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Miami (September 22, 2014) “ Today Dade County jurors once again confirmed that, as a community, we will not tolerate public corruption. After listening to a week of testimony, these citizens quickly came to a conclusion that the law was broken. I am proud of the work done by Assistant State Attorney Isis Perez, who with our crime fighting team from the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics, worked to gather the evidence to make this conviction possible. As I have said before, we can win the fight against corruption, but it takes a partnership between committed citizens and law enforcement to get the job done. This case had exactly that partnership.


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