More Videos

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams 2:06

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams

Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez 1:31

Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez

Members of the UM defensive talk about turnovers and turnover chain 3:06

Members of the UM defensive talk about turnovers and turnover chain

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium 0:14

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

Puerto Rico asks for $94 billion from Congress 2:05

Puerto Rico asks for $94 billion from Congress

Man taken into custody after tussle with federal officer at MIA (caution graphic language) 1:19

Man taken into custody after tussle with federal officer at MIA (caution graphic language)

Trump’s transit chief: ‘Resources are an issue.’ 1:48

Trump’s transit chief: ‘Resources are an issue.’

Cleanup after Hurricane Irma continues in Coral Gables 0:50

Cleanup after Hurricane Irma continues in Coral Gables

Surgery resident moves from operating room to the streets for Irma debris removal  0:49

Surgery resident moves from operating room to the streets for Irma debris removal

  • Lawyer talks about investigation into his pants catching fire during arson trial

    Prosecutors will get more time to investigate Stephen Gutierrez, the Miami lawyer whose pants burst into flames during an arson trial, while the judge suggested the man’s client may need to get a new attorney.

Prosecutors will get more time to investigate Stephen Gutierrez, the Miami lawyer whose pants burst into flames during an arson trial, while the judge suggested the man’s client may need to get a new attorney. David Ovalle dovalle@miamiherald.com
Prosecutors will get more time to investigate Stephen Gutierrez, the Miami lawyer whose pants burst into flames during an arson trial, while the judge suggested the man’s client may need to get a new attorney. David Ovalle dovalle@miamiherald.com

Miami lawyer whose pants caught on fire during arson trial may be off the case

March 15, 2017 12:03 PM

UPDATED March 15, 2017 04:41 PM

More Videos

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams 2:06

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams

Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez 1:31

Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez

Members of the UM defensive talk about turnovers and turnover chain 3:06

Members of the UM defensive talk about turnovers and turnover chain

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium 0:14

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

Puerto Rico asks for $94 billion from Congress 2:05

Puerto Rico asks for $94 billion from Congress

Man taken into custody after tussle with federal officer at MIA (caution graphic language) 1:19

Man taken into custody after tussle with federal officer at MIA (caution graphic language)

Trump’s transit chief: ‘Resources are an issue.’ 1:48

Trump’s transit chief: ‘Resources are an issue.’

Cleanup after Hurricane Irma continues in Coral Gables 0:50

Cleanup after Hurricane Irma continues in Coral Gables

Surgery resident moves from operating room to the streets for Irma debris removal  0:49

Surgery resident moves from operating room to the streets for Irma debris removal

  • Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez

    On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Francis Suarez is sworn in (while his wife, Gloria, holds the Bible) by Judge Robert Luck, right, during a public ceremony at City Hall. Mayor Francis had officially sworn in in an earlier private ceremony.