Fan Ayisyen nan Miyami (Hiatian Women of Miami) Executive Director Marleine Bastien, left, stands next to Marie Carole Jeune, mother of a 21-year-old Hiatian detainee at a news conference on Monday, Oct. 10, 2016.
Fan Ayisyen nan Miyami (Hiatian Women of Miami) Executive Director Marleine Bastien, left, stands next to Marie Carole Jeune, mother of a 21-year-old Hiatian detainee at a news conference on Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. Cresonia Hsieh chsieh@miamiherald.com
Fan Ayisyen nan Miyami (Hiatian Women of Miami) Executive Director Marleine Bastien, left, stands next to Marie Carole Jeune, mother of a 21-year-old Hiatian detainee at a news conference on Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. Cresonia Hsieh chsieh@miamiherald.com

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    Judge Thomas Rebull ruled in Joe Carollo’s favor Monday, allowing him to keep his Miami City Commission seat, after a lawsuit brought by Carollo’s political opponent, Alfonso “Alfie” Leon. The suit alleged Carollo did not reside in his West Brickell apartment for the required amount of time before qualifying for the election in November 2017. In that election, voters chose Carollo over Leon to represent them in District 3.