Miami-Dade County

June 17, 2014 12:15 PM

Miami’s Gayles confirmed as first openly gay black male judge on federal bench

Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Darrin P. Gayles reached an American milestone Tuesday when the U.S. Senate confirmed him as a federal judge, making Gayles the first openly gay black male jurist to sit on the bench.

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