Raquel Regalado, far left, watches as her lawyer, Peter Gonzalez, standing, questions Carolina Lopez, deputy elections supervisor for Miami-Dade County, Saturday during a hastily arranged deposition on Regalado’s lawsuit against county Mayor Carlos Gimenez over alleged flaws in his qualifying check submitted in June. Seated to Regalado’s left is another attorney representing her, James Kellner.
Raquel Regalado, far left, watches as her lawyer, Peter Gonzalez, standing, questions Carolina Lopez, deputy elections supervisor for Miami-Dade County, Saturday during a hastily arranged deposition on Regalado’s lawsuit against county Mayor Carlos Gimenez over alleged flaws in his qualifying check submitted in June. Seated to Regalado’s left is another attorney representing her, James Kellner. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS
Raquel Regalado, far left, watches as her lawyer, Peter Gonzalez, standing, questions Carolina Lopez, deputy elections supervisor for Miami-Dade County, Saturday during a hastily arranged deposition on Regalado’s lawsuit against county Mayor Carlos Gimenez over alleged flaws in his qualifying check submitted in June. Seated to Regalado’s left is another attorney representing her, James Kellner. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS

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