepared to keep the city safe in the wake of protests sweeping the nation following the death of ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Someone asked me if we would allow a peaceful protest in honor of George Floyd in Coral Springs. OF COURSE we should and would. What happened to Mr. Floyd is reprehensible and horrific. No young black man should be afraid to jog. No young black Woman should be afraid to ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL - What does it mean when a Black person says they are tired? It doesn't mean that they are ready to go to sleep. It doesn't mean that they want to sit down. It means that they are tired of being treated like a second class citizen. They are tired of being taught about ...

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An elderly man held at Broward County Jail died this week after testing positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), Broward Sheriff’s Office said. The inmate was hospitalized at Northwest Medical Center in Margate, where he was tested for coronavirus, confirmed positive on April 1, and died on Tuesday.

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