Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi, flanked by his attorneys Benedict Kuehne and Ed Shohat, reacts outside the Miami federal courthouse in August after being found not guilty of accepting payoffs.
Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi, flanked by his attorneys Benedict Kuehne and Ed Shohat, reacts outside the Miami federal courthouse in August after being found not guilty of accepting payoffs. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi, flanked by his attorneys Benedict Kuehne and Ed Shohat, reacts outside the Miami federal courthouse in August after being found not guilty of accepting payoffs. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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