Miami-Dade County

June 21, 2013 8:00 AM

Miami judge holds Miccosukee Tribe responsible for paying $3.2 million judgment

In an unprecedented ruling, a Miami-Dade circuit judge held the Miccosukee Tribe responsible for paying a $3.2 million judgment to a father and son who won a wrongful-death car-crash case against two tribe members.

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